Where can I Sell my ProductsHow can I sell my products?
Can I legally buy and resell articles?
As soon as you have bought something in retailing, you can use it as you wish. Producers usually have little or no oversight over a device that goes beyond the first consumer to whom they sell. But if you plan to do this as a company, some problems will occur.
First of all, you have guarantee problems. Rather than operating this shop as an offical retailer, but as an "under the table" retailer without consultation with the producer, you run the risk of repealing the guarantees they give to the first user, but not to the customer to whom you sold the goods.
Secondly, there are brand problems. When you use manufacturer logo to promote the products you resell, you need their consent. If you don't, you run the danger of getting involved in a brand violation case - especially if your company is doing well and is no longer flying under the radars. Thirdly, there are VAT questions.
Your present trading scheme (buying in retailing and then reselling) gives you two stages of VAT. You have to make payment to receive the goods, and your buyer has to make payment when you sell the goods. While you might look into getting a reseller's permission, but to get a reseller's licence, you must first inscribe with your State Control Office, which will involve getting a sale control identification number.
Confusing the VAT can result in fines and interest that are imposed on you in person. Briefly, you have here some sensitive juridical and bookkeeping questions. When you are ready to move forward, make sure you get informed, expert guidance to protect you.
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