Apprentice reject launches her own site selling BROKEN goods

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A broken iPhone - one of the items that could be sold on faultystuff.co.uk
A broken iPhone - one of the items that could be sold on faultystuff.co.uk

An Apprentice reject has defied the show and gone it alone – by setting up her own website selling BROKEN goods.

Maggie Brown, 30, had auditioned for the hit BBC show several times but never had the chance to impress Sir Alan Sugar.

The would-be entrepreneur now believes she can make a fortune with her new site FaultyStuff.co.uk.

A broken iPhone - one of the items that could be sold on faultystuff.co.uk
A broken iPhone – one of the items that could be sold on faultystuff.co.uk

The site has a similar format to eBay – but only allows faulty or broken items.

Maggie said: ‘We all have a drawer with a broken mobile phone in it, now there’s a dedicated place to sell it.

‘I’ve done the whole website myself and am really proud of what I’ve acheived. The site is environmentally friendly; we want less going to landfill.

‘We also want people to make money out of things they have no use for, the buyers are people who could fix the item or use it for spares, everyone’s a winner.’

The site currently has two listings – for a pair of broken hair straighteners for £24.99 and faulty phone charger for £9.99.

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