This Man Ought to’ve Paid His Lease. We purchased an deserted storage unit for $1,200. At first we had been slightly nervous spending that a lot cash on a complete gamble but it surely positive did repay! We had been NOT prepared for what we had been about to seek out inside! OUR EBAY STORE: Contact: [email protected] Fan Mail: PO BOX 402 Epping, NH 03042

20 Replies to “I Found His INHERITANCE in This Storage Unit”

  1. minuto 15:00 , entiendo que hay formas de reprogramar (resetear) la clave de la caja fuerte. entretenido video. exitos.

  2. If I owned a storage facility, I would try to be nice and hold the stuff as long as possible until that unit was near to be the next one available to rent out. Then, it has to go because it would be costing me.

  3. Great video. Congratulations. Thanks for sharing Your Adventures. From Toronto Ontario Canada πŸ˜€ πŸ‘ ❀️ πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ πŸ‡¨πŸ‡¦ β™₯️ πŸ’―πŸ’―

  4. I know this sounds crazy. If you call Sentry, they will send you the key to get in. Just remember you lost the key when you call. They will need the model of the safe. The other way is go to LOCK PICKING LAWYER YouTube channel and chances are he has opened one or similar before and show how. Keep up the great content!

  5. Nice unit ! Congratulations guysπŸ™‹ that’s a huge scoreπŸ”₯ . Really pleased for you both x . Im happy with a Polly Pocket bundle i picked up for free to take locally near me last week sold 1 set for Β£70 rest on auction. ☺

  6. Hey Ryan all the muhaul trucks do come with a Dolly for next to 30 bucks extra 30 bucks and also do you have a pull out ramp on that truck so you shouldn’t have lifted up that safe by yourself I’ll use a dollar man

  7. I’d be checking out early osteoporosis.. lol..and on the safe it’s a 100buck..invest in a magnet or if the serial number is on it 30 bucks from sentry or that company that does those things..can’t remember their the empty boxes..thnx storage facilities for rifling them first πŸ€” πŸ˜‰ πŸ˜€ 😜

  8. This video is a good example of why I try to avoid watching storage unit videos. The prices they claim to be able to sell items for don’t reflect reality. I’ve been doing storage auctions for 30+ years and I’d expect to recoup about $400-$500 from this unit.
    The only value this video has is showing people new to storage unit auctions how you should bid based upon what you can see, not what you hope is in there.

    1. Isn’t storage unit buying always a gamble? This one just happened to pay off. πŸ€·πŸΌβ€β™‚οΈ Can’t get the big scores without paying up imo

    2. @Thrift Mine No, it isn’t always a gamble. You bid based upon what you see. After 30+ years of doing this, experience clearly shows that those who “gamble” don’t last long. Same for those who claim ridiculous values for what they find. I was chuckling from the start at your “values” and quit watching entirely when you claimed an ancient win7 laptop had a value of $30. I want the name of the sucker who paid $30 for a laptop that was worth $0!!

    3. @Thrift Mine Sure you did. We saw a wave of suckers show up at storage unit auctions when the fake TV shows came out. We’re seeing another wave of suckers due to the fake YouTube channels. Eventually they all learn the hard way how they got played. As PT Barnum said – there’s a sucker born every minute!

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