- Boomerang Method
- hurling a buyer's objection back as a reason for buying. If, for example, a buyer objects that he or she cannot afford the item, a salesperson might answer, 'Yes, but can you afford not to buy it?'; sometimes referred to as the Translation Method.
- See: Objections
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