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10 Times The Pawn Stars Got Scammed

10 Times The Pawn Stars Got Scammed


10 Times The Pawn Stars Got Scammed



From getting scammed to getting unlucky, these are some of the worst deals ever made on the show, Pawn Stars.

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10 Times The Pawn Stars Got Scammed

Hobo Baggins - 6 months ago

Does Top Trending reply to comments at all? Just a question

patrick doheney - 6 months ago

glad they dont make this show anymore got tired of seeing them rip off people

Alfa Painting - 6 months ago

Con artist all .

Dr Faustus - 6 months ago

Click-baiting whoreson

Brandon Toad - 6 months ago

con man = great business man.
Trump!

Bioshock Menolly - 6 months ago

You do know that Old Man is dead right?

Tommy Van Dame - 6 months ago

Dem bitches from icarly

Donald Duck - 6 months ago

I cant say pawn shop without someone being a dumbass and saying pOrN sHoP?

Ramen On Wheels - 6 months ago

You win some and you lose some

The 23rd Horse - 6 months ago

It’s called Gold and Silver and not Silver and Gold pawn shop…get the basics right moron.

thunderson 280 - 6 months ago

Newton didnt die in 1927

Merica Freedomland - 6 months ago

Well now there is only 2 generations at that pawn shop…..

amanda Derp - 6 months ago

Do they not google this stuff first lol that’s why they bring in “experts”

amanda Derp - 6 months ago

Issac Newton died in 1727

Respawn Plays - 6 months ago

I have the most rare pokemon card

All I can do is 10$

Bonechip - 6 months ago

3:27 Vaulted in Trinity College in…. Dublin.
Yes, well I suppose after being alive for 285 years one of England's greatest physicists might be forgiven for going mad and giving his collection to the Irish.
It's Trinity College, Cambridge.
Still, God Bless Isaac Newton 1643 – 1927. Hats off to the researcher for this video.

oliidp - 6 months ago

2:55 he died in 1727

Baxter James - 6 months ago

I love all this anger at Rick for lowballing and “cheating” people! Know the value of your stuff!! Do some research!! And if it’s ordinary stuff, our policy at Sols was about 10 cents on the dollar and that on what we sell it for, that’s why you can have a new Milwaukee compound mitre saw 12”, retails about 3-400 , I’m giving you 30$, take it or walk, no haggling, that’s for tv.

Ursula Hall - 6 months ago

Cool these guys need wake up calls

Ursula Hall - 6 months ago

RIP off merchants

Sarah Walton - 6 months ago

"Wow! A book from Newton's library on a topic in which we only recently discovered he had an interest! *Best take it to a Las Vegas pawn shop.*"
WTF

Brett Ward - 6 months ago

I didn’t know Isaac Newton was 400 years old

Alexander Lykke - 6 months ago

You motherfucking clickbaiting dumbass cunts

Levi R - 6 months ago

they knew that the willi mays jersey wasnt worn in games

Lary Glengarry - 6 months ago

The "bad karma" business, appropriate for white trash like this crew.

Syd Clark - 6 months ago

Let me get this right. This Willie Mays suit was fake. The seller scammed the shop (knowingly or not, commiting fraud). So the shop knew it was fake, but sold it anyway???? I thought Rick stood behind everything in the shop. Why wasn't he prosecute for fraud/larceny?

wakers wakers - 6 months ago

2:57 he said Isaac Newton died in 1927, they didn’t teach you their bullshit well

LodiTX - 6 months ago

When you send an item to auction you can set a minimum price. You can tell the auction house you won't accept less than $1000 or whatever. When the item is offered if the bids don't reach that minimum amount the auctioneer states that the minimum set by the seller was not reached and the item is withdrawn.

Joe Cosenza - 6 months ago

Bunch of crooks…STAY AWAY

Evan D - 6 months ago

R.I.P The Old Man, you will be missed

You_mad bro Add me on fortnite - 6 months ago

Old man is dead he can no longer scam people

AllAmerican Rager - 6 months ago

You could top ten yourself in the biggest typos, missed opportunities for proof reading, and incorrect numbers and dates at the rate you are going. It’s funny that you rag on people for being unprofessional. (Mistakes not just in this video as well).

XxlargemanxX - 6 months ago

Does my heart good to see them get ripped.

Kevin Matthews - 6 months ago

I think this voice is a really good robot. mostly sounds like BS

Jack Collins - 6 months ago

Anyone notice that he said 800 dollars at around 5:15 but showed 8000 dollars

Isabel Araya - 6 months ago

Old man WAS… not IS…

1990cb7 Honda - 6 months ago

I’m happy when they get screwed over

Zelany Sáenz M. - 6 months ago

I'm pretty sure Isaac Newton didn' die in 1927

Sam Wells - 6 months ago

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Wuqz - 6 months ago

THEY SOLD A FAKE JERSEY FOR $19K !?

Lone Wanderer - 6 months ago

Newton died in 1927.

Munozl360 - 6 months ago

so rick bought diamonds for 40k that wrre stolen. the guy was cuaght and thrown in jail. howcome they werent able to recouoe the money if the police know who it was?

Mark Giles - 6 months ago

1727 🤨 HOW MANY MORE TIMES 😱

kacper - 6 months ago

Me ; Rick man I've a gram of serious crushed ecstasy

Rick : the highest Ill go is 5

Howzer The man - 6 months ago

Compared to those cunts on hardcore pawn the Harrison’s pay decent money.

The Grxffin - 6 months ago

Next video: Top 25 Things Said By Someone On The Sidewalk

XoeOx - 6 months ago

That has to be the dumbest thing ever to sell that book for $7,000, especially if it is verified. No way in hell should a person have sold that book even for $20,000.

Get Rekd - 6 months ago

STAGED 100% FAKE….

Get Rekd - 6 months ago

1727 Not 1927……

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