As a buyer not to fall into the trap sellers: 3 tips
As a buyer not to fall into the trap sellers: 3 Council. Photo: twitter.com/PressTV
According to Nobel laureate and former adviser to ex-US President Barack Obama, Richard Thaler, in order to cease to fall for the bait sellers, you need to stop doing habitual things.
1.Do research prices
When the seller calls the buyer a considerable sum, he begins to bargain, in the end, gives a little less and feels in the win. In fact, the starting price was too high, but the buyer knew nothing about it, relying on someone else’s point of reference. It is therefore necessary to conduct their own research the average price of a product or service.
2. To fight inertia
You have to watch where funneling money, not to pay for something by inertia (for example. For subscription or mobile connection) and periodically ask the question: do you need this product today or not? Perhaps over time you can find something cheaper and better?
3. Break the stereotypes
Remember: expensive is not synonymous with quality. If you are told that a similar product cheaper because worse, check! At least look for reviews online! It is possible that you are deceived.