From: TimB on
On 16 Jun, 14:38, Owain <owain47...(a)stirlingcity.coo.uk> wrote:
> David Uri wrote:
> >>When listing you simply state the VAT inclusive price. (As you know - or
> >>should know - this is a legal requirement when offerring goods for sale to
> >>consumers).
> > Is it? In Viking Direct catalogues, for example, all prices are
> > listed net of VAT.
>
> Viking Direct catalogues are intended for business-to-business sales,
> where prices are allowed to be shown ex-VAT.
>
> Not sure about Viking Direct's website, but Screwfix which offers both
> trade and retail sales has the option on their website to change between
> ex- and inc-VAT prices.
>
> Owain

Vikings website has an entry page which forces you to choose whether
you are buying for business or personal use before proceeding further,
and displays VAT (or not) accordingly.

From: michael adams on

"David Uri" <daviduriVEST(a)bigfoot.com> wrote in message
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> On Tue, 12 Jun 2007 23:19:27 +0100, "Joe Lee" <invalid(a)noaddress>
> wrote:
>
> >When listing you simply state the VAT inclusive price. (As you know - or
> >should know - this is a legal requirement when offerring goods for sale
to
> >consumers).
>
> Is it? In Viking Direct catalogues, for example, all prices are
> listed net of VAT.



Viking buyers are assumed to businesses, not private customers.

The requirement only applies to sales to private customers.
Not businesses.



michael adams

....






>
> Regards,
> --
> David Uri.
> daviduriVEST(a)bigfoot.com (remove VEST to reply)
> http://www.daviduri.co.uk


From: Joe Lee on

"michael adams" <mjadams25(a)onetel.net.uk> wrote in message
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>
> "Joe Lee" <invalid(a)noaddress> wrote in message
> news:4673491e$0$31688$db0fefd9(a)news.zen.co.uk...
>
>
>>
>> LOL. It's actually 100% contradictory as you've just said "explicitly
>> stating that a VAT element is included", when in the previous paragraph
> you
>> said "with in addition 17.5% VAT..."
>>
>>
>> Now, I don't expect you to recognise the contradiction there
>
> Well you'd be wrong. As per usual.
>
> I recognised it immediately after posting it - which is around a day
> earlier than you seem to have managed. Which is why I posted a correction
> yesterday morning just after I'd posted it.


It was your corrected post which I replied to !
>
> That's it. The next post in the thread with my name on it as well.
> Surprise, surprise

There's no surprise - that's the one I replied to!
>
> Yes. That's it that one -
>
> news:4673491e$0$31688$db0fefd9(a)news.zen.co.uk...

Er.. That's actually a Post I made Michael. Here's a clue for you: It's the
Post you're replying to here.

> Or if you're going to try lying through your teeth, and claiming you can't
> find it on your News server,

According to Google Archive (& my screen), you made two Posts to this thread
yesterday morning (the 15th). The first was posted at 08:01 & the second
which began with "This is a repost including further clarification." & which
was Posted at 09:42 & that was the one I replied to.

So just to make it clear to you, I replied to your 09:42 Post - the
corrected one!


> then here it is archived on google as well.
>
> http://groups.google.co.uk/group/uk.people.consumers.ebay/msg/c657b6045fe9f184?hl=en&

Yes, that's your 09:42 Post. That's the one I replied to.
>
>
> As you seem to be a bit of a slow reader, presumably you'll
> have worked your way to the end of that one by the end of
> tomorrow morning.
>
> To save you the trouble, here's the corrected paragarph -
>
>
> "michael adams" <mjadams25(a)onetel.net.uk> wrote in message
> news:5df1lfF34cprqU1(a)mid.individual.net...
>
>
> This is a repost including further clarification.
>
> On Ebay transactions other than BINS - insofar as the winning bidder
> is concerned, in sales involving VAT registered traders -
>
> " the advertised price for any item is going to be whatever the
> winning bidder bids for that item - with in addition 17.5% VAT
> which the trader will subsequently pay to MHG. "
>
> ---------------------------------------------------------------------

Except you've now snipped the subsequent sentence, which was;
"This "advertises" what the price is going to be, insofar as it specifies
how it's arrived at, i.e. not plucked out of thin air, while explicitly
stating that a VAT element is included."

Which caused me to point out those two statements are totally (100%)
condradictory.


>
> So that at the possible risk of repeating myself -
>
> Kindly go and boil your head.


I'd recommend you keep repeating yourself Micheal as, whenever you attempt
to add anything you just become more & more confused.

--
Joe Lee





> michael adams


From: michael adams on

"Joe Lee" <invalid(a)noaddress> wrote in message
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>
> "michael adams" <mjadams25(a)onetel.net.uk> wrote in message
> news:5dhgf9F34685dU1(a)mid.individual.net...
> >
> > "Joe Lee" <invalid(a)noaddress> wrote in message
> > news:4673491e$0$31688$db0fefd9(a)news.zen.co.uk...
> >
> >
> >>
> >> LOL. It's actually 100% contradictory as you've just said "explicitly
> >> stating that a VAT element is included", when in the previous paragraph
> > you
> >> said "with in addition 17.5% VAT..."
> >>
> >>
> >> Now, I don't expect you to recognise the contradiction there
> >
> > Well you'd be wrong. As per usual.
> >
> > I recognised it immediately after posting it - which is around a day
> > earlier than you seem to have managed. Which is why I posted a
correction
> > yesterday morning just after I'd posted it.
>
>
> It was your corrected post which I replied to !
> >
> > That's it. The next post in the thread with my name on it as well.
> > Surprise, surprise
>
> There's no surprise - that's the one I replied to!
> >
> > Yes. That's it that one -
> >
> > news:4673491e$0$31688$db0fefd9(a)news.zen.co.uk...
>
> Er.. That's actually a Post I made Michael. Here's a clue for you: It's
the
> Post you're replying to here.
>
> > Or if you're going to try lying through your teeth, and claiming you
can't
> > find it on your News server,
>
> According to Google Archive (& my screen), you made two Posts to this
thread
> yesterday morning (the 15th). The first was posted at 08:01 & the second
> which began with "This is a repost including further clarification." &
which
> was Posted at 09:42 & that was the one I replied to.
>
> So just to make it clear to you, I replied to your 09:42 Post - the
> corrected one!
>
>
> > then here it is archived on google as well.
> >
> >
http://groups.google.co.uk/group/uk.people.consumers.ebay/msg/c657b6045fe9f184?hl=en&
>
> Yes, that's your 09:42 Post. That's the one I replied to.
> >
> >
> > As you seem to be a bit of a slow reader, presumably you'll
> > have worked your way to the end of that one by the end of
> > tomorrow morning.
> >
> > To save you the trouble, here's the corrected paragarph -
> >
> >
> > "michael adams" <mjadams25(a)onetel.net.uk> wrote in message
> > news:5df1lfF34cprqU1(a)mid.individual.net...
> >
> >
> > This is a repost including further clarification.
> >
> > On Ebay transactions other than BINS - insofar as the winning bidder
> > is concerned, in sales involving VAT registered traders -
> >
> > " the advertised price for any item is going to be whatever the
> > winning bidder bids for that item - with in addition 17.5% VAT
> > which the trader will subsequently pay to MHG. "
> >
> > ---------------------------------------------------------------------
>
> Except you've now snipped the subsequent sentence, which was;
> "This "advertises" what the price is going to be, insofar as it specifies
> how it's arrived at, i.e. not plucked out of thin air, while explicitly
> stating that a VAT element is included."
>
> Which caused me to point out those two statements are totally (100%)
> condradictory.



The first statement says the price consists of -

The amount of the winning bid plus 17.5 percent VAT


The second statement says the price includes a VAT element

So where exactly is this 100% contradiction ?




michael adams


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