Didnt considered that fact. Did the math again and i saw that if you take the same prices for Dollar and Euro (like you did), after calculating the exchange rates AND the tax difference both are nearly the same.Hylis wrote: Taxes are higher in Europe, so we collect 16€ and the equivalent of 16.40€ from USA I think. Taxes are for the states, and taxes in Europe are higher, so prices are higher. It is logical I think. In USA, taxes are calculated after the price, so they pay $22 for info.
I truly apologize for accusing you of using unfair prices.
For those who are interested:
The price without taxes in USA is 20$.
The price in Europe without taxes is aprroximately 16€.
Current exchange rate says 20$ are about 16,3€
This means that its more than fair to use the same amounts of Euros and Dollars (even better price for €).