Hey business is business. Some people are content with finding an outlet for their stuff at a decent price... i.e. Easyrecycle. He is a smart businessman in many senses. The good thing is he is willing to help people figure out what they have and give them a reasonable price for it, not knowing whether or not that he will get their business. So for people that have done the research and can't find a good place to sell their e-waste
at a reasonable price he is a great place to sell. I would rather see someone sell to him then not sell at all and just throw it into the garbage, filling up our landfills.
As for the people who have done the "jumping through hoops" research, which is not that bad by the way, you can find better prices for your electronics waste, but its up to you to put in the necessary time and effort.
We are not going to spoon feed you every single drop of info that we have worked hard to figure out for our self.
If I was to start buying e-waste tomorrow at a national level, like Easy does, I could not offer any better prices on somethings, and maybe a little higher on others. It all depends on where you live and what buyers in your region are paying good. As far as selling, sure I'd be making a killing, maybe, but some things I would even sell to Easy to maximize my profit margins.