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Amazon & Walmart Deals / Re: {DEAD}HURRY! ECHO SPOT FREE
« on: July 30, 2018, 06:30:15 AM »
Even if was temporarily out of stock ?
Doubt it. But apparently it was in stock to begin with. I completely missed it.

Amazon & Walmart Deals / Re: {DEAD}HURRY! ECHO SPOT FREE
« on: July 30, 2018, 06:23:05 AM »
“In either case, we’ve reached out to Amazon and will update when we hear back.”

Some with 1-day shipping might make it through the cracks. It did last much longer than the echo dot mistake!

did you purposely not put the price of $1000?
Nope forgot, haven't posted here in a while. Can't edit now

In store
Guess how much is a can of San Pellegrino in store ;)

Clip the 20% off Coupon

thats 66oz for $14.35

Incredible deal for Cold Brew
these normally sell for $5 each
$5 each? Have you looked at the price history?

Amazon & Walmart Deals / Re: No HT's on Prime day?
« on: July 19, 2018, 05:44:05 PM »
Here is one example:
Posted this   July 16, 2018, 04:18:59 PM

Main site post By JJ - July 16, 2018 4:26 pm

Could be, I sent it to my brother before that lol
ETA: I wouldn't be against them counting though ;)

Amazon & Walmart Deals / Re: No HT's on Prime day?
« on: July 19, 2018, 05:21:41 PM »
BS - Every single deal on prime day was a "Deal of the day" , so how were there any HT's ?
Regardless you put in the work to post a deal which wasn't posted up until then you deserve the HT. End of story.
Highly inaccurate, 11 deals that were not deals of the day came from me.

Amazon & Walmart Deals / Re: No HT's on Prime day?
« on: July 19, 2018, 04:44:48 PM »
Anyone experience posting a deal on the forums and then not getting an HT on prime day?
I am just curious to other peoples experiences.

I posted a few deals that were within minutes posted to the main site and got no HT's.
This is the place to ask, and note that “deals of the day” (like most deals were) are not eligible

mistake corrected it, ty
Mistake? There were no seats when you booked so you tried to circumvent the system and now realized that it was no smart. At best try to HUCA with Lufthansa, maybe they can pull some strings or try the airline you booked with to see if they can let you cancel without a fee (convince them that they can actually sell the seats for more).
Happened on United/Lufthansa:

While booking I didn't know my child is turning 2 during trip
so I tried to re-search but tickets were no longer available so I finished my booking with DOB moved up a few days...

Just Shmooze / Re: PSA: Don't swipe recklessly for others
« on: July 19, 2018, 11:18:49 AM »
OK then, kindly point to which actual laws are being broken here? Because in my discussion of this with my CPA I was told that so long as I'm not actually profiting $600 worth I won't need a 1099 and don't need to worry. The swiping itself can be proven pretty easily as to whom's behalf I'm doing this. It's being resold wholesale (so not required to collect sales tax) and not for any personal use whatsoever.
Start off with this question: If A paid taxes, can he legally request a sales tax refund?
Let me explain why I think it's not that simple - I'm a reseller (not the buying group kind). A resale certificate has the same effect as filing a sales tax refund, meaning that A has to either present a certificate or pay taxes (and get a refund) before selling to B. If he gave a certificate he can then get a copy of B's certificate (and sell tax free) or refuse it (and collect and pay sales taxes), in which case B can request a refund. In all these cases A and B will need to file sales taxes as they are required. I'm sure you can see the problem with A presenting B's resale certificate while he's using his card and then getting a check (A is a reseller no matter how you look at it and resellers are required to file sales taxes for sales in their state whether or not they collected them). I think the only reason that people don't get in trouble is because it's a gray-ish area (doesn't mean it's legal but the state doesn't lose money when done this way) and also there isn't usually a link between federal taxes and states sales taxes. However, I can only imagine that some people will get in trouble if there were some major audit (these can go up or down in hierarchy, I've had a business being audited asking for my certificate).
The only way I can see a buying group being 100% legal would be to "drop ship" to a state like Delaware and you'd only be legally required to file your regular taxes (you might have to file quarterly taxes!).
I'm not a CPA and I can be wrong, but I wouldn't take "so and so is a CPA and he said it's fine" as a guideline, I've had many instances of conflicting information. I'd ask that person to quote the law.

Amazon & Walmart Deals / Re: Pearls Price Mistake?
« on: July 17, 2018, 07:23:13 PM »
I think the CCC $269 is for the 7-8mm model. @mileagejunkie
Price has been the same for both models since April-May but it was also at that price during long periods before that. You can trust me with Amazon prices ;)

Amazon & Walmart Deals / Re: Pearls Price Mistake?
« on: July 17, 2018, 07:21:23 PM »
This size and grade, with 14k?
Can't say too much, but yes even more valuable types of pearls and some more than 14k, not that it would matter since it's way under 1g and 1g 14k is worth around $23. Probably around 0.3-0.4g

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