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Friday, November 15 2019
Selling Unwanted Gifts to Pawn Shops

Ideally, we’d love every gift we receive. After all, it’s the thought that counts, right? Sure, but we all know the awkward experience of excitedly tearing open a present from a distant relative, only to be disappointed by a “gift” we didn’t really want in the first place.

It’s important to show gratitude regardless of the gift, but that doesn’t mean you need to hold on to something you’ll never use! If you can find a way to sell it, you can get some or all of your money back; then you can buy yourself something you do want and treat that as your gift.

But you might be wondering where exactly you can offload an unwanted gift or two.

Look no further than your local pawn shop! Cash Express, one of the leading pawn shops in Philadelphia, is ready and willing to buy your unwanted gifts from you.

Bringing Your Unwanted Items to Cash Express

If you’ve got unwanted gifts sitting around your house, they aren’t doing you much good. You may as well trade them in for something more useful, or in other words, some cash. Bring them on into Cash Express! We’re happy to help our customers offload some unwanted items in exchange for quick cash.

Once you bring in your item, you can decide to either sell it or pawn it. We’ll give a thorough evaluation to determine the value of your item(s), then we’ll let you know how much you could make selling or pawning them to us.

We’re fast, too - we’ll have the dollar bills in your hand the same day you bring in your items, should you accept our price.

As a nice little bonus, you’re helping out other holiday shoppers in our community. They might be looking for the exact item you’re pawning to us, yet who knows if they would’ve ever found it had you not pawned your item?

Gift Yourself Something Else at Cash Express

After you’ve brought your item into us and gotten your fair price, you don’t need to look somewhere else to buy yourself your new holiday gift. Stick around Cash Express and look around our inventory. We’ve got all sorts of interesting items at great prices - jewelry, electronics, musical instruments, firearms, power tools, you name it.

In fact, you could do your holiday gift shopping for others while you’re here as well. Knock out two birds with one stone.

All in all, a pawn shop is one of the first places you should go if you have unwanted gifts. You can knock out some of your holiday shopping quickly and cheaply while clearing out clutter.

If you need a pawn shop in Philadelphia to sell your unwanted gifts to, Cash Express is located conveniently downtown. Stop in with your items, and take a look around at ours. Our associates will ensure an amazing shopping experience for you whether you need to shop or you just need to sell.

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Thursday, November 07 2019
Why Pawn Shop Items Make Great Gifts

The holiday season is here, which means holiday gift shopping is fast approaching. Almost time to hustle up and down the aisles in an attempt to grab all the hot holiday gift items before they sell out.

Unfortunately, this time of year can be tough on your finances as you try to get everyone the gifts they want without going broke.

But you don’t need to spend a fortune at the mall just to get your family and friends wonderful gifts this holiday season. Why not visit a pawn shop?

You might be surprised at such a suggestion, but contrary to what some believe, pawnshop items make great gifts.

Product Selection

Pawnshops have a wide selection of items, many of them being common gift items. For example, video game consoles and TVs are a common sight at pawn shops.

But there are tons of other hobbyist items as well. Have a handyman of a husband? Pawnshops commonly have regular and power tools in great condition. Maybe there’s a gun enthusiast in your life? Pawnshops often have firearms for sale as well.

And if you have to shop for someone who doesn’t know what they want, pawn shops are chock full of interesting hidden gems if you spend some time looking around.

Pricing

Retailers have fixed prices on their items; there’s almost never room for negotiation. 

Not true at pawn shops. You can save a few bucks if you come in ready to negotiate for an item. Know your stuff beforehand, though, or you won’t get too far in your haggling. 

Pawning/Selling Your Items

Whether you plan on stopping at a pawn shop during your holiday shopping or not, pawn shops can help you fund your shopping. Bring in a few valuable items you own for either selling or pawning purposes. Jewelry, electronics, clothing, tools, whatever’s sitting at home that you don’t use much.

Then you can put your selling/pawning proceeds right back into your holiday shopping budget. While you’re at it, you may as well stick around the pawnshop you visit and see if any items for sale have gift potential. Saves time and money.

By the way, you’re doing others a service by selling or pawning your items to a pawn shop. Someone else might be holiday shopping for the very item you’re selling or pawning, yet they might never have found it if you never brought it to your local pawn shop.

As the holiday season ramps up, you might be looking for a pawn shop in Philadelphia to find interesting gifts at an affordable price. Cash Express has tons of cool items priced fairly. Still, need more room in your holiday budget? Bring in your items! We’ll have your cash AND your items in hand before the day ends.

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Sunday, October 20 2019
What Happens if I Don't Reclaim Pawned Items?

Need extra cash asap? Have you ever considered bringing your items to a pawn shop like Cash Express to get some cash for your items?

Pawning is a great way to get a quick loan without jumping through hoops. However, you might’ve wondered what happens if you don’t come back to reclaim your pawned item(s).

First, A Brief Explanation of Pawn Loans

Sometimes, people need a cash boost quickly, but they don’t want to sell one of their items. Pawn shops let them take out pawn loans and put down their items as collateral. These loans don’t affect your credit score nor do they have a lengthy application process, making them excellent borrowing options for those with poor credit.

All you do is bring in the item and a photo ID, then the pawn shop approximates the value of the item. When they’ve decided on the value, they offer a loan amount based on a percentage of the item’s value.

Pawn loans typically have a term length of 30 days. Borrowers must repay the principal amount in full plus a small fee before the end of the loan term to get their money back.

What Happens When the Pawn Loan Comes Due?

Many people think they have to pay up when the pawn loan is due or risk forfeiting their item(s). Actually, pawn loan borrowers have many options when time’s up.

Paying off the loan: Repay the loan in full on or before the due date. You get your item(s) back.
Pay the interest and extend the loan: You can extend your loan another 30 days by paying the interest that’s accumulated. More costly, as you’ll be charged a fee each time you “renew” the loan, but it could be worth it if your item is valuable to you. Try to pay down at least some principal after you pay the interest.
Don’t pay the loan back: If your item wasn’t valuable in a sentimental or utilitarian way to you, you don’t have to pay the loan back. The pawn shop will take possession of your item per the loan contract. The great part is your credit won’t be hurt. You can’t say the same about your mortgage or car payment!

Now, is it possible to get your item back even if you didn’t pay back your loan?

Yes, believe it or not.

Once you relinquish possession to the pawn shop, they’ll put it up for sale with their other items. You can repurchase it as if it were any other item in the store.

In certain cases, you might even be able to reactivated the pawn loan at a later date if the item doesn’t sell.

Overall, pawn shops aren’t out to get you. They want to make their customers happy, because happy customers means more business. Pawn loans can create recurring income for them, whereas selling items is only a one-time revenue.

Therefore, it’s in their best interest to create a loan that works for you.

Looking for a good pawn loan in the Philadelphia area? Bring your items down to Cash Express! We especially love jewelry, watches, and antiques, but we’ll look at almost any item.

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Monday, October 07 2019
Do Pawn Shops Keep Records of Personal Information?

Whether you’re considering bringing in an item to your local pawn shop or you’re a regular pawner already, you’ve probably wondered if your personal information is safe at pawn shops.

Pawn shops do get an unfair stigma for being “shady”, so naturally, you’ll be concerned about what happens to your personal information.

Don’t worry; your personal information is safe. We’ll dispel this myth of “shadiness” below by teaching you what pawn shops do with your personal information, so keep reading!

A Brief Explanation of Pawn Shops

Pawn shops let customers bring in a wide variety of items every day to exchange for cash. Items can include precious metals, jewelry, firearms, electronics, tools, antiques, and more.

Customers can either sell their item to the pawn shop, or more commonly, take out a loan against their item, a process called pawning.

Pawn shops are regulated by several state and/or federal laws. Many have developed close relationships with their local law enforcement as well to further enhance their efforts to follow the law and keep business running smoothly.

As a result, pawn shops require identification for every transaction to ensure safety and compliance with the law.

Pawn Shop Records

Despite the best efforts of pawn shops and the law, some stolen items make their way into pawn shops. Knowing that, you at first might be hesitant of perusing a pawn shop’s wares for fear of unknowingly purchasing or even bringing in a stolen item.

Pawn shops are required to gather certain personal information in order to comply with the law. They require a government-issued photo ID of you so they can keep a record of it. They also keep track of every new item they receive from customers.

In fact, pawn shops are required to submit the item information to a police-monitored national database in case the item description matches a stolen item in a police report.

How Long Do Pawn Shops Keep Records?

Pawn shops keep records for different lengths of time depending on a few factors.

First of all, they must follow state laws regarding record-keeping. Some states may require a longer time period than others.

Pawn shop record-keeping software is another factor. The amount of time they hold onto your information depends on if they have the software and what kind they have if they do.

All that being said, most pawn shops keep your records for anywhere between 3-5 years depending on how these factors play out. When enough time has elapsed, they’ll shred any paper documents and delete any electronic files in their software containing your personal information.

So don’t worry, your personal information is in good hands at a pawn shop.

Now that you know that, are you looking for a quick and easy pawn loan? Or maybe you’re trying to sell your item for a good price?

If you’re looking for a pawn shop in the Philadelphia area, bring your stuff into Cash Express. We’ll get you a fair offer for your items, and you’ll be out the door with cash in your hand before you know it!

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Friday, September 20 2019
What's the Difference Between Pawn Shops and Thrift Stores?

Consumers can leverage their possessions for cash at several types of stores. You’ve got consignment stores, thrift stores, and pawn shops.

But it can be hard to tell these options apart; what are the differences? What makes any one of these better than the others?

Read on to see how each type of store operates.

Consignment Stores

Before we compare thrift stores and pawn shops, we should also clarify what a consignment store is.

Consignment stores act as a sort of outsourced storefront for your items.

First, you bring in all the goods you’d like to consign. The store thoroughly inspects your items then creates a price list for all your items so you can decide if it's worth it. The store will then take your items and list them for sale. When your items sell, the store takes a small cut and pays you the rest as a check or sometimes in store credit. Occasionally, some stores will pay you a set amount up front instead.

Most of the time, your items are only listed for a specified period of time. If they don’t sell, the consignment shop will return them to you. Some will donate the items to charity.

To boil it down, you’re essentially paying a small fee to list your items for sale in a public place. It’s like a real-world eBay. 

Consignment stores exist for almost everything nowadays. As long as your items are in decent condition, you could make a good chunk of change selling it to a consignment store.

Thrift Stores

Thrift stores are often used interchangeable with consignment stores, but they are different in several ways.

First of all, items are donated rather than sold. You can’t earn much money donating to thrift stores, but qualified donations can save you money in the form of charitable donation tax write-offs.

Because items are donated, thrift stores don’t inspect items as rigorously. This is a good thing for both buyers and sellers. Sellers can offload more stuff they couldn’t at a consignment store or thrift shop and potentially save more on their taxes. Since thrift store get these items for free and don’t inspect them, they list them at rock-bottom prices, which is great for buyers.

Despite the low prices, buyers can find some hidden gems in thrift stores if they spend some time looking.

Pawn Shops

Pawnshops like Cash Express are different than consignment and thrift stores. They provide two methods of getting cash for your items:
Pawning items
Selling items

Pawning items the most common method. Rather than selling your items, you use them as collateral for a loan. The pawn shop will inspect your item to determine their value, then use this number to decide on a loan amount. They’ll also give you the length of the loan and calculate the total interest. All you have to do to get your items back is to pay the full balance of the loan plus interest within the time period set by the shop.

If you fail to do so, the worst that happens is the pawnshop takes possession of your items and resells them to other customers. No dings to your credit, no loan applications, no collections agencies, none of that.

Alternatively, you may be able to outright sell your item to a pawn shop. You may not make as much money as you could get through a pawn loan, though, because pawn loans are more profitable and flexible to pawn shops than buying and reselling. Think about it: you pay interest on pawn loans on top of the principal amount, earning the pawnshop money without sacrificing their loan amount. Fail to do so and they at least cover their bases by keeping the item and reselling it.

Need a pawn loan in the Philadelphia area? Just want to sell your items? Bring ‘em on into Cash Express! We’ll make sure to get money in your hand the same day you come in.

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Saturday, September 14 2019
Pawning Through The Ages: A History Of Pawn Shops

Since the dawn of time, people from every culture and country have occasionally found themselves a bit short on money. Fortunately, someone came up with a solution not too long after people first started needing fast cash - people could “pawn” their possessions as collateral for a quick and easy cash loan. Pawnbrokers hold onto the individual’s items, and in exchange, the borrower has a contractually-specified time period to pay the loan back plus interest. If they are unable to pay it back, the pawnbroker can take possession of the item and sell it to someone else.

Today, over 20 million people in the US visit one of the US’s 12,000+ pawn shops each year.

The Beginning of Pawn Shops

Rewinding 3,000 years, the first pawn shops emerged in Ancient China. They provided peasants a method of accessing short-term credit. At first, pawnbrokers didn’t operate as a shop; they ran their own independent operation. However, pawning soon came to be done mostly through pawn shops.

Moving over to Europe, pawnbroking exploded in popularity in ancient Greece and Rome. Many merchants pawned items in order to fund their new businesses.

As Europe entered the Medieval Age, the Catholic Church began to restrict pawn shops from charging interest for religious reasons. But the restriction wouldn’t last forever, as many began seeing the benefits of pawning in financing new business pursuits as well as helping the poor. It became so widespread that Queen Isabella of Spain allegedly funded Christopher Columbus’s expeditions by pawning her jewelry!

Leading up to and during the Industrial Age, clothing was the most valuable item for most of the working class. The working class almost always needed extra cash to pay the bills each week, so it became routine to pawn your clothes on Monday and retrieve them when you get paid on Friday, just in time to pay off the pawn loan.

We also see more regulation as we approach the modern age. Pawn shop borrowers tended to be poorer, which was correlated with more crime. That includes stealing items and pawning them. England combatted this with the Pawnbrokers Act of 1872, one of the first widespread pawn industry regulations in the modern era. This Act did a few major things:
Protect pawnbrokers from unknowingly accepting stolen goods
Set how much interest pawnbrokers can charge
Established several other guidelines for the industry

Pawn Shops Today

In just the last century, pawn shops have spread all over the United States. In the earlier part of the 20th century, during the Great Depression, banks were failing left and right. This left people in desperate need of cash with little option but to pawn their items, making the best of a terrible situation. Nowadays, you can find a pawn shop in basically any city or town. They serve not only as a banking alternative to those without a ban account, but also as a place for almost anyone to buy and sell rare and interesting items.

Still, they haven’t lost their connection to history. Antiques, jewelry, and other old but well-preserved items are highly sought after by most pawn shops. Some people try to make up stories about how valuable their items are, but pawn shops have become adept at sniffing out fakers.

If you have some rare or valuable item and you’re in need of some quick cash, why not bring it on down to Cash Express?

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Friday, August 23 2019
Beginner's Guide To Selling Items At A Pawn Shop

On the surface, selling your item at a pawn shop seems simple enough. However, if you’ve never done been in a pawn shop at all (let alone sold an item), the process of going into a pawn shop and confidently negotiating your price can seem a little scary. On top of that, the media tends to portray pawn shops in a negative light despite the strict rules and regulations all pawnshops must follow. We’ve created a beginner’s guide to help ease those fears and show you exactly how you can make money selling your items at a pawn shop. Keep on reading to find out more.

Pawn Shop Basics. Pawnshops aren’t as complex as you think. You bring in an item and the pawnbroker will evaluate it and quote you a price. If they aren’t able to do so (usually items the broker doesn’t see often), they’ll call in a professional appraiser to further evaluate the item and arrive at a price.

Best Items to Sell. Jewelry is a favored item among pawn shops, especially if it has some gold in it. Pawnshops can melt down the jewelry and sell the gold raw, making these pieces so valuable.

Antiques are another hot commodity. Pawnshops are drawn to well-preserved old things like old firearms, coins, and other knick-knacks.

Pawnshops love electronics, too. It can be anything: a computer, a game console, a smartphone, etc. These items tend to be in high demand, so pawn shops know they can resell it and make some cash.

When to Sell Your Items. We’d suggest that you only sell items you don’t get much utility or sentimental value out of, although ultimately that’s up to you. Sure, you can sell us your family heirloom, but think of the potential emotional turmoil.

But what if you’re in a tight spot financially? Are you just supposed to go bankrupt?

You’re in luck because you can also get a loan from a pawn shop within a day by putting your items up as collateral. All you have to do is pay back the loan by the deadline or the pawnshop takes your item. No dings to your credit or anything.

Pawnshops may be more willing to loan you money too because they can recoup their money and earn interest on it.

Preparing Your Items for Pawning. First, research your item online to see what other people are selling it for. If you gather some hard data, you’ll strut into price negotiations with more confidence, possibly landing you a higher payout. You’ll want to research pawn shops as well to find the most reputable stores.

Before bringing your item in, get it into peak condition. Clean them up and make them look and function like new or as close to new as possible.

For electronics, take every measure to wipe your personal data. You can never be too safe when it comes to sensitive information.

Negotiation Tips. Remember: come in prepared. Know what your items are worth but also have a goal price in mind.

“Less is more” is the name of the game in pawnshop negotiations. Talk as little as possible to avoid giving away any information about the price or value of the item, as this will affect the pawnbroker’s offer. Let the pawnbroker make an offer first because otherwise, they’ll work to pay as little as possible if they have an idea of the item’s value.

Don’t be scared to walk out if you don’t get what you want. You can always visit another pawn shop.

While you read our beginner’s guide, did any items you might want to sell come to mind? Bring them into Cash Express if you’re in the Philadelphia area! We’re especially interested if you have any precious metals, antiques, watches, tools, or similar items. Bring them in to Cash Express and get a fair price on your items fast!

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Wednesday, August 14 2019
How To Use Pawn Shops To Finance Your Business

A few entrepreneurs have enough money to comfortably invest in new ventures. Most, however, need to rely on debt in some way or another. In fact, even many wealthy entrepreneurs take out loans for new ventures if they think they can earn a return that beats their interest rate. 

But those wealthy people tend to have banks who are ready and willing to lend them money at a moment’s notice. For the aspiring entrepreneur who isn’t starting from a position of immense wealth or good credit, securing a business loan from a bank isn’t always possible. So where could you possibly get funding from your business without begging for money from friends and family?

Believe it or not, you can get financing from pawn shops like Cash Express without jumping through various hoops like loan applications or credit checks by putting up your possessions as collateral. Unfortunately, some media have portrayed pawn shops in a negative light, which may make you hesitant to loan your valuables to your local pawn shop. The reality is that they’re regulated by several federal statutes, not to mention state and local laws. The majority of pawn shops are just as well-run as any other store. 

Anyways, here’s how a pawn shop loan works:

First, you bring in the items you’d like to use as collateral on your loan. The pawn shop will evaluate each item and quote you your total loan amount. The loan amount won’t be the total value of the item, as you’re borrowing money rather than selling your item for profit. If you accept the loan, make sure to get a pawn ticket as they serve as both your receipt and a summary of your loan terms.

Simply repay the loan balance plus any fees before the deadline. If you don’t, though, the worst that happens is the pawn shop takes possession of your item. Most people opt to repay and get the item back, but failing to repay the loan brings you no consequences other than losing the item - no credit damage, no collections agencies, no foreclosure, none of that.

You might be doubting the viability of using a pawn shop loan to finance your business for whatever reason. There’s no way successful entrepreneurs finance new ventures through pawn shops, is there?

Wrong! Many wealthy entrepreneurs got to high-end pawn shops put up their luxury items like a fancy watch collection to secure the large loans required for their new ventures (like real estate deals) without having to go through the formal loan process.

Also, pawn shops might be more willing to give you a loan because it could be more profitable for them. Best case scenario, they get their money back and earn interest without having to sell anything. Worst case scenario, they keep your item for a fraction of its value.

Philadelphia has its fair share of pawn shops, but none can get you the cash you need for your new venture as fast as Cash Express. Just bring in the items you want to use as collateral; we’ll evaluate them and quote you a fair price fast so you can walk out with your loan the same day, ready to dive into your new business. After all, time is money, and few know that better than successful entrepreneurs.

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Sunday, July 21 2019
Top 10 Items Pawn Shops Desperately Want

Pawn shops serve their local communities, meaning they’re much more likely to only buy items that they’re local buyers are demanding. Thus, not all pawn shops will accept the same items. A pawn shop in one city may accept a drastically different selection of items than a shop in another city.

Despite the local focus of pawn shops, there are some items that no pawn shop can resist. These items vary in their value, but virtually every pawn shop including Cash Express will be more than happy to make you an offer on these items. If you have any of these and you’re in Philadelphia, stop by our shop!

Best Items You Can Pawn For $100

Electronic devices. Who doesn’t have several old devices sitting in a box somewhere? Basically, every home has some place where they retire their old electronics to, but you could clear that space out by selling them to pawn shops. Pawn shops won’t give you a ton of money per electronic device, but if you never use them, all they’re doing is taking up space in your house. May as well sell them.

Smartphones. Smartphones are evolving faster by the day, yet modern living virtually requires you to own one. Similar to cars, not everyone can afford the newest smartphone and would rather get a used one from a pawn shop. You can take advantage of the used phone market and make a few hundred dollars fast by selling your phone to a pawn shop.

Video games/consoles. Selling a few old games will make you a quick $100. If you love your games too much to part with them, consider selling your old consoles instead. Many new consoles are backward compatible with a lot of old games, so you can sell off your older consoles for a lot of money and still play the classics you grew up on.

Power tools. Brand new power tools aren’t affordable for most casual DIY’ers or handymen. Power tools are built to last a very long time, though, making used tools a much more affordable choice without sacrificing durability. You can easily make $100 or more just by selling an old power tool to a pawn shop.

Best Items You Can Pawn For $500

Firearms. Americans love their guns. Pawn shops are cashing in on this by offering healthy prices on firearms you no longer want. If you have a handgun or rifle that hasn’t seen and/or won’t see action anytime soon, Cash Express will hand you hundreds of dollars for it.

Wristwatches. Watches require the right materials and skilled labor, making them pretty valuable on the surface. However, watches are also a form of expression; they hold sentimental and psychological value, which can make people perceive them to be very valuable. You can get more than you’d think at a pawn shop if you have an elegant watch from a reputable brand.

Best Items You Can Pawn For $1,000+

Jewelry. Everyone loves some shiny jewelry, but not everyone likes paying the full price. For you, that means a lot of pawn shops will get you a good price on your jewelry. They can then mark up the jewelry and resell it to someone else for less than it’d cost at a jewelry store. Everyone wins.

Gems. Diamonds, in particular, are highly sought-after due to their rarity. If you have any diamonds you don’t want, bring them to Cash Express as soon as possible. You’ll walk out with more cash than you know to handle.

Precious Metals. Precious metals like gold and silver are always in high demand; just flip on your TV and you’ll see the commercials promising to pay you tons of cash today for your precious metals. But why are we so willing to buy them from you? Well, precious metals can increase in value over time like an investment. On top of that, we can easily exchange these metals for cash. 

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Sunday, July 14 2019
eBay vs. Pawn Shops

Every so often, you’ll find lots of old junk around your house you simply don’t use or need anymore. You could throw it out, but why not make some money off it? Tons of people use eBay to clear out their old junk and pocket some extra cash; however, eBay isn’t always the best option. In fact, your local pawn shop (such as Cash Express) could be a great way to clear out your home and make money fast.

Now, don’t get us wrong; eBay is a solid place to offload old stuff for cash thanks to its massive number of users all over the world. You’re sure to find several interested buyers for almost anything your find around your home, and they don’t have to be local either. Also, you can command good prices since you have so many buyers available.

eBay isn’t without a few drawbacks, though. 

As a seller, you’ll have to pay fees to both list your item and sell it. You may have to relist your item several times if no one buys it, and it may not even sell at all. You’re also responsible for packaging the item and shipping it to the buyer. There’s always a chance that the buyer isn’t satisfied and brings a complaint about you or your item to eBay, causing you headache and delaying your payment.

Negotiating on price is difficult on eBay. Many buyers aren’t going to budge because they can’t be completely sure of all your item’s details without seeing it in person first. Even if you create an auction listing for your item, you can’t really negotiate once someone locks in the best bid. You have to take the winning bid most of the time.

Pawn shops are so much simpler if you’re just looking clear out your home and get your money fast. There’s no waiting around for your item to sell; we appraise it on the spot and have an offer for you that same day. Since you’ll be selling your item face-to-face, we’re open to price negotiation as well. 

Unlike eBay, pawn shops can offer you loans as well using your item(s) as collateral if you don’t want to part with your stuff. All you do is bring in your item(s) to Cash Express. We’ll appraise them and offer you the amount we appraise them for. If you accept our offer, you walk out with your loaned cash in hand within an hour! You the make payments within an agreed-upon time period. These loans don’t involve credit checks, complicated applications, or waiting. Your credit score is never at risk if you fail to pay back the loan; we simply take possession of the item.

Are you looking to get rid of your old stuff and pad your bank account while you’re at it? Or maybe you need a quick loan but don’t have time to jump through hoops? Cash Express proudly serves customers in the Philadelphia area. Bring your items in and we’ll get you your cash today!  

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