A Pawn Loan From Grand Jewelers:


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The process of obtaining a pawn loan from Grand Jewelers Pawn & Loan is easy, dignified, and painless. The amount you will be able to borrow will be based upon the loan officer's determination of the value of your property. Once the pawn loan amount has been agreed upon a pledge agreement will be prepared for your signature. The terms of the pledge agreement have been established by California State Law. After you have signed the pledge agreement, you will be given the full amount of your pawn loan. There are no up front fees or costs charged. All jewelry held as collateral is stored on premises, fully documented, photographed and secured. At the end of the 4 months we will mail a notice to you at the address on your pledge agreement informing you of the date by which you must either pay off your pawn loan and redeem your collateral, or pay the interest and costs owed, or renew your pawn loan for another 4 months. It is important that you respond to this notification. If you do not respond by the stated date, your collateral can be foreclosed upon at our discretion.

Since the amount of the interest that any pawnbroker can charge for a pawn loan of less than $ 2,500.00 is fixed by the California State Law, why would anyone want to deal with an ordinary store front pawn shop? For the exact same cost, you can deal with a business that for over 51 years has treated its clientele with courtesy, respect, and compassion.

If you are seeking a loan of over $2,500.00 there is even more reason to deal with Grand Jewelers Pawn & Loan: We are experts in the field of diamonds, gold, and estate jewelry with over 100 combined years of jewelry experience. Please remember to bring your diamond certificates and any box and papers for your watches.

Grand Jewelers Pawn & Loan understands that anyone can suffer a cash flow problem and we are here to help