"I am overpriced" means "I am being offered for sale for more than I am worth." As noted by those who commented, the course's English is wrong.
What does that mean, to be "overpriced" as a person? Is this an error?
"Overcharged" is a better word here.
Thanks, that makes more sense.
I do not think they know what they are saying in English. Overpriced is not the right word.
Chúng means they?
Yes in an insutling way.
damn i hate when i'm overpriced, such a nuisance
A person who is "overpriced" in English is an expensive prostitute. I agree that they must mean "overcharged".