been doing some research on this forum for a while now and found some good ideas and some bad ones lol. My friend is testing out the replica biz and tested some suppliers making good money with mixed feedback from buyers. One of the suppliers was a lying sack and a couple of buyers sent the items back but still gave him good feedback . It's all about communication with the buyer. Accept returns, refund promptly, play stupid and he has yet to have a negative feedback(crosses fingers).When your top rated and have excellent feedback most people trust you with an occasional ball breaker. Now, he has found a very good supplier with some excellent items and am getting offers daily making 3-4 times what he paid for it. Some items he is making 7-8 times what he paid for them. Mind you he lost some money in the beginning but is fighting the supplier for it and trying to get rid of the mediocre items under the radar and still make a profit . Now his question is with this new paypal tax law for sellers if you go over 20k a year on an acct you have to pay taxes on the items your selling. This worries him because he is already at 4 k and counting for the year gross and its only january. He has 3 paypal accounts atm and is thinking of opening a few more to switch the paypal payment to that address before each one goes over 20k because ebay fees and paypal fees are like 12% tax and now the irs wants their cut. Now if one goes over 20k which is easy to do when your dealing with high end items ,is he expected to provide to the irs what he is selling and where he is getting the items?