Pawning is a business that’s actually more common than most people think, yet the details on its transactions can be quite vague for those who aren’t familiar with how pawnshops operate. There are lots of pawnbrokers and pawnshops offering opportunities for fast cash. From jewelry and watches to laptops, other electronic gadgets, and even musical instruments, you can pawn or hock whatever you have in exchange for money or to even get a loan on. Now, pawning is basically exchanging your stuff for money. When it comes to jewelry or watches, you should be vigilant and careful with regards to price of your item, its rarity, and its current condition. At A to Z Pawns, you can pawn all sorts of items as long as they have been legally acquired. Whenever you pawn an item, an in-house appraisal expert comes in to inspect your item and then offers you a price quotation for it. There are occasions when the appraisal expert “tests” the item that you brought in so that they will know if it’s genuine, usable, or of no use at all. Once the price has been agreed on by both parties (meaning you and the pawnbroker), you will then sign some paperwork and get the money on the spot. Here are some things that you should expect whenever you are pawning your jewelry and/or watch:
- If you are pawning a used watch, don’t expect the price to be equal to or higher than how much you paid for it.
- Don’t ever claim that your fake jewelry or watches are genuine.
- If you want to buy your pawned item back, expect its price to be a bit higher than how much you sold it for.
- Be prepared to show some identification.
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A to Z Pawns
1818 W Bell Rd #105
Phoenix, AZ 85023