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Entitled Man Makes Ridiculously Lowball Offer To The Seller And Gets Trolled Hard

Thank God for advanced technology.

Buying and selling cars was very difficult back in the day. Imagine spending an entire week getting the car you desire. But as time passes by, the newer generations are coming up with ways to make our lives easier. You don’t have to leave your house to search for something you need anymore. All thanks to the internet. You can scroll through your phone and order something while you’re sitting on your couch. However, selling things online can have its pros and cons (mainly cons).

Pros? It’s very convenient for both the buyer and the seller. Cons? You can be a victim of fraud. Also, you might end up communicating with a lot of brain-dead idiots. And by a lot we mean alot. They will waste a lot of your precious time. So why not waste some of their time too? It’s only fair. When someone puts up an offer, you can’t just hit them with a counteroffer of one-third of the price. Negotiation doesn’t work like that. One person had to learn it the hard way when he offered $6K for a $15k car. Read the conversation below:

Via Liberiumbra

This guy put up his Audi TT for sale for $15k but got offered $6K by a customer.

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The guy tried to reason with him, but it was of no use.

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So the seller decided to prank him instead. Can you believe he didn’t understand that sarcasm?

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He gave the customer a fake address to go to.

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Sometimes silence is the best answer. However, we need to choose our battles carefully. Some people really do require a good lesson. Acting stuck up and entitled will get you nowhere other than at a fake address. The seller of the car seemed busy and this guy kept wasting his time. We can understand why he decided to get payback.

It took time for the guy to find the house.

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He is still playing right into the trap.

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That’s when it dawns on him – he has been trolled.

Ending it on a hilarious note!

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Do you think the customer deserved it? Have you ever tackled such an idiot before? Let us know your stories in the comments below!

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What do you think?