does second hand sales in BnS really qualified under the lemon law? most of the time we deal with fellow forumers COD and the buyer doesn't get any receipt.
how to proof if a sale has been done if there is no receipt?
And for those of us whose first language is English?Originally Posted by Shizuma
more easily understood as:
buy and sell section cheaper because no warranty . but when warranty in brand new is very strongly enforced and buy sell price is close to brand new , buyers may choose brand new because of warranty.
hence to be more attractive , second hand items would have to be priced more competitively meaning cheaper .
of course for items out of production eg 50 mm f 1.0 , etc this principle does not apply
a items if it new and with proof of purchase, lemom law applied. But not those can eat food la. I got a Furby toy from Toy r us. It does not come with warranty. after 10 days, it come to a stop. dun move at all. write to the main office, offer a 1 to 1 exchange.
Aaaaah ok ok. Sorry ah, my macks fail. Hehehe.Originally Posted by Shizuma
Maybe now on BnS, buyers and sellers must have written agreement with signature & NRIC number for any personal warranty. Hehehe.Originally Posted by TigerOyster
another question is , does lemon law cover citrus fruits ? what happens if my lemon is a lemon ?
Sucks to be you then. Hahahaha.Originally Posted by Shizuma
Sadly you are right. The term personal warranty these days hold no water. BUT for those of us who DO value our reputation, I strongly believe in still offering a personal warranty and actually standing by it.Originally Posted by TigerOyster
Some may say its dumb of me but to be perfectly honest, because I won't like to be screwed by others, I try to honour my agreement with my buyers too. Unless the item I sell is STILL under warranty then different story.
Lemon Law covers grey units, red units, yellow units... It doesn't discriminate against any product that is of a different color
Why thank you.Originally Posted by ageha
Let's make it very clear here
Lemon law only covers Business to Consumers (B to C). It doesn't cover consumer to consumer (C to C)
So this clearly rules out any BNS sales where one individual is selling to another individual.
And this also clearly covers shops selling to individuals, be it Grey or Authorised.
So no need to argue so much here.