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An Understated Dominance By Marina Vittori Chapter 542


Chapter 542

Florence was sure that Dustin was merely refusing to help them.

Just then, Julie thought of an idea and said, “Dustin, didn’t you say that those buildings are worth a lot? We’ll sell them to you right now so that you can make a lot of money. What do you think?”

“That’s right!” Florence echoed. “You should buy them since you seem so interested. That’ll benefit both of us.”

“This is your opportunity. How could I take it away from you?” Dustin refused politely.

“It’s alright. We’re a family. We’ll be happy if you make money too.” Florence coaxed enthusiastically, gleeful to have found a scapegoat.

“She’s right, Dustin. Don’t worry about it. You shouldn’t miss such a great opportunity.”

“Exactly. Just remember to treat us to a meal when you get rich.”

Everyone smiled so sweetly and acted extremely enthusiastically after finding such a dumb scapegoat.

“Are you sure you want to sell them to me?” Dustin pressed.

“Of course! We won’t take a single penny from you. We just want you to return the principal.” Florence frantically nodded.

“Are you sure you won’t regret your decision?” Dustin raised an eyebrow.

“I swear it on my life!” Florence swore.

“She’s right. We swear it on our lives.” The others echoed.

“Alright, then. I’ll buy them.” Dustin smiled. There’s no reason for him to refuse free money.

“Are you crazy? Those buildings are worthless! Why would you purchase them?” Dahlia couldn’t watch this go on anymore. She didn’t expect him to actually buy them.

“We should let him buy them if that’s what he wants. Why are you stopping him?” Julie grumbled.

“She’s right. You shouldn’t stop him from earning big money.” Florence shot her daughter a look, telling her to not stop him from being their scapegoat, or they would lose all their

money.

“Enough!” Dahlia frowned. “I don’t care if you try to swindle others, but I won’t allow you to do that to Dustin!”

“We’re not forcing him to buy them; he volunteered.” Julie huffed.

“Don’t buy them, Dustin!” Dahlia warned.

“They’ll be worth a lot of money soon. Just trust me.” Dustin smiled tiredly.

“They’re obviously trying to scam you. Why won’t you listen to me?” Dahlia was frustrated at how stubborn he was being.

“Let them be. I have enough money anyway.” Dustin remained unaffected.

“You!” Furious, she spat. “Fine! Do as you please. I don’t care anymore!” She walked over to the other bed and sat down angrily, ignoring him.

“Forget about her, Dustin. Let’s continue our discussion. Oh, right. James? Hurry up and print out the contract. We should get this over with today.” Florence tugged on Dustin’s arm, worried he might escape.

“No problem!” With twinkling eyes, James dashed out of the room.

“I’ll prepare a contract too.” Julie quickly followed suit.

The contracts were signed twenty minutes later. Dustin received the title deeds, while Florence and the others got back their money.

As soon as they received the money, Florence and the others began cackling and jeering at Dustin, whom they believed was an idiot. They marveled at the idiot they found.

An Understated Dominance By Marina Vittori Chapter 542

An Understated Dominance By Marina Vittori Chapter 542

Chapter 542 Florence was sure that Dustin was merely refusing to help them.
Just then, Julie thought of an idea and said, “Dustin, didn’t you say that those buildings are worth a lot? We’ll sell them to you right now so that you can make a lot of money. What do you think?”
“That’s right!” Florence echoed. “You should buy them since you seem so interested. That’ll benefit both of us.” “This is your opportunity. How could I take it away from you?” Dustin refused politely. “It’s alright. We’re a family. We’ll be happy if you make money too.” Florence coaxed enthusiastically, gleeful to have found a scapegoat. “She’s right, Dustin. Don’t worry about it. You shouldn’t miss such a great opportunity.” “Exactly. Just remember to treat us to a meal when you get rich.” Everyone smiled so sweetly and acted extremely enthusiastically after finding such a dumb scapegoat. “Are you sure you want to sell them to me?” Dustin pressed. “Of course! We won’t take a single penny from you. We just want you to return the principal.” Florence frantically nodded. “Are you sure you won’t regret your decision?” Dustin raised an eyebrow. “I swear it on my life!” Florence swore. “She’s right. We swear it on our lives.” The others echoed. “Alright, then. I’ll buy them.” Dustin smiled. There’s no reason for him to refuse free money. “Are you crazy? Those buildings are worthless! Why would you purchase them?” Dahlia couldn’t watch this go on anymore. She didn’t expect him to actually buy them.
“We should let him buy them if that’s what he wants. Why are you stopping him?” Julie grumbled. “She’s right. You shouldn’t stop him from earning big money.” Florence shot her daughter a look, telling her to not stop him from being their scapegoat, or they would lose all their money. “Enough!” Dahlia frowned. “I don’t care if you try to swindle others, but I won’t allow you to do that to Dustin!” “We’re not forcing him to buy them; he volunteered.” Julie huffed. “Don’t buy them, Dustin!” Dahlia warned. “They’ll be worth a lot of money soon. Just trust me.” Dustin smiled tiredly. “They’re obviously trying to scam you. Why won’t you listen to me?” Dahlia was frustrated at how stubborn he was being. “Let them be. I have enough money anyway.” Dustin remained unaffected. “You!” Furious, she spat. “Fine! Do as you please. I don’t care anymore!” She walked over to the other bed and sat down angrily, ignoring him. “Forget about her, Dustin. Let’s continue our discussion. Oh, right. James? Hurry up and print out the contract. We should get this over with today.” Florence tugged on Dustin’s arm, worried he might escape. “No problem!” With twinkling eyes, James dashed out of the room. “I’ll prepare a contract too.” Julie quickly followed suit. The contracts were signed twenty minutes later. Dustin received the title deeds, while Florence and the others got back their money.
As soon as they received the money, Florence and the others began cackling and jeering at Dustin, whom they believed was an idiot. They marveled at the idiot they found.

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