In Conclusion, I Will Be Talking About The Positive And Negative Effect Of Buying Fake Designer Clothes. Most Americans Believe That Buying Fake Copies Of Known Designer Brands Like: Gucci, Louis Vuitton, Salvatore Farrago, And Many More Is A Smart Decision. They State “It Saves Money and You Can’t Tell The Difference “. Their Minds Are So Focused On The Idea Of Getting A Bargain But, They Don’t Realize The Risk Of Buying These Cheap Copies. There Are Countless Times, Were I Have Witnessed A Person Getting Scammed Trying To Buy A Designer Belt.
Americans have become very lazy with online shopping but also have become lazy with returning items that do not succeed what they were expecting. We order items online to avoid going to the store but if it does not fit or look like it does online we are to lazy to return it. We spend money on something that doesn't fit right or looks different than expected and won’t return it because we ordered it online so we wouldn't have to go to the store. Online can be very deceiving because they make the product look its best and match it with other clothes that make it look good. Then once receiving the product it can look much different than anticipated.
Even if the market were not perfectly competitive, we would expect firms to adjust prices regularly. However, researchers found that price dispersion in online markets is substantial and no narrower than in offline markets, even for standardized markets like books, CDs and DVDs. Although consumers usually do not have to spend money on searching, it is still time-consuming for most buyers. Some consumers are sophisticated users who use shopbots to find the cheapest shop quickly. In contrast, others who do not know how to search efficiently or do not have enough time may buy from the first site they find.
Every once in a while it's nice to just snag the day to yourself, relax and go shopping. You never know what you might discover by browsing the different stores for variety or sales, and you can not do that with online shopping. As a result, online shopping is the answer for certain things but not everything. As it was stated earlier, it is very difficult to shop for clothes and shoes online. I would leave online shopping for things that you do not need to try on and that only come in one style.
This is because for example, if you buy a designer watch on an e-commerce site, you don’t know 100% if it’s original or not, which is why some customers don’t trust e-commerce sites. Also some customers have trust issues with e-commerce businesses because they think their personal details are not private. Customers also have issues when e-commerce sites personalise their usage of sites, by recommended other products, centred on what they purchased or searched for before. Lack of Human Contact This is also a disadvantage for e-commerce sites because customers cannot speak to anyone from the business, and prefer to shop in in stores, for this reason. Customers also like to physically see the item they are purchasing, however with e-commerce they are unable to do this.
Many people today proclaim that Wal-Mart has just lost sight on the main goal, making money. While trying to attract more upscale shoppers, the retailer effectively turned its back on its blue-collar customers. Apparently, Wal-Mart does not care, and is attempting to deceive their usual, everyday customers by incorporating more upscale and pricy items into the inventory of the store (Duke 426). Wal-Mart’s everyday customers do not want inflation of price to occur due to the infamous “rollback” scheme. At first glance, Wal-Mart's "rollback" pricing scheme seems appealing however, while the strategy drew in some shoppers with lower prices on select items, it was combined with a rise in prices on many other goods.
If you are an individual who works hard for your money then this could be an eye opener to think twice before opening your wallet to brands like this. The consumers who shop at H&M or Forever 21 are the consumers who appreciate “the now” compared to the consequences of the next trend. The depressing moment, is that most consumers might not know that their clothes are cheaply made or the recycling process is impactful to their environment. An inconvenience like this outrages the individual who spark an interests in giving their unwanted clothes to charity, or the individuals who believe that Thrift shops are for transferring clothes to the needy. Most of us want to make an impact that may be on our wallet, the environment and how we best feel we should donate or dispose of our unwanted clothes.
Trends would prove that Springrove Variety is the exception and the reality is that the five and dimes, for the most part, are dead. As consumers shop online at Amazon or Best Buy, they may be able to see all the features, benefits, and pricing of products, but do they think “What killed Main Street’s five-and-dimes? Was it big box retail or the internet?” Do these consumers realize there is more to the shopping experience than just talking to name-tagged, 20-somethings wearing brightly-colored polo shirts who seem uneager to assist customers? Shopping experiences over the phone can be better than brick and mortar big box retail. But this is only because of the foreign sounding, yet helpful, account representatives who are located somewhere outside the US.
This is also a real easy but bad situation to get into. For instance, if someone has a credit card that can only spend as much that is in their account, they can buy and buy until their account has nothing in it, then they realize they also have bills to pay and have to wait until the next payday. Indiscriminate spending is not the only way the internet and technology are taking over. The dependency of technology is ruining face to face communication. Face to face communication is fading beca... ... middle of paper ... ...the people who can barely talk to someone face to face because they are so use to being on the computer all the time or on the phone all the time.
How to Unload Your Unwanted Collectibles via the Internet Trying to rid yourself of that box of old comics? Sick of all the CDs cluttering up your shelf space? While secondhand stores will do for some people, finding one that'll give you a good deal is next to impossible. If you need to unload what your particular hobby produces, whether it be rare books, old records, or baseball cards, the Internet provides the best opportunity for you to reach your market. Granted, selling a large volume of material yourself isn't easy: I discovered this the hard way when I first put my large collection of old CDs up for sale.