I am Frustrated!
How do I choose a Catalytic Converter Buyer when I don’t truly know the value of my converters & ALL of the Buyers claim to have the Highest Prices and the “Best Deal”?

I am Frustrated!
How do I choose a Catalytic Converter Buyer when I don’t truly know the value of my converters & ALL of the Buyers claim to have the Highest Prices and the “Best Deal”?

CG:

Bingo! Bullseye! You asked the question that MOST Converter Sellers struggle with EVERY TIME they sell their scrap catalytic converters.

SV:

This is a very big issue for Sellers, they are constantly struggling with this question and unfortunately MOST of them have not figured out an answer that satisfies them. Every time I hear about Sellers struggling with this it reminds me of the Story of King Solomon.

MB:
Who was King Solomon?
SV:

Solomon was a King of Israel in the Old Testament. And as unbelievable as it may sound, Solomon was in a situation, much like Converter Sellers are today. King Solomon had to make a decision, but unfortunately, he had no independent facts on which he could rely upon to make that decision. He only had the testimony of two women that were both making the same claim.

MB:
What? How am I, a converter Seller, like a King?
SV:

I know it sounds like a stretch but stay with me. King Solomon was asked to rule on a conflict between two women both claiming to be the mother of a baby.

As the story goes, the two Mothers lived in the same house, where each mother cared for an infant son. One of the babies died, and each woman identified the remaining baby as her own.

Solomon was in a difficult spot. He had no independent witnesses to support either of their claims. He only had the testimony of the woman, both claiming to be the Mother of the baby.

MB:
OK, I see where you are going. This is exactly what a converter Seller deals with, we get the same story from every buyer, that they are the “best deal”, but I don’t have any way of knowing this. We have no information other than their claims, we also do not have any “independent facts”.
CG:

Exactly! Converter Sellers deal with this all the time. One buyer says he is the best, another buyer says he is the best. It is extremely tough for converter Sellers to make a non-emotional decision without having anything other than their claims.

MB:
So, how did Solomon solve his problem?
SV:

To solve the conflict, Solomon ordered the Mothers to cut the baby in two, with each woman receiving half of the baby.

The first Mother was content with Solomon's decision, indicating that if she couldn't have the baby, then neither of them should. However, the second Mother pleaded with him saying: “Please, my King, give the first Mother the whole baby. Please don’t kill him!"

Solomon’s wisdom helped him identify the real Mother.

MB:
Are you suggesting we cut the converters in half and give a portion to each buyer? See if a Buyer loves the converters enough to protest that?
SV:

Well, that is an interesting approach, but no. I am suggesting that we look deeper at King Solomon’s “decision” and ask, “Given that Solomon certainly had no intention of cutting the child in half, what was Solomon trying to accomplish with his demand to the Mothers?”

MB:
I guess he was trying to figure out who loved the child the most.
CG:

Exactly! King Solomon knew that the real Mother would love and value the child and would never agree to such a solution.

MB:
So… How does this help me selling my converters?
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