Is the word "seconds" used correctly in this context:
Svetlana: For quite a long time the supermarket allowed its customers to buy goods on hire purchase and on approval. As a result, the supermarket didnít generate enough profit.
Sergei: Well, from my point of you, thatís very sensible of the management to launch this campaign. I only hope the supermarket isnít going to sell foreign-made seconds to attract customers.
Svetlana: There is no way we can predict. Let me show you some real bargains.
Our book of idioms gives the following definition of "sell seconds"-sell goods which have a small defect or shop-soiled.
Thank you in advance.
"Point of view," not "point of you."