Is it possible to sell domains on ebay maybe?
I believe most tax attorneys (just got back from mine) will advise doru’s addition to get out of this mess once and for all. It costs a few thousand euros + yearly fees. It’s worth it if you are elite and it makes answering those questions easier It’d be up to you how you actually get your money as a private person but at least that would be mandated by your terms between you and your company, and then it’s your responsibility to pay your taxes. That way Envato won’t “force” you to do or not do anything (in case someone understands their actions or model as such).
If I’m a business and that is not located in the EU then I need to set my country of residence as the country of the company, correct?
I use Logitech g700s. I had an old mouse made by them, it got won out. I called them they told me there is no warranty on that anymore (old mouse) but they gave me a 50% coupon. I bought g700 for half the price. It had some problems with a button, I sent it back after a year or two, then I got a new one. The new g700 again developed a problem. I called them again they told me it’s no longer under warranty nor they have the coupon amymore. But they told me if I just tell them the ID of the mouse, they’ll process it as the replacement mouse and not use the time of the 1st purchase . Few days later UPS rang the doorbell again, so I got a third one (g700s this time, with more robust button), I didn’t even have to send back the 2nd mouse. It still functions apart from the notorius microswitch problem, but at least I have a backup now… Long story short, they are a good company
enFusionThemes saidThey already moved to the next visual update, which will make all the text red and will increase the font-size, as it’s a little too small right now.
The staff has forgot to “Subscribe to this thread” Hence they are not getting these messages and not replying
you mean like this:
Hell yeah Comic Sans all the way! All I want for christmas is this.
I sort by rating and go for an item that has high enough sales (not just 5 star ratings that equals 5.00). I check how fast the author replies to requests and/or ask my own then wait for response. If they are fast and helpful then I know it’s going to be good.
I get what you are saying. If Envato decides to obey an EU law (about VAT) then it should also comply with all other rules that are protecting EU buyers or sellers.
Well deserved, the feeling has became known recently as I passed that as well.
Is it a good practice to do that on my own item, when answering support questions? In case I have online resources that are helpful, I’d link them there all the time.