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You want value for money. But how do you know you are going to get it? Typically, you don't. You have to hand over the money first and then hope that everything the company said in their sales and marketing was true.
But what normally happens after you buy something?
You find out they exaggerated or outright lied about how good the product or service was in order to get you to buy it. Then you feel cheated. You might even blame yourself, thinking you should have known better.
Instead of hyping something up to the point that you are convinced to buy it, what if you got the product first and then (if it was any good) you paid for it?
Better yet, what if you paid the amount you felt it was worth?
The only reason you do that is because you don't fully believe what the company says about their own product. You want to know other people's opinions to avoid buying something that turns out to be a disappointment.
Instead of paying money before getting the value, you get the full value first and then pay the money, only after you have acquired the full value of the product by consuming it.
Having a fixed price doesn't make any sense because the value of a product differs from person to person. If everyone pays the same price but doesn't get the same value, that's not fair is it?
So once you've consumed a product of ours and have received the full value, then you make an honest assessment of what it's worth to you, then pay us that amount.
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