Google bans hundreds behind major Pixel resale scheme

Google has suspended hundreds of accounts owned by people who took part in a smartphone resale scheme designed to exploit a loophole in sales tax law.

The banned accounts had apparently all ordered Google Pixel phones to be shipped to a single address in New Hampshire, a state with no sales tax. From there, a vendor resold the phones and then split the tax-free profits with participating users.

Google said the coordinated operation was a violation of its purchase terms, which ban any commercial resale of its hardware. …

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Via: Mashable: Apps & Software

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