Buying and selling online has become a lot easier, thanks to online retail platforms like Amazon and eBay. But if you’re in search of second-hand goods at a discount, or if you’re selling your old stuff, you can always rely on places like Craigslist to connect you to others. Sadly, not every person who reaches out to you is willing to make an offer you can’t refuse. In many cases, people will give ridiculously low-ball offers or blatantly ask for free stuff. Join us as we get unreasonably angry at 50+ choosing beggars found on Craigslist and beyond.
These Are Cheaper!
Second-hand Apple products, even those that are several years old, can be a bit on the costly side. Now, this particular exchange took place around 2014 or 2015, and by the time this post was made, this version of the MacBook Pro had already dropped in price by quite a significant amount. But was that good enough for Mr. Choosing-Beggar here?
Nope. Not only did they reject the seller’s price, but they went out of their way to look for other online sellers who posted cheaper MacBook Pros and with return policies. This begs the question: why didn’t the buyer just go to those sellers?