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The Community Perspective on Reselling

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  • LegoboyLegoboy 100km furtherMember Posts: 8,831
    rocao said:

    Ok, football has started. See you guys much much later tonight. Go niners!

    Football as in 'rugby for girls' or soccer? [dives for cover]
    margot
  • cheshirecatcheshirecat Member Posts: 5,332
    edited January 2014
    And when does the 'boys playing rounders' season start?

    Only joking, involve American sports much to my wife's annoyance when we're on holiday. Seemingly there's something on almost every night between hockey and baseball.
  • CCCCCC UKMember Posts: 19,759
    Legoboy said:

    rocao said:

    Ok, football has started. See you guys much much later tonight. Go niners!

    Football as in 'rugby for girls' or soccer? [dives for cover]
    Soccer as in 'rugby for ballerinas'?
    pharmjod
  • LegoboyLegoboy 100km furtherMember Posts: 8,831
    Chang405 said:

    Legoboy said:

    Chang405 said:

    5 per order? per lifetime? per day? per week? per month? per year? I am having a hard time figuring that out. I may not be a professor of English literature, but I do hold a PhD in Biology. So does that make me a douchebag or maybe I am just dumb.

    You don't appear to be a dumb nor a douchebag so won't treat you as one. :o)

    My background is Building Surveying for which I have a degree. Whereas I am no expert in anything other than, I do work with solicitors for probably half of my working day and am responsible for approving what seems to be an endless amount of contracts weekly. I know there are solicitors that read these forums so I welcome them to correct me if I'm wrong.

    Bear with me a second, as this is only my belief without proof or qualification behind it. Had the request or restriction been a legally binding contract, I only spot three conditions in it. The first being customer, the second being household and the third being 2/5 (whatever the limit is).

    Again, had it been a contract we were dealing with, given the conditions don't relate to timescales, no, it wouldn't matter if a day had passed or a week or a year. The contracted restriction would remain until one of the variables had changed. In the scenarios we're dealing with, the customer hasn't hanged, nor the household nor the quantity. Nothing's changed. With that, there is nothing that can be relied upon to legally allow the buyer to buy more. There isn't a variable/condition that allows the purchaser to buy more than the contracted amount at any time.
    Flumpy, I appreciate this reasoned response. I can see how one can read the limit to be X per lifetime. I don't have a problem with that reading on principle. It's just that we don't know if Lego's definition is similar to yours.
    Actually, tell you what. Why don't we ask them? I'm probably not the best equipped to, but would anybody care to draft the short yet precise question with the intention of putting it to the CEE team on the front page?
    Chang405Yellowcastle
  • TheLoneTensorTheLoneTensor MericaMember Posts: 3,950
    edited January 2014
    Chang405 said:

    @TheLoneTensor

    I went back and reread the Walmart glitch thread. You were the only person who voiced any objections to taking advantage of that "deal" and you got 2 likes. I think this is certainly a far cry to the response to the reseller issue, wouldn't you agree?

    I'm glad you finally got around to thoroughly reading the thread you so authoritatively referenced before ;)

    Seriously though, you're right that the backlash there was a far cry from what's happening here. I can't explain why some people do or don't do the things they choose. I can only choose which things I will watch go by, and those at which I will bark a noise.

    Oh, and stop calling it "the reseller issue." That alone indicates you're really not following the gist of what this thread has been about this last week.
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