You may apply for a pawn loan from PawnUp.com online pawn shop if you: are of the age of majority in your jurisdiction of residence; own the items you pawn, which must be free of any claims or liens; have valid photo ID; and are legally able to enter into an agreement with PawnUp.com pawn shop.
Get a loan or sell your valuables online. It’s always fast, safe, and discrete. We’ll loan you between $200 and $2,000,000.
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Tip Of The Day:
Our online pawn shop
offers the lowest interest rate on the pawn loans
– from only 2% to 10%. While an average interest rate of a typical brick and mortar pawn shop
is at least 25% - 30%, we much less and by doing it, we can offer you more money on any deal, whether you wish to pawn
your items or sell
them outright. We would also insure and pay for the FedEx shipment of your items to and from our secure storage facilities so that you can enjoy utmost security and discretion while using our service. We also never do any credit checks or employ collection procedures, eliminating any stress factors for our clients.
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