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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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David stated at the meeting, "I am more than happy to prove to my fellow pawnbrokers that we can do more, as an Association, to support pawnshops throughout the city and state.
PAWNBROKERS and pay-day lenders offer better exchange rates than the big banks.
POLICE have launched a fresh appeal for information after a raid on a Toxteth pawnbrokers.
Braswell & Son Pawnbrokers is focused on building lasting relationships and meeting needs.
H&T group, which trades as H&T Pawnbrokers and was established in 1897, posted a 42.3% jump in pre-tax profits to PS3.7m for the first six months of the year as it saw the price of gold leap by almost 8%.
The glamour queen of Twitter enjoyed a night out with Dan Hatfield, star of Channel 4's Posh Pawnbrokers.
He owns the high-end Prestige Pawnbrokers, which has three stores in upmarket locations, where the elite exchange their luxuries for hard cash.
A ROBBER stole watches and jewellery after smashing a pawnbrokers' display cases open with a hammer.
These pawnbrokers, most of whom carry out their business from jewellery shops in gold markets, charge exorbitant interest rates and end up owning the pawned items in many cases.
The report dispelled fears about the prospect of pawnbrokers, betting shops and charity outlets moving to take over the plots.
The report dispelled fears about the gloomy prospect of pawnbrokers, betting shops and charity outlets moving to take over the plots.
Albemarle & Bond Jewellers & Pawnbrokers and Herbert Brown & Son, which employ 62 people in the region, have gone into administration.