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Initial post: Mar 8, 2007 7:21:01 AM PST
D. Gentry says:
Does any one know of any lists of retailers selling new merchandise that is junk and there should be the prioritzing in the list of top selling theives that are getting top dollar as if the merchandise is top quaility merchandise and then the true junk dealers that sell the merchandise at a price that would only move the merchandise from one place to another until it does end up in a junk pile.

Seems the top manufactures are no longer junking their own mistakes and junk and allowing us the unknowning to buy it at top dollar amounts and letting us the consumers to be amazed by what their businesses are doing now. I am referring to the all knowing all powerful GE APPLIANCES AND MAYTAG.

some one should pull their permits to be in business and do that before the consumers find out after having paid top dollar for the junk these two companies now allow to be sold to comsumers whom had come to trust those companies based on past manufacting practices.

Any help would be appreicated by those of us whom can no longer participate in the best of because we do not have the disposable incomes that others have had and have. Seems that we have much more to contend with besides just secondary mortage markets.
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In reply to an earlier post on Mar 26, 2008 8:13:29 AM PDT
wxcc2004 says:
The point of that post would be? Sound like a bunch of whine to me. Have some cheese while you are at it.

Moral of your whine--"Do research". This would involve taking responsibility for what you buy. See it "live" at a real store before buying on the internet. Don't have ridiculous expectations of a purchase.

For example, don't expect your dvd player to play your 8-tracks, or to play your record albums, and then whine on the internet "that you were ripped off".

Companies never force anyone to buy anything, so companies are not at fault for consumer stupidity and ignorance. Bought HD DVD? You were greedy and "had to have it now" instead of using your brain and waiting.

Whether things end up in a junk pile depends on you. Have you taken care of the item? Have you done proper preventive maintenance on it? Things don't jump into a junk pile on their own.

In reply to an earlier post on Apr 17, 2008 7:40:42 AM PDT
D. Suttle says:
What are you mumbling about?.. That is the longest run on sentence i've ever seen...
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