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Went to pawn shop today | PriceScope Forum

for many, having a pawn shop near them is a way that they can get a quick loan when needed, using their property as collateral and then get their property back when they have the cash. I have known people who did this frequently over a period of years and never lost the property to the pawn shop.
for many, having a pawn shop near them is a way that they can get a quick loan when needed, using their property as collateral and then get their property back when they have the cash. I have known people who did this frequently over a period of years and never lost the property to the pawn shop.
for many, having a pawn shop near them is a way that they can get a quick loan when needed, using their property as collateral and then get their property back when they have the cash. I have known people who did this frequently over a period of years and never lost the property to the pawn shop.

Diamonds store money ? a Myth or fact | PriceScope

Consider a consumer who (in the past) bought a diamond at a 100% markup, let's say for $4,000 ($2,000 wholesale). Then, the engagement breaks off, they need money fast for some reason, and take it to a jeweler or estate dealer for a "quick cash" price. The jeweler offers them $1000 to $1300 cash (50 to 65% of wholesale).
Consider a consumer who (in the past) bought a diamond at a 100% markup, let's say for $4,000 ($2,000 wholesale). Then, the engagement breaks off, they need money fast for some reason, and take it to a jeweler or estate dealer for a "quick cash" price. The jeweler offers them $1000 to $1300 cash (50 to 65% of wholesale).
Consider a consumer who (in the past) bought a diamond at a 100% markup, let's say for $4,000 ($2,000 wholesale). Then, the engagement breaks off, they need money fast for some reason, and take it to a jeweler or estate dealer for a "quick cash" price. The jeweler offers them $1000 to $1300 cash (50 to 65% of wholesale).

Secondary market for used lab-diamonds? | PriceScope

There’s a funny thing about pawn shops. The good locations to buy aren’t generally the same as the good locations to sell. That’s why the chains are so successful. They can buy in one place and sell in another. By and large, pawn shops aren’t good places to sell expensive things.
There’s a funny thing about pawn shops. The good locations to buy aren’t generally the same as the good locations to sell. That’s why the chains are so successful. They can buy in one place and sell in another. By and large, pawn shops aren’t good places to sell expensive things.
There’s a funny thing about pawn shops. The good locations to buy aren’t generally the same as the good locations to sell. That’s why the chains are so successful. They can buy in one place and sell in another. By and large, pawn shops aren’t good places to sell expensive things.

Reselling Gems & Jewelry- What can you expect ...

RESALE TO A KNOWLEDGEABLE ESTATE DEALER (for cash outright): Wholesale minus 35 to 60% (usually 40-50%) 8. RESALE TO A PAWN SHOP (for cash outright): Wholesale minus 70-80% The above figures are for a guide only, and are not set in concrete. Many factors will enter into how much you get.
RESALE TO A KNOWLEDGEABLE ESTATE DEALER (for cash outright): Wholesale minus 35 to 60% (usually 40-50%) 8. RESALE TO A PAWN SHOP (for cash outright): Wholesale minus 70-80% The above figures are for a guide only, and are not set in concrete. Many factors will enter into how much you get.
RESALE TO A KNOWLEDGEABLE ESTATE DEALER (for cash outright): Wholesale minus 35 to 60% (usually 40-50%) 8. RESALE TO A PAWN SHOP (for cash outright): Wholesale minus 70-80% The above figures are for a guide only, and are not set in concrete. Many factors will enter into how much you get.

So I walked into a pawnshop and found a 1.26 | Page 2 ...

It's tough when you have other projects to work on to try to keep on track with those when a pawn shop opportunity presents itself. Definitely try and get it for less, even if they say this is the bottom line when there is $1,000 or more at stake you'd be surprised how fast that bottom line disappears.
It's tough when you have other projects to work on to try to keep on track with those when a pawn shop opportunity presents itself. Definitely try and get it for less, even if they say this is the bottom line when there is $1,000 or more at stake you'd be surprised how fast that bottom line disappears.
It's tough when you have other projects to work on to try to keep on track with those when a pawn shop opportunity presents itself. Definitely try and get it for less, even if they say this is the bottom line when there is $1,000 or more at stake you'd be surprised how fast that bottom line disappears.

On the hunt | PriceScope Forum

Pawn shops can be a reasonable place to buy things but the expectation that because they bought it cheaply that they will therefore sell it cheaply is ill founded. Much of the pawn business involves making and collecting payments on loans from people who basically looking for banking services.
Pawn shops can be a reasonable place to buy things but the expectation that because they bought it cheaply that they will therefore sell it cheaply is ill founded. Much of the pawn business involves making and collecting payments on loans from people who basically looking for banking services.
Pawn shops can be a reasonable place to buy things but the expectation that because they bought it cheaply that they will therefore sell it cheaply is ill founded. Much of the pawn business involves making and collecting payments on loans from people who basically looking for banking services.

Urgent Request -- Going price for Scrap Gold - Retail ...

Pawn shops and scrappers, at least the ones around here, pay about 30%-60% for small quantities and up to as high as 90% in larger quantities. They fill up their buckets as fast as they can and then ship them off to the refiner to turn it back into cash. Repeat as often as possible.
Pawn shops and scrappers, at least the ones around here, pay about 30%-60% for small quantities and up to as high as 90% in larger quantities. They fill up their buckets as fast as they can and then ship them off to the refiner to turn it back into cash. Repeat as often as possible.
Pawn shops and scrappers, at least the ones around here, pay about 30%-60% for small quantities and up to as high as 90% in larger quantities. They fill up their buckets as fast as they can and then ship them off to the refiner to turn it back into cash. Repeat as often as possible.

Reasonable private party sale price for this diamond/ring ...

If the stone is eyeclean and has great performance, I think it would be unrealistic for anyone to except the seller to accept any offer in the $3000s. It's 1.25ct stone, essentially, and that is a nice desirable >1ct size. Unless that seller is desperate for fast cash, I really can't see it selling for some of the low prices people here have ...
If the stone is eyeclean and has great performance, I think it would be unrealistic for anyone to except the seller to accept any offer in the $3000s. It's 1.25ct stone, essentially, and that is a nice desirable >1ct size. Unless that seller is desperate for fast cash, I really can't see it selling for some of the low prices people here have ...
If the stone is eyeclean and has great performance, I think it would be unrealistic for anyone to except the seller to accept any offer in the $3000s. It's 1.25ct stone, essentially, and that is a nice desirable >1ct size. Unless that seller is desperate for fast cash, I really can't see it selling for some of the low prices people here have ...

How to determine if my pink diamond is from a Argyle ...

I got a great deal. The original purchaser paid $125,000 US dollars including taxes in April 2008. I paid $58,000 USD in May 2011. My understanding is high end FCD can be hard to liquidate quickly especially in a recession. The original purchaser did not want to sell but needed cash for a real estate deal.
I got a great deal. The original purchaser paid $125,000 US dollars including taxes in April 2008. I paid $58,000 USD in May 2011. My understanding is high end FCD can be hard to liquidate quickly especially in a recession. The original purchaser did not want to sell but needed cash for a real estate deal.
I got a great deal. The original purchaser paid $125,000 US dollars including taxes in April 2008. I paid $58,000 USD in May 2011. My understanding is high end FCD can be hard to liquidate quickly especially in a recession. The original purchaser did not want to sell but needed cash for a real estate deal.

How to Sell Your Diamonds: A Guide for Consumers | PriceScope

It is different than Trade in / Trade up because it represents a standing cash-offer for your diamond, should you decide to sell it. The Buy-Back offer will usually be expressed as a percentage of your original cash-outlay. Like other policies, Buy-Back terms differ from seller to seller – and may have expiration dates or other stipulations ...
It is different than Trade in / Trade up because it represents a standing cash-offer for your diamond, should you decide to sell it. The Buy-Back offer will usually be expressed as a percentage of your original cash-outlay. Like other policies, Buy-Back terms differ from seller to seller – and may have expiration dates or other stipulations ...
It is different than Trade in / Trade up because it represents a standing cash-offer for your diamond, should you decide to sell it. The Buy-Back offer will usually be expressed as a percentage of your original cash-outlay. Like other policies, Buy-Back terms differ from seller to seller – and may have expiration dates or other stipulations ...
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