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Chief Architect X5 Full Version for SALE - Price $775. Includes Dongle and install disk 

email me at 23225va@gmail.com if interested post-224-0-30022100-1393209945_thumb.jpg

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Thomas:

 

you are selling X5 WAY too cheap

 

take the cost of a new license subtract the cost to upgrade X5 to X6

then knock off another $500 to offer a "savings"

 

Lew

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The price has already been offered. It wouldn't seem right to change it now.

I guess maybe if there hadn't been any offers to buy it yet that it might be okay. I would be surprised if it lasted this long though at that price.

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Mike:

 

I think until a deal is made the offer can be changed

 

no one would complain if was lowered ....

 

Lew

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That sounds like flawed logic. When do you figure "the deal is made"?? Isn't that akin to the old bait and switch?? Oh well...I won't argue with you. As soon as I saw it posted though I gave the info to a friend of mine who has mentioned wanting to buy Chief several times over the past few years but likely couldn't afford it at full price. I would be a little upset if he told the OP he'd take it just to have the OP say "someone told me I should be asking more so it's this much instead." I would also feel bad for having wasted someone's time on a Sunday for no reason. That's just me though.

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Deal is made when both parties say yes and "shake"

 

until then ....

 

watch Pawn Stars or American Pickers

 

In real estate the deal is not done until the contract is signed

verbal is not allowed

 

Lew

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Just my 2 cents

Mike - gotta agree with you 100%

Once the offer is made - it shouldn't be flexible simply because a better price offer comes along

Far as I'm concerned, that is greed alone speaking without any morals

I have seen this happen time after time - especially when disasters happen

So, IMO, his stated offer should stand

Sorry Lew if I don't agree with you on this one

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Randy:

 

that's ok because I still disagree :)

 

what if he made a typo and meant $1775 ???

 

Lew

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He should check his typing before posting.

 

Otherwise, if it was a typo, edit his post straight away.

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this is from Best Buy's website:

 

check any other store any you will find the same

 

Errors on Our Site  

Prices and availability of products and services are subject to change without notice. Errors will be corrected where discovered, and Best Buy reserves the right to revoke any stated offer and to correct any errors, inaccuracies or omissions including after an order has been submitted and whether or not the order has been confirmed and your credit card charged. If your credit card has already been charged for the purchase and your order is cancelled, Best Buy will issue a credit to your credit card account in the amount of the charge. Individual bank policies will dictate when this amount is credited to your account. If you are not fully satisfied with your purchase, you may return it in accordance with Best Buy's Return Policy.

Pricing Policy

Online prices and selection generally match those in our stores, but may vary. Prices and offers are subject to change.

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Nicinus:

 

yep, the buyer has no obligation to inform a seller the price is too low

 

I have a friend who buys pipe collections for resale - usually from widows

 

he and his partner will offer more than the asking price to be fair

as long as they can make 50% which is the standard most dealers expect to get

 

I have seen the American Pickers show where they get much more than they expect

and they will share the excess with the seller

 

If I ever bought an item at a yard sale for $1 and sold it for thousands I would

share with the seller - it's just the right thing to do

 

but the gist of this thread is that a seller can change their mind at any point

prior to accepting the money

 

On Pawn Stars I saw a guy sell a one-of-a-kind guitar for $35,000

he had been asking $50,000

they shook hands, yet by the time they brought out the cash he reconsidered

and decided not so sell

 

its the buyers product until money changes hands

 

Lew

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