[kwlug-disc] EHF fee reduce to $0
chaslinux at gmail.com
Fri Feb 15 13:56:58 EST 2019
That sucks Ron. OES will be wrapping up their operations in 2020:
OES held some winding down consultations, but the public ones were on
days we were swamped with other work. AFAIK operations are simply
being merged with an existing operation. There's a PDF of the
wind-down process here:
On Fri, Feb 15, 2019 at 11:12 AM Ron Singh <ronsingh149 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Yes, as of Feb 1, 2019, no WEEE FEE --
> Check your receipts for electronics purchases to ensure no "residual" WEEE Fees appears.
> As a IT reseller with some significant stocks, I am on the hook for significant fees paid that are not recoverable(the OES folks are not returning emails/calls) and that I reconcile as a cost of doing business.
> I would wager there are many in the same boat as I and might be tempted to sneak in a WEEE fee just to recover the charge.
> Maybe they will simply raise the prices a bit on the item or other stuff, no idea.
> Yes, be mindful as a consumer.
> Ron Singh
> On Fri, Feb 15, 2019 at 9:43 AM Charles M <chaslinux at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Just a heads up for anyone buying new electronics. The Environmental
>> Handling Fee has been reduced to $0 now, so if you buy any electronics
>> that were previously under the EHF you shouldn't have been charged an
>> extra environmental handling fee. Here's the article:
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