How many loans can I have at one time?

There is no limit to how many loans you can have outstanding at any given time. However, if you're not interested in coming back to redeem your item (on average 70% of everything pawned is redeemed) we encourage you to sell the item. Keeping a good record (history) allows us to often loan more aggressively on your item.

Can I get a loan on something and at the same time sell something I no longer want or need?

Yes! You don't have to do one or the other if you have multiple items and want to keep one or some and want to sell one or some.

How long do I have to redeem my item?

Loans are made for an initial 30-day period, with a 60-day interest bearing grace period.

How do I stop the interest from accumulating (without redeeming my item)?

You may extend or renew your loan at any time before the forfeit date. An extension is done by paying a portion of the interest due (often one month's worth). The time the loan is extended is dependant upon the amount of interest you pay. You may extend your loan as many times as you like or is necessary. A renewal is made when the total amount of interest due is paid. This is basically the same as redeeming your item then re-pawning it. All of the interest is "caught up" and is like having a brand new loan.

Do you take in stolen items?

Definitely not! At least not knowingly. All pawnshops are regulated and work together closely with all law enforcement agencies. All pawnbrokers are highly trained and most often spot a stolen item. Additionally, they know the types of questions to ask to help determine whether or not the item belongs to the customer attempting to get a loan or sell the item. For years, studies have shown that less than one half of one percent of all items taken in a pawn shop are stolen. That number continues to decrease as new techniques between law enforcement agencies and pawnshops are developed.

How much will you loan me on my item(s)?

There are many factors taken into consideration when determining a loan amount. How much a customer needs, how much the item would likely sell for, a customer's history (record), the condition and demand for the item are all taken into consideration when determining a loan amount. Typically, half of what an item may sell for is a good starting point. Of course, this amount increases with a good history and/or high demand for the item(s). Remember, 70% (on average) of everything loaned on is redeemed - we want to loan as much as we can! We consistently strive to meet customer's needs!

Do you guys have good deals?

Come see for yourself!!! We're extremely confident we have the best prices around. We have a very nice selection of jewelry with remarkable prices. Remember, there's no such thing as "used" jewelry. Once it's professionally cleaned and buffed, it's like brand new!