Okay, so I originally come from Cleveland, Ohio. Moved to Los Angeles, CA about 6 months ago. I went home to see family for the holidays just last week, was home for about 8 days, and in that time span decided to get rid of my LG env3 and upgrade to an iPhone 4S. So I go to my local Verizon, order it (wasn't in stock obviously), and I tell the girl that I live in LA, and asked if I could have it shipped there. She tells me of course, gets my address, then rings me up. I scan my credit card (she hadn't even told me the total), I figured it was about 215.00$ (199.99 for phone, 15.00 for tax) Well the phone arrives, and I check the receipt.... I was charged 258.00$! She charged me for sales tax in CA! And also in CA, the tax is based on the full value of the phone (659$) So I paid about 40 dollars or more more than I should have. Is it worth it to call and complain? I mean to be honest, she didn't even mention having to charge me for CA tax. If that was the case I would have had her send it to my mom and dad's house, and then have them just ship it to me. I know it's not an outrageous amount of money, it's just the principal. What do you guys think? I mean, can she charge me CA taxes, when the phone was purchased in Ohio, has an Ohio phone number, etc? Especially without even mentioning it? Again, it's not really about the money to be honest, I just felt like she was a little sneaky about it.