Post # 32
To me it depends on the item. I think it’s ridiculous to ask $1900 for a worn, altered dress that costs $2000 for example. I’d just buy the dress new in that situation. But if you got a really good deal, as you say, then yes, like if you spent $1 on candleholders that normally cost $5 and offer them at $1? Yeah, you’re still passing on tons of savings.
Post # 33
I think what you did is great!
It appears that the poster was trying to make a profit by reselling these for more than she paid and she got caught. That’s why she’s pissed. Her plan got foiled.
Post # 34
Good for you, don’t be sorry one bit!
I’ve seen her comment on posts attacking people who offer lower prices on things being sold. She def. has a history for trying to mark up prices.
Post # 35
Wow I cannot believe how much she is charging for these things!!! I am renting 8 of these very same chandeliers with hooks and the total cost is $320.00. Obviously in some cases it is much cheaper to rent than buy.
Post # 36
yup, i agree with this. i sold a ton of my wedding stuff after my wedding. most of it i marked down from what i paid. But i do remember my Bridesmaid or Best Man bouquets i only paid $10 to begin with! so i sold them for $10 and the brides who bought them from me still got a good deal. that was the only thing i did that with though.