"There is hardly anything in the world that does not make somebody a little worse off and could sell something cheaper, and the people who are only price oriented will be the just prey of such machinations.
It's unwise to pay too much, but it's even worse to pay too little. If you pay too much, you lose some money, that's all. On the other hand, if you pay too little, you sometimes lose everything, because the purchased item can not fulfill its intended purpose. The law of the economy forbids to receive much value for little money. If you accept the lowest bid, you will have to pay a little for the risk you take
should be expected. And if you do that, then you also have enough money to pay for something special."
John Ruskin English social reformer (1819-1900)