5 Tips To Get As Much As Possible From Pawn Brokers

Posted on: 28 June 2016
Selling old items that you no longer want to pawn brokers like Desert Jewelry Mart & Coins is a great way to get a little extra cash. How much you get for your wares will depend both on what you have and how good you are at selling to pawn brokers. Here are five tips that will help you get as much as possible at a pawn shop for your goods.
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Engagement And Wedding Jewelry: Beautiful And Affordable Alternatives To Diamond Rings

Posted on: 27 June 2016
One of the biggest expenses in wedding planning is the jewelry that signifies your commitment. Diamond-studded jewelry for an engagement ring or a full wedding set can set you back thousands of dollars. This can be disheartening if you are on a tight budget and cannot imagine dropping that much money on a ring. Yet, you want to make sure that you and your beloved have attractive rings that will last a lifetime.
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Three Thrifty Tips To Keep Your Necklaces Tangle And Scratch Free When Traveling

Posted on: 31 January 2016
According to one image consultant, "Costume jewelry can add elegance and sophistication." As a businesswoman who wants to exude elegant sophistication, you know that fashionable necklaces are one way to individualize an outfit and create a unique look. However, as someone who is not used to traveling for business trips, it is important you learn how to safely pack your necklaces so that when you open your suitcase upon arrival, your necklaces look as perfect as when you packed them.
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Need A Collateral Loan? How To Decide Between A Pawn Shop And A Jewelry Store

Posted on: 17 December 2015
In general, pawn shops and jewelry companies that offer collateral loans on jewelry operate under the same principles. You bring in an item of value which is appraised by a worker at the store. They then offer you a loan price and/or a purchase price. You can decide whether the loan or purchase price suits your needs or not. If you decide to take a loan on your item, the store will hold it while you make payments on your loan, until you have paid your loan in full.
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