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I don't see a problem if someone comes in with

Some chips he or she brought to the Convention and not a dealer that they would like to sell. It would be to restrictive and like a police environment if we can't sell to friends and dealers chips. Even dealers like when someone comes in and offers a trade or sale. Now if someone brings in a whole collection or a large quantity, then it seems he is more like a dealer without paying for a table and such ventures should be done in the privacy of his own hotel room or home. I personally don't see any problem so far and was a dealer this year. Everything is fine so far but if it ever got out of hand then they could just be asked to do it on their own time. Torrey

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exchanging cash on floor with other collectors
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I don't see a problem if someone comes in with
I wasn't fully aware of this rule.
Back In a Former Life..
I fully agree.
Jim, here is my understanding of the general rule.
Re: Jim, here is my understanding of the general r
Courtesy to the deales...
Re: THIS MAY BE THE PROBLEM THEY HAVE
IT IS RIDICULOUS TO ASSUME
You want to hear something very ironic ?
Re: You want to hear something very ironic ?
Not trying to make excuses for anyone.
Re: Not trying to make excuses for anyone.
While it may have been shortsighted the
It is a State Sales Tax Violation
Really?
Ask a Nevada lawyer!
While not an expert, the general answer is yes!..
Kinda what I thought, Jim . . .

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