Interestingly, I communicated with the CA State Tax Board about being taxed on Cryptic Points (back when they were CP) and the STB said these virtual points for virtual items should not be taxed. Wrote me a nice letter and everything, which I forwarded to STO... Nothing ever changed of course.
I'm curious where the disconnect is, that STO still thinks it's ok to special tax Californians...
This may very well be the smoking gun, or at the very least a base to get this clarified.
Where does Cryptic stand legally in this?
Is it legal to charge extra (after the customer agrees to pay the original price) and call it 'tax', even though the STB claims otherwise?