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    Sorry, I will not buy

    When a salesperson shows the item I am looking for, I decide not to buy.

    Is it polite to say “Sorry, I will not buy”?

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    Re: Sorry, I will not buy

    That;s OK, but more natural would be "That's not what I want".

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