kamins at dogeared.com
Sun Apr 25 19:26:22 EDT 2004
At 7:19 PM -0400 4/25/04, Sharon Biederman wrote:
> On the other hand, if the book had been described correctly and I wrote
>to the BIDDER saying he/she was overpaying for the book, it certainly
>would be against policies and an unethical business practice as well.
This is indeed the rule to which I was referring (if you can stand
the overly awkward sound of grammatically correct English). :-D
>The question is especially tricky when the person who feels too high a
>price was paid is another seller. Having just sold a balloon cloth copy
>in DJ of Dubliners for considerably less, I'm quite sure the unjacketed
>hardback reprint was overpriced, but it is truly not my business.
>It's not the price that should be in question; it's the inaccurate
>information the buyer was given to determine what the price should be.
I agree. If folks have accurate info from the seller, it's up to the
buyer to determine how much to pay.
Scot Kamins, ABR
Specializing in Brokerage Services for Home Buyers
(with Scott Trahan Realty Brokerage, Portland OR)
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