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Is selling ecigs illegal in he UK?

Discussion in 'Dropshipping & Wholesale Hookups' started by Techiworld, Jan 9, 2012.

  1. Techiworld

    Techiworld Junior Member

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    I recently been researching around and found a few aticles indicating that ecigs might be illegal to sell in the UK. Is this right?
     
  2. welly_59

    welly_59 Power Member

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    nope you can sell them. i sell them in my store
     
  3. tgpycq

    tgpycq Supreme Member

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    I second that. Its very legal as far as what all my clients tells me.
     
  4. GreenGoblin

    GreenGoblin BANNED BANNED

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    Good thread, cause i was wondering the samething
     
  5. Techiworld

    Techiworld Junior Member

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    Thanks everyone.

    Also, is there anything I should pay attention to the ecig products with my supplier before I import them in the UK?
     
  6. RBseatown

    RBseatown Junior Member

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    I have heard about customs intercepting shipments of these overseas before, not sure how legit those claims are though.
     
  7. Enigma32

    Enigma32 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Avoid the spammers, they're desperate for sales for a reason, and don't believe everything they tell you. They are all "the leading manufacturer" etc. but 90% are knockoff factories who will send you $20,000 of defective goods and you have to be the one to hunt down the good ones. Tons of stories like that. Unfortunately its mostly experience and good communication with others in your market that lets you know who and what to avoid. Your best bet is stick to one of the big guys first before you experiment with the smaller factories.
     
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