As of a certain point, during a conversation with a potential buyer, you end up understanding that you’re just wasting your time.
In other words, that there’s no way you’ll be able to seal the deal and that further back and forth discussions are useless.
I don’t give up easily but in some cases, even though I’m a pretty polite/reasonable guy, I stop replying. For example:
1) If the other party starts using foul language
2) If we’re waaaaaaaay too far apart price-wise
3) If we had something like a formal or even informal agreement and the other party blatantly and shamelessly disregarded it
4) If it’s clear to me that the other party is a time waster and not a buyer (in other words, if he/she constantly asks an overwhelming number of questions and seems focused on everything aside from sealing the deal)
… you get the point.
In most cases, the other party will give up after a follow-up email or two and occasionally, after having a chance to “cool down”, the person in question changes his/her attitude. If that happens, then on a case by case basis, I may decide to start communicating again.
Those of you who know me are well aware of the fact that I’m very calm, polite and reasonable.
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