Lyst partners with retailers around the world. The amount of sale tax that is applicable to your order will depend on a number of factors, including, but not limited to: the retailer's location, your own location, and changes in tax law.
It is the retailer's responsibility to calculate and charge sales tax.
Lyst will estimate the tax it thinks you will be charged by the retailer based on the information it has and will display this estimate on your checkout screen. The final tax amount will be reflected in the retailer's order confirmation.
In rare cases, Lyst's estimated tax may be different from the tax charged by the retailer. Please note that you will be liable to pay the actual sales tax charged by the retailer.
- Lyst will estimate the tax charge and include this in your order total.
- You can check the retailer’s full tax policy by visiting their Help Centre. (You can find the name of the retailer on the Lyst product page.)
- When the retailer processes your order, the actual tax amount will automatically be calculated and charged to your final order.