They can just argue that they're just a regular customer who bought too many and are covering their costs (petrol, time, postage) by charging more than the rrp.
Meh, if people are silly enough to pay for it then fair play to those who are selling it. I used to be part of the cloth nappy community and would often see ridiculous prices for wetbags and blankets etc in "vintage" prints. Something is only worth ad much as people are willing to pay. And I've always found that concert ticket thing a bit funny; surely a hard core fan is sitting at the PC, ready to buy as soon as tix go on sale? I've always managed to get tickets for my favourite performers, and I like big name artists that sell out within minutes so I guess I've just never understood how people can claim to be number one fans but didn't get the ticket as soon as it was released.
It's capitalism. Think of them as budding entrepreneurs instead of greedy thieves 😉
From the looks of it it doesn't look like they were advertised as Kmart items....correct me if I am wrong the poster who put up the picture...
I just think it's dishonest to buy anything at the rrp and then sell it on for a lot more. Unless it's like a collectors item that you've invested in.
You're a 'budding entrepreneur' if you're buying or making something wholesale and selling it. Not if you're buying up kmart crap and selling it on at inflated premiums...that just makes you an a-hole!
And no, it's not my eBay listing 😉
Anywho, back to kmart appreciation - i got the copper basket the other day. Sooo in love with it! So pretty and shiny ♡
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