在该市确认第一例Covid-19病例后，大批人涌向商店。Trade Me表示，它将不规范价格，因为人们呼吁该网站停止利用冠状病毒爆发的卖方对抗菌产品的价格欺诈。全国各地的超市对消毒剂和口罩的需求都 很大，其中很多都卖光了。
Twitter用户Victoria Carter呼吁Trade Me阻止其用户以高于其网站零售价的价格出售消毒剂。用东西做广告卡特在推特上说：“我认为您有责任制止这种恐慌情绪和价格欺诈行为，50美元的手消毒剂，价值1/3的肥皂和湿巾的价格。请制止恐慌的一部分。”
一包50个口罩的售价为75美元。 屏幕截图上周在新西兰确认了首例该病毒的病例后不久，就开始储存抗菌产品，该病毒已感染全球83,000多人 。该人是新西兰公民，曾去过伊朗，然后从巴厘岛飞回新西兰。
After the city's first Covid-19 case was confirmed, large numbers of people flocked to the store. Trade Me said it wouldn't regulate prices as people called on the site to stop fraudulent price fraud on antibacterial products by sellers of coronavirus outbreaks. Supermarkets across the country are in high demand for disinfectants and masks, and many of them are sold out.
Twitter user Victoria Carter called on Trade Me to prevent its users from selling disinfectants at prices higher than the retail price of its website. Advertising with things Carter said on Twitter: "I think you have a responsibility to stop this panic and price fraud, a $ 50 hand sanitizer, and a third of the price of soap and wipes. Please stop the panic portion."
But Trade Me said: "We understand that not everyone is drinking tea, but we never regulate the price of goods on the site. Ultimately, these transactions are between voluntary buyers and sellers, and Price transactions. It's just market forces at work. "
A pack of 50 masks sells for $ 75. The screenshots began storing antibacterial products shortly after confirming the first case of the virus in New Zealand last week, and the virus has infected more than 83,000 people worldwide. The person was a New Zealand citizen who had been to Iran and flew back to New Zealand from Bali.
On Sunday, a 500-ml bottle of hand sanitizer typically retails for $ 10, and it sells for $ 27 on Trade Me. A Foodstuffs spokeswoman said most supermarkets near Auckland have been hit by customers storing household necessities.
"We added hundreds of pallets over the weekend, and we estimate that more than 100,000 additional picking boxes were completed in the past weekend," she said. Trade Me users used coronavirus panics to sell masks and hand sanitizers. Commodities are in high demand globally, including hand sanitizers and masks.
"During the weekend, sales of many household necessities increased significantly, including toilet paper, bread and milk. These products are made or manufactured in New Zealand and are not threatened, and shoppers should shop as usual." Inventory enables stores to replenish stock Unnecessarily stressed and delayed, and limiting other shoppers' inventory. "