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to think that the people who buy the end product on "money for nothing" are being given ripped off.

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caroline161 Sat 13-May-17 08:14:12

So this woman rescues these things from the tip, takes them to an expert to be expensively upcycled and then she flogs them on to people/mugs for vastly increased prices who must also be wearing the emperor's new clothes. Sometimes the upcycled item isn't much of an improvement to be honest.

caroline161 Sat 13-May-17 08:14:51

Sorry I mean being ripped off...typo.

Bubblesagain Sat 13-May-17 08:20:43

They're worth whatever people are willing to pay really, I wouldn't say ripped off, no one is forced to buy them.

LadyCallandraDaviot Sat 13-May-17 08:42:03

I've only watched it once, but one of the items didn't sell at all, and the others sold to shops/dealers - so they presumably think they can sell it for more

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