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Guest: Do your homework guys, Fry's price matches Amazon if you ask.
RandomFryGuy: No. What kind of dumb question is that?
Guest: You're still required to pay sales tax on online purchases even if the merchant doesn't collect them from you. Contact your comptrollers office for the info.
Guest: Problem with policy like this is that each individual store/supervisor makeup its own rules to fit their need. For example I went in to price match a item that costs $70.00 at fry to internet store selling it for $40. Because of big price different, they told me they will be adding shipping charge ($5) what other store was charging to the cost of the item. So instead of paying $40 plus tax , I end up paying $40+$5 (shipping)+tax...under their so call price guarantee. Unless this is normal written policy...I have problem with this.
Guest: "Consumers who live in a state that collects sales tax are technically required to pay the tax to the state even when an Internet retailer doesn't collect it. When consumers are required to pay tax directly to the state, it is referred to as "use" tax rather than sales tax." Excerpt from http://www.nolo.com/legal-encyclopedia/article-29919.html .