When someone says the Latin phrase "caveat emptor," what are they trying to say?
- A. "With good faith"
- B. "Buyer beware"
- C. "Seize the day"
- D. "Give me this for that"
45% of players knew the correct answer: B., "Buyer beware"
"Caveat emptor" is the idea that the buyer alone is responsible for checking the quality of goods, before a purchase is made. In other words, "Let the buyer beware."
Listen and learn more about today's topic with Murray and Tamika.