I gave them for the price I purchased

@shivamani10 (11200)
Hyderabad, India
December 3, 2017 9:11am CST
Yesterday I had been to my sister's house. They invited me for the lunch. After the lunch, I showed the sarees I brought from Banaras. She liked 3 of the 7 sarees and asked the price of each one. I told her that I can give them for the price I bought if she likes to purchase and otherwise, I will sell them for a mere profit of Rs.100 so that I can move them quickly into the market. She gave a thought to it and took all the three sarees. I gave them for the price I purchased.There are still some 7 in stock.Tomorrow I will show them to some of my friends and I hope they will be happy to take them all. Is it not a good idea to sell more number of items keeping a small margin of profit?
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@sjvg1976 (18411)
• Delhi, India
3 Dec
High volume with less margin or low volume with high margin are both same.
@shivamani10 (11200)
• Hyderabad, India
3 Dec
But, the time spent will be less in the former case. Moreover, it develops Good impression on the seller. In a short time, more customers will come into our fold. Afterwards, we can increase the price preparing ourselves thoroughly for their queries.
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@sjvg1976 (18411)
• Delhi, India
3 Dec
@shivamani10 that's true.
@snowy22315 (51223)
• United States
3 Dec
If you can sell them, for profit..why not?
@shivamani10 (11200)
• Hyderabad, India
3 Dec
I am not a professional seller.I am actually selling them online. When sister asked for them getting profit was immaterial for me.
@Mummyof3 (71)
• Glasgow, Scotland
3 Dec
You do what needs to be done to make a bit of money
@sharon6345 (135731)
• United States
3 Dec
I think whatever makes you happy.
@crossbones27 (20779)
• Redlands, California
3 Dec
I think it is anything that keeps you afloat these days. I just say be honest with people. Be amazed at how people appreciate that. It is almost unexpected when it should be the standard. Sad.