Stubbs wrote:I wouldnt say he got conned. Someone offered a price and he accepted so he must have been happy with it or if not shouldnt have accept it.
Lets be honest here if i could get this joblot for £300 im not going to turn round and say no its ok mate heres £600.
subzero wrote:Yep defo £900 - £1000 without any weapons, split up and sold in 2 or 3 smaller lots.
Nobody got conned here though in the literal sense, if that's the case then everyone who goes to a cash converters or other pawn shop to sell something could say they got conned. A seller goes to somebody to sell something, the buyer offers a price, it's down to the seller to know what they have and decide on a deal for the right price for them, that's the seller's job not the buyers.
It ain't nice for someone to offer peanuts but there are dealers out there and flippers and always will be that's just the way the game is, it's down to the seller to do the research on what he has and choose who to sell to depending on their situation/needs, a dealer for a cheap quick sale or a collector.
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