Hello, Sir or Madame,
I have a question, I buy items online then I sell them online is that consider breaking the law?
Well it depends on many different factors such as what, when, how, and to whom/what
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It entirely depends on what you are selling. You also need to consider the collection and payment of sales taxes, I strongly suggest that you discuss your concerns with an attorney who advises small businesses.
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As noted, it depends. There are a lot of potential issues. Your best bet would be to consult with an attorney to determine what you need to be aware of for the particular facts of your intended business, and what you might do to best protect yourself from foreseeable risks.
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