Ok, you may need some money quickly, for whatever reason. However, there's no need to panic. Some alternatives such as payday lenders don't bear thinking about, with their sky high interest rates.
Raising money through your valuables is the affordable alternative. What's more, it makes even more sense now that pawnbroking combines the traditional benefits with the online convenience.
Here are just some reasons why stanleyjamesjewellery.co.uk is the sensible choice:
We're always checking our rates against other pawnbrokers to make sure you get the lowest rates around.
As a rule of thumb, we're less than half the rates of those payday loan companies you see advertising on TV.
In fact, if you can find cheaper pawnbrokers online, we'll match and beat it!!
We don’t do credit checks, nor will we take you to court if you can’t pay. As a company, we believe in treating our customers fairly at all times.
25% processing administration fee will be charged after the exceeded contract term.
The total amount of credit available is dependant on the item's value. EG: On average we would lend 50% of the re-sell value.
All contracts are available for renewal within the contract date according the interest is paid.
Rather than the legal minimum six weeks that most pawnbrokers offer, we give you a full seven months to redeem your goods.
As soon as you’ve repaid your loan your goods are available. In fact, contrary to what you may have heard the vast majority of customers get their goods back, to increase in value as the years go by. Certainly beats selling to a ‘cash for gold’ company!
When you’re looking for a pawnbroker, look no further than Our parent company has been in business since 1989, and throughout this time we’ve played a prominent role in the industry.
No hassle making trips to high street pawnbrokers – we bring you the convenience of doing things from the comfort of your front room. It’s safer this way, too.
Customer pawns his Gold chain that has a scrap value of £500. We would lend up to 50% of that value. The interest will be 10% per month which is £50. You then have 7 months to redeem. The total fee after 7 months will be £500 (what was lent) + £50 per month x 7 = £850. If the customer chooses to renew the contract opposed to redeeming, the interest will need to be paid (£350) for a further 7 months of renewal, before the expired contract date.