If the product is good, they stop producing it.
If the shoes are on the leg, then they look disgusting.
1. If you liked the suit, then your size is not.
2. If you like the suit and the desired size, then it still somehow does not fit on you.
3. I like it and fit, but I can't afford it.
4. I like it, and it fits, and is affordable, but at the first fitting it bursts at the seams.
What you like is never on sale.
1. Products labeled "New" or "Improved Model" are not.
2. Both of these labels mean that the price has jumped.
3. “Brand New” or “Fantastic New” labels mean that the price is creeping up.
If the ad says the item is "under $ 50," you could bet it isn't $ 19.95.
If there is one price for any quote in an advertisement, then that price would be unreasonable.
A 60-day warranty means the item will fall apart on the 61st day.
The sale announcement will be made one week after your purchase.
1. What you bought will be listed under the "unacceptable" column.
2. What you nearly bought will be listed under the best buy column.
If you don’t complain, you will never receive what you ordered.
If you do complain, you will receive your order before your angry letter reaches the address.
1. The most necessary item of the order is always missing.
2. The next item on the order can be reordered only after 6 months.
3. While you are waiting for a reorder, you can buy it much cheaper elsewhere.
4. Once your re-order has fallen into the category "this product is no longer available", you will not be able to purchase it anywhere for any money.
1. The security service is not secure.
2. Management does not manage.
3. Advertising does not advertise.
4. Customer Assistance does not help.
5. Ancillary workers do not work.
The value of a product is the ambition of its manufacturer, raised to the level of the seller's ambition and expressed in monetary units.
The past year is always better.
What you want is never on sale.