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post #2146 of 4912
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Originally Posted by scamster View Post

true words but why doesn't any usa online store never deduct vat if you're an overseas customer?

Uh, who says they don't? Epaulet and Howard Yount both don't charge taxes for Canadian customers, and all the Canadian stores I've checked don't charge for US customers.
post #2147 of 4912
ok I give you that but I should I have said north american stores for eu customers.
post #2148 of 4912
huh? the u.s. doesnt have a vat tax....
post #2149 of 4912
Concrete is pretty fuggin dope.
post #2150 of 4912
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Originally Posted by nets860 View Post

huh? the u.s. doesnt have a vat tax....

I'm pretty sure you guys have sales tax, which is the same thing.
post #2151 of 4912
Our sales tax is 9% not 20 and that is only for in state purchases.
post #2152 of 4912
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Originally Posted by jet View Post

Our sales tax is 9% not 20 and that is only for in state purchases.

I said same thing, not same amount wink.gif

The european sales tax is different from country to country (and in some countries from product to product) and it gets charged in the country you buy it from, the highest is 25%.
post #2153 of 4912
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Originally Posted by Find Finn View Post

I said same thing, not same amount wink.gif
The european sales tax is different from country to country (and in some countries from product to product) and it gets charged in the country you buy it from, the highest is 25%.

The other thing is that US sales tax is not included in price, it gets tacked on at purchase. If you're ordering online from any US store, you're not paying any tax
post #2154 of 4912
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Originally Posted by stevent View Post


The other thing is that US sales tax is not included in price, it gets tacked on at purchase. If you're ordering online from any US store, you're not paying any tax

Not true, there's many sites where I had to pay tax for the stuff i was buying.

post #2155 of 4912
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Originally Posted by Wade View Post

Not true, there's many sites where I had to pay tax for the stuff i was buying.

Which site? I find this pretty hard to believe
post #2156 of 4912

Supreme, Epaulet (these 2 are because I'm from NY)

 

I believe Nordstrom and Allen Edmond charged me tax also and there were a few others I can't remember right now.

post #2157 of 4912
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Originally Posted by Wade View Post

Supreme, Epaulet (these 2 are because I'm from NY)

I believe Nordstrom and Allen Edmond charged me tax also and there were a few others I can't remember right now.

Do you live in the US? If so that's expected, the whole discussion was talking about Europeans not getting VAT deducted in the US. Nordstrom / Allen Edmonds have retail stores in NY
post #2158 of 4912
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Originally Posted by Wade View Post

Supreme, Epaulet (these 2 are because I'm from NY)

I believe Nordstrom and Allen Edmond charged me tax also and there were a few others I can't remember right now.

the corner and yoox charge tax
(even if you don't live in NJ)
Edited by Meis - 10/29/12 at 8:33am
post #2159 of 4912
If you live in a state where the ecommerce business has an office, they are required to charge you sales tax on the transaction.
post #2160 of 4912
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Originally Posted by CodPiece View Post

If you live in a state where the ecommerce business has an office, they are required to charge you sales tax on the transaction.

This.
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