Tesla Doesn't Want to Buy My Cybertruck

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I thought the point of the agreement was to keep scalpers at bay? If that's the case and you sell it for MSRP then that should be kosher but I may be way off. I like the reasoning if its to stop inflated pricing and availability issues (PS5/Nvidia 3080ti flashbacks) but to say no to selling it for MSRP is kind of messed up. This isn't a limited run 2016 Ford GT... lol
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I thought the point of the agreement was to keep scalpers at bay? If that's the case and you sell it for MSRP then that should be kosher but I may be way off. I like the reasoning if its to stop inflated pricing and availability issues (PS5/Nvidia 3080ti flashbacks) but to say no to selling it for MSRP is kind of messed up. This isn't a limited run 2016 Ford GT... lol
They could argue that the official sold price was $120k but there was under the table cash. Tesla dabbled with the thread of action but after doing nothing maybe made the resale value worse as the market got flooded with flippers and people trying to get out from under their Cybertrucks with issues. Would be better if Tesla just agreed to buy them back minus $30k
 
 




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