PS5 / Xbox Series : il crée un service pour les scalpers et s’attire les foudres d’internet

PS5/Xbox Series: Creates a Service for Speculators and Draws Internet Outrage

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Buying a PS5 or Xbox Series at a record price to resell it at a higher price is an elaborate technology that has become particularly democratic with the current shortage of new generation consoles. And some really benefit from it.

€64,000 per month for scalping

Scalping has been a raging process since the advent of the PS5 and Xbox Series: you realize there’s a huge shortage currently in progress, which makes it very difficult to find Sony and Microsoft consoles in the commerce. Some have understood this and have taken advantage of it to buy them completely legally at the standard price before anyone else, before reselling them at a much higher price to individuals who are eager to get them. A technology that puts customers at a disadvantage and unbalances the market somewhat, widening the disparities: thus we find many PlayStation 5 consoles priced at 800 euros, or even much higher at times.

Those who exercise this “trading show” are called speculators and in England they are no exception to the rule. Based on this very principle, Jack Bayless created Aftermarker Arbitrage, a very special platform for those involved.And for good reason: All subscribers are immediately notified to stock PS5 and Xbox Series stock (among other things), to buy them at regular prices before anyone else and resell them for profit. only consideration, The fee for a subscription to the platform is 30 pounds (36 euros).

currently, Bayliss has at least 1,500 subscribers, which gives her monthly sales of… 64,830 euros. Which is a huge amount that inevitably raises the crowds, even the TV channel Sky News Take care of his case. In an interview, he presents his vision of things, which probably won’t please everyone.

Image credit: Jack Bayliss/Sky News

PS5/Xbox Series: Creates a Service for Speculators and Draws Internet OutragePS5/Xbox Series: Creates a Service for Speculators and Draws Internet Outrage

Speculators or entrepreneurs?

Speculation is definitely Jack Bayless’s business and he doesn’t hide it. Beyond the generous salary generated thanks to the Arbitrage aftermarket platform, The Briton says the latter encourages a legitimate practice.

For me, owning a PS5 or Xbox isn’t a necessity, it’s a luxury, okay? If you can afford to spend £450, spending an extra £100 should be very marginal.If you have the money ready to invest in it.

Yes, some families will have to pay an extra £100, but what you don’t think is our members: they have 30 consoles, they earn £100 each. And They get a good month’s salary in a few days.

Above all, Bayliss acknowledges that many of his subscribers are “youth”… but he simply creates “business men”.

In fact, they are entrepreneursThey go out, make a side income, and do something that 90% of the population wouldn’t even bother to do.

Now they spend more time with their families and children. We’ve had people who manage to renovate their homes, buy the kids a climbing tire, buy their wives new cars, and buy themselves new ones.

We also had one of our members who had a playing debt of £20,000. We cleaned him. He has been with us for a year, He’s safe now and he’s made, I think, a lot of money.

Obviously, the reactions from the general public are overwhelming. Some people don’t hesitate to call him “cancer” or Martin Shkreli Do Gyming : Whatever some may think, her platform works very well and puts her finger on a societal problem, almost trivial.

In the United States, where the trend is also present, some are trying to turn things around: We’ve been talking to you for a while For an American Democratic representative, he was trying to pass a law to ban speculators. He even had the support of many senators from different states.

What do you think about scalping? Do you understand what Jack Bayliss said?


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