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usmcbmw


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Joined: 10/27/2007 14:05:37
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Would you rather skimp on quality to save money or do you feel that you save more money in the long run by buying quality products with lasting power?
milksodapop


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Joined: 10/29/2007 18:29:16
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I think people save money by buying longer lasting products because even though they are more expensive, they are made better, and you won't need to keep replacing it. I bought a coat that was made in china that was pretty cheap and 2 buttons fell off in the 1st month, sometime after that I bought a coat on this web site and I couldn't be any happier!

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I've always found that paying extra for quality not only get you a longer wearing product but also a better fitting one too.





Gasoline is just too high and I don't have any disposable cash.

I'll need to buy fewer quality American products.




No way. It will cost you later !
Sally



Joined: 10/29/2007 08:56:08
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I think it deends on the item. When it comes to your health and safety, skiming is not the answer. There are times when you do not need to buy the highest priced item since there is no difference such as with milk, and other food products. Some gourmet products are an exception.
 
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