“Why raise hell against those who didn’t push through with the transaction? Why waste a lot of time and effort against that one person.”
To release their feelings.
Heck, bogus buyers are really frustrating. You set aside time to entertain them, you even use other resources, you buy a load, etc, then one day before, or even 2 hours before your meeting, they’ll text you they won’t buy anymore? That’s really frustrating.
If the buyer can’t really commit, it would be better if he wouldn’t place his order. Don’t say something you can’t do!
Did you know, dear nasty bogus buyers, that there is a law that can be used against you? I’ve just read about it yesterday because one of my subjects for this semester is Law.
Art.1599, if I remember correctly*. It says that if you cancel your order after you and the seller have agreed about the thing that should be delivered, you are required to pay for the damages brought because of the cancellation.
Unfortunately, this law is hard to apply specially here on the internet where almost everyone’s anonymous. I badly wish there’s an ID system here on the internet.
In the meantime, we’ll use Facebook as ID.