Someone's never been to Europeeeeee
We never have a case of you click on something to buy and then the price is higher when you actually go to pay. Please research before you comment on these things.l
No his "point" is since the item's price tag only displays the total amount you have to pay, the amount you pay in taxes is hidden within.
Which is of course not a very good point because within each European country there are only about 3 different rates of sales tax for goods: standard, reduced and tax exempt. If you're living in one of those countries you'll likely know what tax rates applies to what type of goods.
And even if you don't, you can see them on the receipt at the end.Last edited by Barozi - on 14 July 2020