So according to some posts here every time you go into a store if you don't buy you're waisting the salesperson time?
That is lunacy. How many times have you gone into a store to research between several products. I have done this many times. I had no intention of buying so i was waisting the sales person time?
I don't normally go into a store with one and only one model that I'm looking at. I touch, play, look and listen. Then go home and do more reading as i narrow down what i want. So every time I do this I'm waisting a sales persons time?
yes, unless you give that salesperson an opportunity for the sale, then no
I thought that was their job to help us decide what to buy based on our needs, and what we can afford.
So when you buy a car you must have bought from the first dealer you went to, don't want to waste the sales person time.
I must be an a@@H%^& I went to a Ford, Chevy, Lexus and Toyota and only bought from one of them. I can't believe I wasted those sales persons time. Don't know how I will live with myself.
I'm sure you'll find a way.
...anywho, this discussion as sidetracked completely. The original debate was not about shopping like this poster is describing. It was about someone going in a store purposely tying up a salesperson that's trying to make a living and turning around leaving without even trying to give that salesperson a chance for the sale, not shopping and then buy from one of the place you visited.