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When an item has an original price listed, is it the true original value of the item?
asked by Debra D. on 2/20/17
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Hi Debra,

Tophatter has very strict guidelines in place that require sellers to accurately describe items. If you have a question about a specific price you see please write our support directly so we can investigate. They can be reached at tophatter.com/support. Thank you!
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Clearly this company is misleading their customers. The suggested retail that is crossed out at the bottom of the item up for auction is incredibly inflated.
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In my opinion, take any answers given by Felicia with caution! She is employed by tophatter, I can't say she is lying but take all of her answers remove the company crud and there might be some truth,. Haha...not
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Here is the response from Tophatter "customer service" after i found out that the $1299.00 drone i "won" actually sells for around $50.00 on several other web sites: The struck out price which appears alongside the bidding amount is a guide based on suggested retail price and typical selling price on this platform.

In other words, because all the prices for drones on this site are inflated these inflated prices become the suggested retail price for this site. Caveat Emptor
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LOL NO IT IS NOT I HAVE LAUGHED AT THE PRICES THEY SAY IT COSTS AND WHAT A GREAT DISCOUNT YOU ARE GETTING STARTED TO BUY FROM HERE AND DECIDED NOT TOO CHEAP JUNK IS WHAT IS BEING SOLD DONT FALL FOR THIS SITE
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