One WOMEN revealed how she makes money looking for items in a charity shop, but people quickly stoned her.
Chloe Gonzales posted videos on TikTokwhere it has been viewed more than 400 thousand times.
She often posts videos of her hunt for resale bargains online, though she also keeps a few pieces to decorate her apartment.
In the video, she shared how she bought a mid-century floor lamp for just £20 and resell it for £100.
She also bought the iconic 90s smiley mug for just 74p and resold it online for £7.30.
Chloe knows how to find a good item in a thrift store, in another video she finds a green glass vase for £2.90.
When searching for similar items online, she found a blue version that retails for £58.
Second-hand stores often sell second-hand goods for cheap, and many in her TikTok comments have linked buying secondhand to people living in low-income households.
While many people make a living selling goods they find and raising prices to resell, it seems some users on TikTok are unimpressed.
One user wrote: “Scam at its best.”
Another asked: “Don’t you feel guilty about that?”
“I understand that you want money but why leave the hard stuff to people who can’t afford it.” Said a third person.
“Just another person makes thrift stores even more inaccessible for low-income families.” Added another user.
While there are users who are annoyed by Chloe’s antics, there are still some who don’t see anything wrong with what she’s doing.
One person wrote: “I used to work at a thrift store and to be honest… Did you know! The amount of stuff lying on the last shelf in the dump is bogus anyway.”
“Loved seeing it.” Wrote another user.
Many people have resold returned pallet items, a couple managed to cover their mortgage payment.
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https://www.the-sun.com/lifestyle/4607479/find-charity-shop-bargains-sell-them-people-slam-scammer/ I found bargains at the charity shop and sold them on it, I once bought a lamp for £20 and made £100