Pretty silly for you to got to auctions and not resell the items you buy for a profit,but of course you resell for a profit.Selling at home after the auction is no different than selling at the auction.Buyers try to get the best of sellers at auctions and sellers try to get the best of buyers and I've seen it go both ways dozens of times.Some people hate auctions I love them.
Re: Here is how I act at sales!!! in reply to Nancy Howell, 01-03-2013 06:59:30
How much would the baler cost on the open market? If you're going somewhere else and pay more whats the point? The next guy you buy from may have bought the one he has at a bargain too.If that guy had found a bag of cash with $4000 in it would you expect him to sell it for $3000 just because he was making a good profit at $3000? And of course I've seen what happened to you happen many times thats why I get there early because the 1st item might be the buy of the day.
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