International Formation Specialists
There is hardly something in this world, which could not be made a little worse by possibly someone and sold somewhat more cheaply, and which humans orient themselves at the price, the fair booty of such machinations becomes.
It is un intelligently to pay too much but it is still worse to pay too few.
If you pay too much, lose something money, that are everything. If you pay too little against it, sometimes lose everything, since the bought article cannot fulfil course-meant task to it.
The law of the economy forbids it obtaining for little money much value. If you accept the lowest offer, you must include something for the risk, which you are received.
And if you do that, then you have also enough money, in order to pay for something better.
John Ruskin, English social reformer (1819-1900)