There are a variety of reasons for the illegal practice of scalping. The most common one being a misunderstanding between the buyer and seller. In fact, this is one of the biggest reasons why people are not informed of scalping.
In order for a buyer/reseller to make out a profit, they might need to spend more money on their goods or services than what the sellers offer to sell their goods or services for.
On the other hand, if the buyers/resellers will only pay for what they want, then they don’t need to spend on their own goods or services. Even in case of fraud, it is likely that those involved in scalping will pay the sellers for the goods that they purchased. While it is not illegal to ask for a higher price or demand a greater amount when you don’t need it, the sellers, who are often the only ones in the market, would be in trouble.
The third reason is actually quite common, people buying services to find out how much they are going to pay. If the price you request gets higher than what’s available, you may end up paying less.
There are many other reasons why people wouldn’t make the mistake of scalping but, we’ll try to discuss them more in future posts.
Welcome to the site for Dr. Robert E. Young, M.D., M.P.H.
Dr. Young is Professor of Endocrinology and Medicine, director of the Division of Endocrinology and Metabolism, and co-director of the Division of Cancer Epidemiology and Genetics at Stony Brook University Hospital and the New York State Cancer Institute. A native of the Caribbean, he received his medical degrees in Medicine and Epidemiology at Tulane University, New Orleans (1975), and in Internal Medicine at Columbia University, New York City (1981). During his career, he has served as the director of the Internal Medicine Unit, Department of Radiology, Stony Brook University Hospital, New York City, and as associate director of the Clinical Research Program in the Division of Cancer Epidemiology and Genetics at the National Cancer Institute (NIH). In 1993 he joined the faculty of the Division of Clinical and Experimental Sciences at New York University (CES). He is also associated with the University of California (UC): the College of Medicine, the Department of Health Care and Public Health, the New York State Cancer Institute, the Division of Genomic Medicine and Research (DGMR), and the Division of
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