After June 30, 2010 ALL online – mail order suppliers located on U.S.A. soil will have to report all sales and provide all contact & personal information available on ALL buyers of their products to all States for collection of all State imposed sales/excise taxes and to report to all State Attorney Generals for confirmation, verification and/or possible prosecution of violators. Any seller of tobacco products that is physically located within the U.S.A.; including those on any and all Indian Reservations that fails to comply with all of the laws contained in the PACT Act, as of March 31, are subject to physical inspection (raids) by the ATF and seizure of all records, computers, and equipment on the premises.
Category: Invasion of Privacy
State agents in Tennessee will be monitoring stores in bordering jurisdictions (like Bristol Virginia) and stopping Tennessee residents who buy more than two cartons of cigarettes, then head for home. For example, a Bristol Tennessee resident could find himself subject to police action for driving to the Sam’s Club at Exit 7 and buying too many smokes. Worse, he could lose his car. Revenue agents are allowed to seize vehicles of those transporting just three cartoons of cigarettes.
Seizing cars over a few cigarettes – Editorial – TriCities.com
To avoid bad CIGARETTES TAX SURPRISES, ask your current or prospective supplier the following questions – and be sure you’re getting honest and complete answers because they have every reason to lie!
This was orignially report in the Boston Globe, February 28, 2000
Seeking to avoid costly in-state cigarettes, Massachusetts residents are starting to migrate to discount cigarette stores on the Internet.. . . California and Iowa are among several states that have ordered online tobacco sellers to name their customers. And with lists in hand, they’re contacting residents and telling them to pay up.
In today’s post-911 anti-smoking environment, your privacy is no longer something you can expect. Intimate details about you are shared among the highest bidder and your buying preferences are exposed to just about anybody that wants to know them
A 30-year-old Massachusetts man who has smoked for more than a decade filed a lawsuit last week against The Scotts Co., alleging the lawn and garden company violated his privacy and civil rights when more…
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TheRealityCheck.Org, CT –
… The policy would compel employees to submit to random … course, though, we all know that smoking is deleterious … inside-a-velvet-glove fashion, Weyco is providing …