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Topic # 84129 25-May-2011 10:23
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Hi ,


I see that this company is listing  on Trademe but is based in Ozz. 

There is no info if the fones that they are selling include NZ GST or not and when I asked the question they never answered..

Does anyone know and is  it against the TM rules  to advertize xGST pricing without  listing it as such??


I know that their NZ website is x GST



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  Reply # 473834 25-May-2011 10:41
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it would have to be inc GST as it is a pay now price.

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  Reply # 473868 25-May-2011 12:15
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I just got a reply back saying it's the total price x delivery cost..

Maybe they read GZ..




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  Reply # 475071 28-May-2011 11:35
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If the company is based overseas and ships to you from overseas then they should not be including NZ GST (or the local country's equivalent) in the price you pay.  However on arrival in this country you may be required by NZ Customs to pay GST and other importation costs.  More information here at Consumer NZ and here at NZ Customs.

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