Americans could lose the right to resell their own possessions

By Shawn Knight
Oct 11, 2012
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  1. buckfush

    buckfush Newcomer, in training

    In the UK you pay a VAT of 17%? Thank God I don't live in the UK.
  2. TechMancer

    TechMancer TechSpot Member Posts: 59

    This sickens me. What a bullsh*t idea just because one foreign ***** screwed up. I CAN'T WAIT until Romney is elected, then we won't have to deal with dumb-butt laws that violate our constitutional rights like this. The SC has lost its integrity and reasonabillity.
  3. cliffordcooley

    cliffordcooley TechSpot Paladin Posts: 5,765   +1,427

    I'm leaning toward voting for Romney as well but I will believe your statement when it happens. I'm definitely not gonna hold my breath!
  4. TechMancer

    TechMancer TechSpot Member Posts: 59

    Well, I barely believe my statements as well :p , 'cause I act on frustration sometimes. But I think we will be seeing less unreasonable proposals once Romney is the pres (y)(y).
  5. NytShade

    NytShade Newcomer, in training

    Perhaps we should be suing Wiley for overcharging American students and contributing to the overall debt that college students live in for years after college?
  6. TechMancer

    TechMancer TechSpot Member Posts: 59

    Great idea! My dad said he was in debt for 5.5 years after he left college. Most of the expenses come from tuition I believe, with textbooks and boarding in second place. BTW, who is Wiley?
  7. Apple and AT&T have already started, If you purchase a new iPhone and resell it a fee will be added to your account when they see the phone has been activated on a different number.
  8. cliffordcooley

    cliffordcooley TechSpot Paladin Posts: 5,765   +1,427

    Thats a bit different when services are included which could trigger an account audit when phones switch hands.
  9. Another blatant run toward socialism as a stepping stone toward communism. Things here in the USA are getting ridiculous.
  10. Maybe the sorry bastards ought to sell to us here in the US cheaply.


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