Pawnbroker

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Pawnbroker

A person who engages in the business of lending money, usually in small sums, in exchange for Personal Property deposited with him or her that can be kept or sold if the borrower fails or refuses to repay the loan.

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"San Diego pawn shops, like pawn shops nationwide, are seeing a surge in business," says Carl Blackburn, owner of SDJB.