How does a pawn shop work?

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Asked at 2012-08-13 14:32:03
How does a pawn shop ?
I have some jewelry and a watch that I want to take a pawn shop .
How does it work ? is it just give you cash right there and you're done with it?

all his old material exboyfriends not want more.

I just want him to type and get money for it. do not want it back , I do not owe anything to all loans .. etc. work that way ?
Answer1jkkmAnswered at 2012-08-18 22:12:03
You go to the place of engagement . Show them what you have and tell them you want to sell. They will tell you what to pay. You can try to trade up but probably will not work . They will give a document to complete, check your license ID , address, etc. and make a copy of it. Be checked against the list of goods of the robbery and then usually gives your money at that time. Figure on getting about 10-25 % of what your stuff is worth.

You can do better advertising on Craigslist href = " " < / a> or American Classifieds < / a > or even Cheapcycle Yahoo. that found by going to the Yahoo home page by clicking on groups and then enter cheapcycle . You probably will not get full value , but if you can take a few days you will probably get a lot more than a pawn shop , and if not you can always pawn.
Answer2jankiAnswered at 2012-08-22 16:17:02
You can sell to a pawn shop , if they want to buy their stuff . For jewelry , they will calculate how much they are willing to pay for testing the carat weight of it and work those numbers in your formula . With the clock , they will find what the new price is online, and it's likely to divide by 4, which is what is offered . You only need to bring a valid ID and provide your social sec number .
Answer3SanyaAnswered at 2012-09-12 23:18:03
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Answer4Avishek ChandraAnswered at 2012-10-14 05:57:07
We must tell them that its sale to them! You get more money , so if you were to " engage " it. Sell ​​it on Craigslist or eBay ?
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