If you’re buying or selling goods online, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) will soon be requiring that you fill out an online purchase form.
This form will help you verify your identity and allow the FTC to process your request for an import tax exemption.
When the FTC completes its initial application process, it will begin processing the exemption request, which is expected to take a couple of months.
The FTC’s decision to charge a fee will also give a boost to online retailers like Amazon, Google, Apple, and Microsoft.
But it’s a bad idea for consumers, according to some online retailers.
They say a fee would discourage online shoppers from ordering from the big online retailers because it’s more costly.
There’s already an online buy-back program for buying products online, but it’s still very costly.
If a consumer does choose to order online, they will need to provide a payment method and a shipping address for delivery.
This includes PayPal, Visa, MasterCard, and Discover.
The FTC said the fee would not affect shoppers who have already signed up for a free account on the website.
If you are eligible for the free account, you will not need to fill out a new form to purchase items online.
You can still purchase online using credit cards, checkouts, or PayPal.
The fee will be deducted from your credit card transaction and used for processing the tax exemption request.
For more information on the tax exemptions, visit the FTC website.