What's the last purchase you made where you immediately felt Buyer's Remorse upon returning home from the store?
For me it was a laptop I bought in November. While not immediate, I'm now realizing that was not a necessary purchase at that point in time.
Did it have to do with just spending the money-- or actually the product not performing as expected?
A new pair of boots. Remorse for a second but everytime I wear them I know why I bought them.
HAHAHA can college count.... I think I overpaid.
But on a smaller scale, I'd go with a purse I bought unnecessarily.
The first time I bought an ebook on online marketing, *shudder*.
I learned my lesson from that one right there.
I am hoping that I do not suffer buyers remorse after I spend nearly $1000 on a digital camera!
Pretty much almost everything at Christmas. I felt sick for like a week. Why do I always overspend??
Huh! Buyers remorse - post purchase dissonance - I experience it so often I've lost count. Don't know why I get it but I experience it far too often - counselling perhaps?
I bought milk today and when I got home I realized it went out of date yesterday!
by Patricia Scott 6 years ago
What was the last thing you bought that caused you to experience buyer's remorse?Have you gotten home with some THING and wondered why??? For what did I buy this?
by CWanamaker 7 years ago
Do you ever feel the sense of regret after making a purchase?That is to say, do you ever suffer from buyer's remorse?
by Kannan Reddy 3 years ago
I'm not taking any names. I find it annoying at times. Our thoughts and messages can be given effectively without the use of smileys or emoticons.Your opinion and thoughts why you do or don't use them?
by AdsenseStrategies 8 years ago
One topic I have never seen mentioned on these threads is that of religious guilt.Isn't that one of the reasons that people leave their religions behind, however?Does religion make you feel guilty a lot? Did you belong to a religion and left it because of the guilt
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