Giving second thoughts?

@Lucky15 (33669)
Philippines
April 8, 2016 5:12am CST
They are sold cheaper that than what we know, and we know something is not right. Watching underword, inc in national geographic channel, i have learned more what is being "copied", and sold cheaper. Here in the Philippines, guns. Not really surprised about it. Same thing.with iphones, from China. And some designer bags too. What i am not ready is the detergent liquid.soap that we are using. The liquid is added something to make more out of the concentrated liquid. Do you have some second thoughts on buying something that is much cheaper than the price we know?
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@louievill (20366)
• Philippines
8 Apr 16
You get what you pay for
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@Lucky15 (33669)
• Philippines
8 Apr 16
True. Haha. What our money worth
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@louievill (20366)
• Philippines
8 Apr 16
@Lucky15 At least our currency has not yet reached a point where you have to carry a sack to buy something, my mother told me that during the Japanese occupation, the " Mickey Mouse Money" has no value so you have to carry bags and bags or a sack when you go to the market
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@Lucky15 (33669)
• Philippines
8 Apr 16
@louievill oh i remember that. History books. Can not imagine.going out for shopping :))
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@ridingbet (61840)
• Philippines
8 Apr 16
better buy in the supermarket 'na lang' my friend, rather than try those others are selling anywhere. Have you heard about the cellphone made in China? the original is NOKIA, the Chinese invented NOKLA.
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@Lucky15 (33669)
• Philippines
8 Apr 16
Nokla? Haha. Typo error that is really one crazy obvious imitation. Though i thought of gay language.at first
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@ridingbet (61840)
• Philippines
9 Apr 16
@Lucky15 like BAKLA? how about the brand COLGATE? They sell here (of course from Taiwan, ROC) CULGATE.
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@Lucky15 (33669)
• Philippines
9 Apr 16
@ridingbet hahaha. Yep. ;)) Really? Haha
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@LdeL0318 (6435)
• Philippines
8 Apr 16
Yes most of the time. It's still safer to go on trusted ones.
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@Lucky15 (33669)
• Philippines
8 Apr 16
Double.check everything ;)
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@LdeL0318 (6435)
• Philippines
8 Apr 16
@Lucky15 True, that's what I usually do.
@hereandthere (33412)
• Philippines
8 Apr 16
i'm not into gadgets. my phones were gifts or hand-me-downs. not into designer stuff, or following trends, either. i just try to balance quality and price.
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@Lucky15 (33669)
• Philippines
8 Apr 16
My phone is a gift too. Can not afford one. Haha
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• Philippines
8 Apr 16
@Lucky15 it took me a long time to even fiddle with the features.
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@Tampa_girl7 (27525)
• United States
8 Apr 16
I only want the cheapest if it is good quality.
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@Lucky15 (33669)
• Philippines
8 Apr 16
Same here ma'am ;)
@MGjhaud (20861)
• Philippines
8 Apr 16
not really.. cheap or not, doesnt really matter. they all get broken or depreciate eventually.
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@Lucky15 (33669)
• Philippines
8 Apr 16
It depends on the user sometimes ;)
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@ida123 (6230)
• Cagayan De Oro, Philippines
8 Apr 16
Yes, I have. First thing that comes in my mind when there is much cheaper price in buying something is the quality, I think that thing is fake.
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@Lucky15 (33669)
• Philippines
8 Apr 16
Like much cheaper. ;)
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@brokenbee (8335)
• Philippines
8 Apr 16
Do you mean the dishwashing liquid? What do they add? Hmmmmm i'm curious.
@Scindhia (1943)
• Chennai, India
8 Apr 16
Duplicate products flood the market. It is upto us to make the choice. But is the original really worth teh price. It all depends on how you look at it.
@marlina (80684)
• Canada
8 Apr 16
There are thousands of counterfeited goods out there. I did see a documentary about this lately too.