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- Sep 10, 2020
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Not sure about 80%.... Government contracts (especially the war machine) is a pretty large budget. And social services tend to be highly restricted in what they can negotiate on prices.why is this allowed? isnt like 80%(well obviously not that high but u get the point) of our economy based on buying cheap somewhere and selling it for more someplace else?
It damages the source brand if this occurs too egregiously. It's not like the money goes to the manufacturer or worker. Buy low, sell high is actually more a problem for our economy - money basically vanishes from cycling when this occurs. It looks like growth, but is in fact phantom - because it is. It's why our economy can look like it's contracting this month when more people are working than last month.why is this allowed? isnt like 80%(well obviously not that high but u get the point) of our economy based on buying cheap somewhere and selling it for more someplace else?
Who needs customer loyalty when you are going to be out of business soon. Dealerships are part of a dinosaur business model. There is a huge astroid approaching very quickly.Criminal markups, no resale clauses, getting sued for a share of profits when you sell your vehicle? Wow, the dealer buying experience is getting downright hostile!
I guess building customer loyalty is a thing of the past.
There's a bunch of people wanting to unload their Ford Mach-E lately. About 10 days ago Ford put out a massive recall on almost 49K of them, and ordered all dealers to stop all sales of Mach-E's.So, when you find out the Lightning is a piece of shit, they don't want you to be able to unload it? WOW.