Which one of these is not a smart way to negotiate? Make counteroffers by phone or in person, so you can use your powers of persuasion Go in knowing the maximum you're willing to pay Learn about the seller's needs and try to accommodate them Add a personal letter to your offer Continue 80r 888 -FS 2 3 4
The correct answer is option A. i.e., Make counteroffers by phone or in person, so you can use your powers of persuasion Explanation: Negotiation refers to the situation in which both buyer and seller come a price, after discussion, which is acceptable by both the parties. Persuasion refers to the convincing the party, mostly unwillingly. So, making counteroffer and use the power of persuasion is not the right way to negotiate.