How to Pawn an Item
While some pawnbrokers knowingly sell stolen property, they are the exception, not the rule. Most states have enacted laws applicable to licensed pawn shops that assist in identifying stolen property. Prices for items can vary greatly among different...
If an item is pawned for a loan (colloquially, "hocked"), within a certain contractual
period of time the pawner may redeem it for the amount of the loan plus some ...
Yet, many are still unclear on what pawn stores do and how pawn loans ...
Customers bring in an item of value, and the pawnbroker offers a loan based on
However, they cannot capture this way; pawns
can only capture one square forward diagonally. In addition, a pawn
that is still on its starting square has the option to move two squares directly forward. In the diagram above, the pawns
may move to the squares marked wi... More »
Jul 9, 2012 ... Here's how it usually works (no matter what The Old Man might do on TV): You
bring in your item, the pawnbroker makes an offer, and then ...
If you take a secured short-term loan from a pawnbroker, you will only pay
interest on the ... Pawn shops base the value of the item on current appraised
Jan 26, 2012 ... Understand the terms of the loan before you decide to pawn an item for money.
American pawnshops appear poised to enter their prime.
We provide pawn loans on a variety of items, including gold and diamond jewelry
, electronics, musical instruments, tools, and more*. Simply bring us an item of ...
When you pawn an item, the pawnbroker takes your name and address, verifies it
with your valid driver's license and then inspects the item carefully.