Originally Posted by dragster172
A wise man once said on here 'You walk to your own beat' and that's true. If you're happy profiteering then good for you, but don't expect everybody to have the same moral compass
There's earned profit and exploitation, a big difference IMO.
How do you think the world works then? The last cup of tea you bought would have cost around 1-2p for the tea bag, but you'd have paid around £1 for it. Is that blatant exploitation or providing a beverage at a reasonable price in a place you're at with somewhere warm and dry to sit and staff to serve you with crockery, tea spoons, sugar and milk? You tell me what's right?
I supply auto components, I also provide some level of tech advice, ensuring my customer gets the correct part for their requirement. I provide post purchase back up as well. I provide a serviced/tech product sale and make a few £s for my trouble/time/effort/knowledge, is that somehow wrong in your world. Should I supply at cost?
FYI I walk a path I'm comfortable with thank you