I am thinking about taking a position for a car dealership
in CA, to go to Porsche Dealerships in PA, register the car in my name in PA, but have the car titled to a company in NH. NH has no sales tax. The company in California said to get a bill of sale
, fax it to them, and the entire amount of the cost of the car wil be wired to the car dealership the next day. I drive the car off the lot and take it to long term parking in PHL airport. I fedex the keys and the paperwork to the company in CA and they wil have someone pick it up and drive it to CA. From there, the car may be sold in CA or it may be exported to Russia.
For this, I get $500 sent to my Pay Pal acount. If I buy four cars a month, it is an extra $2000 for my family.
My questions are, is this legal, and if so, by registering the car in my name, can I get into any trouble with the state? Will I be liable for anything? They tell me no, and if the car is titled in the name of this busines in NH (it actualy does exist), I wil not be responsible or liable for anything. They also said that the dealership may want me to sign a Non Export
Agreement. I told them I would not, and they said to just sign the name of the company in NH who wil be buying the car, and who wil be on the title of the car.
It seems like a good way to make some extra money, but I don't want to do anything illegal, or have something come back to me that I owe for the car or owe for anything.
I hope this is understandable. I just wanna be sure.