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Internet Cigarettes Buying cigarettes on the Internet may seem like an inexpensive way to purchase cigarettes on first glance. However, most of the time the reason they are so inexpensive is that you do not pay the tax on them. Please be aware that the federal government does regulate all of the businesses within its borders and if one is not paying taxes, they will make sure they do pay those taxes. There was once a person who bought cigarettes from the internet for personal use, and s/he was taxed in one lump sum by the government because the company she bought them off had to surrender their customer lists. Imagine getting a bill from the government for $4954 in taxes and fines because you were trying to buy inexpensive cigarettes from the internet.