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October 18, 2018

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How Does A Pawnbroker Loan Work?

Whilst the origins of pawnbroking date back 3,000 years to ancient China, pawnbroking really took off in Britain during the 1800s. The Pawnbrokers Act 1872 was reformed and modernised by the Consumer Credit Act 1974, which regulates all credit agreements of up to £25,000. Pawnbroking took off again during the 1980s and 1990s due to recessions and money problems. So, just how does a pawnbroker loan work? A pawnbroker loan works on the simple concept of lending money to a customer based on the provision of collateral, such as jewellery, valuables or electrical appliances. The valuations do tend to be Keep Reading >>>
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Pawnbroker Loans

Pawnbroking is an age old tradition of lending money against valuable goods, in particular jewellery. Pawnbroker loans are a fast and safe way to help you unlock the value of your jewellery, watches etc. without selling them. Whether you need to pay off an unexpected bill, or raise a little bit of extra cash for a well deserved holiday, a pawnbroker loan can help by offering you a quick cash pawn loan against your valuable jewellery or quality watch. Unlike the many gold buying websites and companies, by pawning your jewellery you are merely borrowing money against it’s value – pay off the Keep Reading >>>
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