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Why are people so against online selling that they attack the personal constitution of the seller?

Discussion in 'Tes Authors' Group' started by languagesforfuture, Jun 26, 2018.

  1. languagesforfuture

    languagesforfuture New commenter

    It's like you literally become an agent of the Devil and you're probably going to embezzle the money that you make selling resources online. You'll probably end up in jail in a few years from now. Etc...

    I don't understand the venom. I mean if you hold yourself to a higher ethical or moral standard, that's great - don't sell any resources. Plenty of sellers willing to fill that gap in the market that you leave by not selling.

    But to question those people's moral sanity over an economic activity that has nothing to do with morals is a bit much.

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