"You understand that ClickBank may adjust...

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...the final retail price (including any applicable sales tax) of that product."

What the... ? Does this happen often? Why?
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  • Profile picture of the author entrepenerd
    I think this just covers them to be able to add VAT and such where it is a government requirement for them. And yes, it does happen often in those cases.

    I'm not aware of them actually adjusting the sales price of your product though. So I wouldn't worry about that.
    • Profile picture of the author Chris Lockwood
      It's just legalese. I've never heard of them changing the price of a product, but they like to pretend they set the prices, rather than the vendor.

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