Subject: FW: International GST
From: Warren Bolton [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Friday, 22 September 2017 1:11 PM
To: 'firstname.lastname@example.org' <email@example.com>
Cc: 'HQ@godaddy.com' <HQ@godaddy.com>
Subject: International GST
Since 1998 I have been developing my own websites as a hobby. It is my practice to rent domains for those websites from an American registration company as these domains are considered to have the most utilitarian application.
The right to use these domains, issued by an American company located in Arizona in the United States, is approved specially by ICCAN (who manages Internet domains for the whole planet). The American Registrar holds your intellectual property within their register and the rent of these name entitles me with access to that facility which sits on their server in Arizona - USA
As of today’s, date ICANN website indicates there are 2965 companies registered worldwide to sell gTLD Names. ICANN also advises, this is a subset of the total companies in this particular international activity.
I recently purchased another domain from that company and was charged a ‘tax’ I was advised by the company that the tax was a “GST” tax levied by the Australian government.
I have a number of questions:-
I look forward to receiving advice in relation to all these matters
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