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09-16-2011 08:50:24

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The only people that get " scammed "
are greedy people looking to get a service or good for below cost ...

Those folks pay money up front - then complain when they get what they pay for ...

Notice how they never seem to include how
much they agreed to pay for the good or service?

Pay a fair price - get a fair deal

Period .....

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09-24-2011 07:37:01

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 Re: Pay a fair price ... in reply to MagicWand, 09-16-2011 08:50:24  
You are only half right with that assessment. You left out the part that the trucker that scams you ALSO agreed to the price. If the trucker agrees to a low ball price, it still does not give them the right to scam, cheat, or otherwise not provide the service at the exact rate that they agreed to.
Supply and demand have the right to work in BOTH directions, not just favor one party. When there is more demand to ship than trucks to move it, truckers have the right to increase their prices. When there are more trucks (like today) than there are loads to move, the shipper inherits the leverage.
So you are saying that in "good" times when prices are higher, the shipper has the right to scam the trucker because the trucker charged more? I don't believe you thought that one all the way through.

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