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estragand Summer sausage Since: 18.6.02 Since last post: 2865 days Last activity: 2865 days
AIM: # 1 Posted on 15.7.04 1301.01 | Instant Rating: 5.40 Does anyone have any experience with the legalities of businesses seeling their products on eBay? Specifically, If a business wanted to sell re-furbished or used products with no bidding, just the "Buy it Now" price, would that create a problem? As long as the business keeps all the necessary info for tax pruposes, I don't see how it could be trouble. But feel free to enlighten me... thanks, I'll hang up and listen. -ES Visit ES online- it's "Internet Entertainment"! Promote this thread!
Matt Tracker Scrapple Since: 8.5.03 From: North Carolina Since last post: 3 days Last activity: 1 day # 2 Posted on 15.7.04 1326.54 | Instant Rating: 5.96 Check out Ebay Stores. It's for folks who offer products and services through the eBay site. "To be the man, you gotta beat demands." -- The Lovely Mrs. Tracker
Zeruel Thirty Millionth Hit Moderator Since: 2.1.02 From: The Silver Spring in the Land of Mary. Since last post: 16 days Last activity: 4 days # 3 Posted on 15.7.04 1419.10 | Instant Rating: 4.05 You will have to check the tax laws for your state. Some states require the collection of sales tax if you sell mail order to people in your state.
BigVitoMark Lap cheong Since: 10.8.02 From: Queen's University, Canada Since last post: 3687 days Last activity: 3596 days
ICQ: # 4 Posted on 15.7.04 1551.33 | Instant Rating: 5.25 Yes, I think Zeruel said is the only catch. I've ordered from businesses via eBay in the past, so I know they're out there. Some will include a "XX residents include X% sales tax" bit in their auction. As long as you do that, you should be OK. The beatings will continue until morale improves.
Zeruel Thirty Millionth Hit Moderator Since: 2.1.02 From: The Silver Spring in the Land of Mary. Since last post: 16 days Last activity: 4 days # 5 Posted on 15.7.04 1646.05 | Instant Rating: 4.05 Technically it's not a catch. In my Accounting 220 class, the prof said that if you collect the tax or not, the seller is responsible for it and will be required to pay the state for it. It only makes sense to pass that cost on to the customer
Guru Zim SQL Dejection Administrator Since: 9.12.01 From: Bay City, OR Since last post: 14 days Last activity: 28 min. # 6 Posted on 15.7.04 1725.21 | Instant Rating: 8.81
Consult a lawyer or a state official. (edited by Guru Zim on 15.7.04 1530) Willful ignorance of science is not commendable. Refusing to learn the difference between a credible source and a shill is criminally stupid.
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