TeachMeFinance.com - explain Caveat Emptor
caveat emptor -- Latin for "let the buyer beware." It refers to the sale of something of value, without a warranty from the seller. The buyer takes all risk of any loss in case of defects in the item sold.
Caveat Emptor -- Let the buyer beware, which is to say the purchaser buys at his own risk.
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