|Originally posted by AMMORA |
if you've been lucky enough to deal with an honest dealer in the past that actually weighs and divides according to gross price, you're lucky.
in all my experience, when you say you want a 20, you get a gram. thats why 60 for 3.54 grams is a "deal" when you buy from guys who dish it out like this. you get the extra .54/g for free on that logic.
its pretty standard pricing for midwest sticky...don't be too bummed, you really didn't get ripped, you just didn't know the system he was using.
in cleveland if i want something REAL nice i pay 60+ easy.
Not really true. Most, if not all, people I usually buy from give me the exact weight proportional to the amount I paid, based on the price of an eighth. Some won't even take off a small piece if they have given me a little too much.
|Originally posted by idoru |
Yeah. In my experience, it's completely acceptable to ask someone to weigh it out in front of you. If you think you're getting screwed when you're picking up then just ask. If it comes up short, either they'll give you more and you'll never buy from them again, or you can just walk out. You only get screwed if you let yourself get screwed.
I agree, thats why I said it was partly my fault. I could have easily walked away. But I didn't, not really that anxious about it. Its just a little money and weed.
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