Quick Sale is a selling format that provides the seller with an immediate offering for items that are likely to sell for more when sold in bulk. The Quick Sale option typically results in a better sale price for these types of items than an individual auction. Once our experts determine that your item will sell for more with Quick Sale, you will be presented with an offer. If you choose to accept it you will get paid shortly after.
Yes. If you are not satisfied with the offer and it falls below the agreed reserve price, simply request for the item to be sent back to you. We will immediately send your item back in the same condition it was sent to us, no strings attached. However, once you agree to a reserve price, you are committed to selling your item.
In the extremely unlikely event that this happens, your valuables are insured from the moment they are collected. Our insurance coverage for a valuable in transit is up to an amount of US $100,000 and is subject to the terms, limitations and requirements of our current insurance policy.
Only the original pledger may reclaim their pawn and only with the proper paperwork and identification and the signed, original contract. In transferring the rights to the contract, can someone other than the original pledger reclaim a pawn ticket.
The finance charges vary from state to state. Fortunately, Ohio has one of the lowest interest rates in the nation. We charge 6% interest plus a $5 storage charge per month. So for a $100 loan the finance charge would be $11/month. Minimal fees that may be associated with a pawn but can easily be avoided include $4 for a late notice when it is sent.