- Nov 23, 2010
Sorry, that's not my problem.Shopkeeper has to pay rent for the shop, electricity at higher rates and also pay the attendants that he employs.
In online, you also get replacement with DOA.But you get the option to check out different products, get the product in your hand the moment you pay and even checking the product for DOA, in case of certain products.
Really bad analogy. Give some freelancer a large project, you will know. I agree 'some' companies charge exorbitantly, but thats the problem within client and company.A free lancer will be much cheaper than contracting a company to write a software for you. And from what I have heard from my friends in the IT industry, even there the companies charge exorbitantly compared to the work that is being done.
To all people who think Amazon/FK/etc is killing B&M shops and so that later they can control prices, what would stop anyone to start B&M shop again with fair prices?