“Starting a Pawn Shop Business”
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  • Jerry Cunningham said on June 11, 2010
    Please advise of these and any others to contact me at jerrysr@comcast.net about consulting on a new pawn operation in Knoxville, TN. Also interested in any Pawn Software to setup new biz.
    93. Tom on 2/17/2010 2:14:34 PM at openapawnshop@yahoo.com call me at (865) 522-0800 or email me at jerrysr@comcast.net
    104. William Lucas on 3/12/2010 5:34:08 PM please call me at (865) 522-0800 or email me at jerrysr@comcast.net
  • al said on June 11, 2010
    Duncan, Okla 73533 i am retired and i want to open a small pawn shop, i am not going to deal with any kind guns because of to many gun laws at this time, where do i start as far as for getting a lic and where is a good place to learn about jewelry, thanks al
  • Jermaine Steele said on June 15, 2010
    Well I am not looking to start a pawn shop but an electronics store and am in California. Lemoore to be exact and there is potential here for growth like crazy and no electronics store here except expensive radio shack.. Anyone interested in partnering or investing please E-mail me thanks. jermainesteele@yahoo.com Jermaine Steele
  • laura bermillo said on June 17, 2010
    hello, how can i start pawnshop here in angeles city pampanga philippines , because i have no idea how to make it , but i really want to start a pawnshop business , where can i find good location , good stuffs, and how to start it, what i need to do first?? how much the capital?? how much i need to start it?? please teach me, if can please give some busi. proposal . thanks , etc. please respond to me , thanks..
  • Brett Janisch said on June 30, 2010
    i want to start a pawn shop and do i have to give loans or could i just give them the money for the item and i keep the item for my shop to sell.
  • Wes said on July 1, 2010
    Brett you would need to check into becoming a second hand dealer. Which means you are only buying merchandise and reselling but not offering cash collateral loans like a pawnbroker would. You would still have a holding period maybe 15 days and be required to file paperwork with your local police agency. Once the 15 day or your states holding period is over you can then enter the item into your stores inventory and sell it. Hope this helps.
  • patricia stueber said on July 6, 2010
    Westmont, IL. How do I find out the state requirement for funds needed to start, pawn shop?
  • carl said on July 17, 2010
    Want to open a vacant pawn shop in Duluth Minnesota. Looking for partner to setup and run store day to day.
  • Jeff said on July 19, 2010
    William Lucas, I live in kentucky, probably not far from you since your West Virginia, but we have wanted to start a pawn shop in my small town in Kentucky for a while, just don't know how to get started and what kind of capital you need. Would you be willing to help me out and answer some questions? I would be interested in hiring you for a small fee to help me. Please give me your email or something to contact you.
  • Jim said on July 22, 2010
    As a pawn shop owner in Michigan i can tell you this. Do not start "pawning" at first if you have a lower capital to start. Start it as..like "Ricko's better then a Pawn Shop" still getting the pawn shop in the title but not putting yourself just as a pawn shop. Just BUY-SELL-TRADE for first...you will make a decent living doing it. How much to start with? the more ya got the more you will make. In my first pawn shop i actually opened it with 5k...yes that's right $5,000 bucks. And 6 months after that my net worth with my business was over 25-30k and returning my investment fast! Just be in contact with local police and be helpful to then. If you piss them off they will have you closed in no time. After the first 6-12 months then get your pawn shop license and start pawning. This of course is a start up plan for the lower income/lower startup costs. If anyone has any questions feel free to ask me. Thanks
  • Jim said on July 27, 2010
    Jim, Thanks for posting. I am thinking of buying an existing pawn shop versus starting one up. But after reading your story, I might change my mind. How can I get in touch with you to get more details on how you did it? After I get started, I would like to stay in touch. Thanks, LP
  • Shawn Mitchell said on July 31, 2010
    Jim, you have great advice. I had a pawn shop from 1991-98 and it was a great business, but a very tough business too. I have an antique and music shop these days and am thinking about getting back in the pawn business. Divorce pretty much ended my last time in the business, and the current economic conditions are making me think about doing it again. You are correct about the police, they can make it really tough on you if they want. I started with a small amount too, but here in Missouri they have a 50K minimum now.
  • steve said on August 11, 2010
    Wanting to start a gun shop/pawn shop in Florida can you give me any info. on where to start?
  • destiny said on August 13, 2010
    pawn shop i just have a question can you have a felony for hot checks and still get bonded to work in a pawn shop? thank you
  • Rodney said on August 22, 2010
    MY location is Rockmart GA. I'm looking to open a pawn shop or like i read in another response, A buy sale or trade shop. I have 25000. saved but i have bad credit. Is that a problem cause i have no credit line?
  • Matt said on August 23, 2010
    Wow, so many of you people "wanting, wanting, wanting!!" If any of you posters are actually serious about starting a pawn brokerage you wouldn't be asking such nonsensical questions. You'd have already answered them through your own research instead of hounding someone else to do it for you. That's what a REAL businessman would do.
  • rodney said on August 23, 2010
    To Matt i have own another buisness before and it does not hurt to ask and get all the information you can get. So why dont you mind your own and let the rest of us collect all the info we need. So MATT 133 Surf some where your welcome
  • Arman said on August 30, 2010
    I'm selling a inactive pawn shop license that can be used anywhere in Texas. contact me at 469-831-3454. please only serious callers. thanks
  • David Fokala said on September 9, 2010
    I like the valuable information Mr. Jim has contributed. He has openly shared his experiences in this business with people who want to do this business. He might not understand the help he has given in this difficult times. Please, Mr Jim can you give me your contact information or contact me at 301-602-8092. Thanks, David
  • Vee said on September 9, 2010
    Thank you for this helpful site. I like to open a pawnshop in California, mainly in San bernardino, or Riverside county, Looking for a partner who's work in this field and knows the ins and out of the business. Please email me If you are serious about running this business. Thank you!
  • Amy Teal said on September 18, 2010
    Leesburg, Ga 31763. please contact me on information on opening a title pawn thank you in advance 229-364-4287
  • Phillip said on September 23, 2010
    Hello, very interested in starting a pawnshop in my area which is near Louisville, in Kentucky. This has been a life long dream of mine, and my brother's LONG before the b.s. started by the show "Pawn Stars". Any information I could get, obtaining a license, start up cost, etc., Really hope someone can help me out!
  • Jon Carreiro said on September 30, 2010
    Hello , I AM going to open a pawn shop in MA I am 21 and recently lost my mother to cancer and I have plenty of capital to invest. I am really looking for a mentor to help answer my questions. I have spent hours and hours researching online developing a business plan but I still have so many questions. If a experienced pawn broker reads this And is willing to share his/her wisdom I would greatly appreciate it!!!! Jim I do think it is a tremendous idea to start off just selling buying trading especially for someone like me that doesn't have the experience yet. Please contact me joncarreiro@gmail.com . You can also search my email in facebook and find me. Thank you!!!!
  • Jon Carreiro said on September 30, 2010
    Jim you said you can buy sell and trade without a pawn license. What licenses would you need precious metals ? Also does vehicle fall under a traditional pawn license or are additional licenses required.
  • Rafael said on October 1, 2010
  • fmvp said on October 6, 2010
    have been managing 2 stores for 6 years now in so. fla. if you have a shop in the broward area and looking for the Old school peoples type pawnbroker to help i'm looking ! my pay has always been based on the working loans of the store. that being said i'm working in the 100k per year range. as far as opening a store it mainly depends on the city your looking into. some cities will only allow so many licenses to be printed thus limiting the amount of stores in there city.
  • Dan said on October 11, 2010
    Pawnshop owners- you'd be surprised at how much time a decent website could save you. I'm not talking about listing your merchandise online- that would be more trouble than its worth, and that's what ebay is for. A website can, however, provide your potential patrons with valuable information that will save you time explaining things to them. Are there certain items that you specialize in buying or selling? Certain items you won't buy? Frequent questions that you're tired of answering? Documentation that your customers need to bring? Rules about merchandise? (No TVs without the remote control, for example?) Its 2010, and if someone's looking for your shop, they're gonna look online. If they find you online, they're gonna go to your website (if you have one). I specialize in making affordable websites that are VERY easy to maintain. (If you can use this forum, you can make changes to the text on your site.) Interested in a site? Send me an email at dan(at)availdesignservices.com, and let's talk. Sites run between $400 to $3000, depending on how flashy you want me to make it. If it's just your store info, logo, and a few pages of text on a nice template with a few custom photos, plan on about $450, plus $80 if you want over-the-phone training. If you don't want to update it yourself, I can get you a good deal on maintenance services. Thanks! Dan
  • alvin alaniz said on October 17, 2010
    I'm Mexican and want to put a pawn shop but do not know how because I am manager of a company in Monterrey, fsoluciones.com.mx call from mexico and we are the ones who pay more gold and silver throughout North the country, but I would open one in texas who can help me.
  • Mark said on October 18, 2010
    Jim, Can you please call me as I have some questions regarding opening a pawn business in my town. Mark, 810-728-6868
  • shawn beginner adviser said on December 15, 2010
    Its been a year since I posted to this topic....I am the one interested in helping others and myself be successful in the pawn business/business. It looks like there has been a ton of interest in opening pawn stores since I last posted. I have 3 successful locations and would be willing to train all the way from bottom to top leasing/licenses/pawning/vendors/all aspects of the business sell you inv for startup, etc and just a better way to run a pawnshop. Email me and lets see where it goes. ok email me at satbmt@gmail.com


  • bill kirkland said on December 21, 2010
    i am thinking about opening a pawn shop in south ga, i'm concerned about the requirements on the criminal back ground report. i have been charged for receiving stolen properties, but it was dropped from lack of evidence. i dont know if this will affect me from getting my license? if anyone know please help me.
  • Randy said on January 2, 2011
    Yorktown VA. have some money in money market but I am really leaning to opening a pawn store in Yorktown VA. Not working have owned a Kawasaki franchise but looking for something more laid back.I have a friend that owns a pawn shop and I have helped him when he needed someone. I enjoyed it but only helped with minor things. What I'm going to do is basically intern there for a few months.I still will need ANY help I can get. Thanks Randy
  • April Clark said on January 4, 2011
    My husband and I are wanting to open a pawn shop in Southwest Arkansas. Maybe Magnolia or Nashville...or even Prescott. I have no idea how to even begin this journey. Can you get the government loans?? What do you need to obtain a license and what about dealing with guns??
  • April Clark said on January 4, 2011
    I would also like to know how to figure out which community or city would be the best place to open the pawn shop. Is there any way to research that statistically?
  • frank said on January 5, 2011
    Jim, I read your comments and advice,on july 12th 2010, would like to talk to you. Frank from Michigan.
  • frank said on January 5, 2011
    Jim this a corrected e-mail I believe my former one was sent with a typo error frank in Mi 2313602245
  • RAJESH said on January 7, 2011
    i want to start a pawn shop in coimbatore 641044 tamilnadu india .please give the details how to apply for the license and all other formalities to be done to start the business.
  • Roger W said on January 15, 2011
    Adam G & Chad C, I', in WV too. How much progress have you guys made? Just getting started (research stage). A bunch of great questions and responses here.
  • John said on January 15, 2011
    Just by reading all of your posts...by the time everyone opens up a pawn shop there will be no room for anyone to make money in this business...has anyone bothered to research how many pawn shops that are opening and the pie is getting smaller..I'd think twice before investing in a pawn shop its a little too late...
  • Jamey Keith said on January 20, 2011
    April Clark: My partner and I are in the process of opening a pawn shop in Magnolia. I would advise Prescott because they have no pawn dealers that I know of. As to your other questions: To handle firearms you have to have an Federal Firearms License. I just got the information in to start that process so I cannot answer any questions about that. Grants I am not sure of either. Hopefully that will help you out. If you have anything else to ask please email me at jameykeith@hotmail.com
  • robert said on January 22, 2011
    I would like to open a pawn shop in a small town in Ohio. The shop would do well here. How much money would I need for my license and to get it off the ground?
  • James said on January 25, 2011
    I live in OKC and have over 20 years experience in the Pawn business. If anyone is looking for any info, advice or job offer...lol...I would be more than willing to assist. You can e-mail me @ jamesdbl@yahoo.com.
  • Mike said on January 31, 2011
    Hey Guys, I'm Mike I live in MA outside of Boston and have tried find a simple explanation on the MA State Laws to open a Pawn Shop. Can Someone who can help me out with so of the laws, tips, and way to go about opening a Pawn Shop. miked2653@gmail.com
  • James said on February 10, 2011
    How hard is the lic. to get. I'm in Texas and want to open a Pawn Shop and i'm have trouble finding good info on doing so. If there's anyone else in TX that can point me in the right direction?
  • al rivera said on February 12, 2011
    I am thinking of moving to the Joplin Nevada Missouri area. I cannot do the heavy work I have done for so many years due to a back operation I recently had. I would love to run a pawn shop. I am pretty knowledgeable in firearms and have dabbled in retail over the years. Anyone interested in help me can contact me at allsec@msn.com. Thanks Al
  • Teresa said on February 14, 2011
    I would like to have a pawnshop in the Philippines and I dont have enough ideas on how much capital needed and how much is the requirement aggregate assets? I would be very glad if anybody can help me. Many thanks if you can email me at teresaargones@yahoo.co.uk
  • george said on March 3, 2011
    Hi, I'm thinking to open Pawnshop business in Broward county(hollywood, MIramar, Fort laudedale) any one is selling business or any one willing to open second one? Any one in business correctly? I need a lot of info and advise. Please contact me if you can be helpful and i will be willing to pay for service. Currently I have Used car dealership in these Cities and would like to have pawnshops too. Thanks gbmastercars@yahoo.com
  • Mark Crain said on March 3, 2011
    Thanks for this valuable info on starting your own biz! Very enlightening!
  • Eric beginner adviser said on March 14, 2011
    I have a friend who owns two pawn shops here in Indianapolis, Indiana and he makes a lot of money and he also works a ton of hours. Keep in mind you are going to be married to the business for sometime. The pawn business will take a lot of money to operate correctly. Just think of this say some new customer comes into your store and tries to pawn something and you have to tell him to come back next month when you have some more money or that his item is not nice enough. The word will spread like wild fire that you do not have any money to loan, so then people start to worry about you closing up with the items they have already pawned to you and your store. That will kill your business. I asked my friend one time and he said it takes about 150-200,000.00 to open up correctly and make it work. Most business operations fail due to lack of funds to float the business or being under capitalized. Just some advice to think about.
  • Dusty said on March 14, 2011
    I am interested in starting a pawn/gun shop in Albany Georgia, I am currently a partner in another small business totally unrelated to the pawn industry so I know how basic business licensing goes. Where can I get info on how to go about getting this started? I would like to know what all is involved and how much out of pocket money goes in getting it going.
  • dan escalera said on April 3, 2011
    looking for any info or kind souls to point me in the right direction on getting started in mankato minnesota for as cheaply as possible, i am very intense and very very focused when i do something i throw myself into it,eating breathing being what i am into and i truly believe that i can do this and have been dealing with pawn shops for over 20 years, please help if you can and thank you! really need to know what licenses needed to start-NO firearms,thanks again,Dan
  • Lucius L. Dorise said on April 8, 2011
    Dayton, OH. I'm trying to open up a pawn shop here in Ohio how much money do i need to start the business? Do I need a lot of insurance since I stay in a small city? And how much is the permit here. And i also want to sale guns; and how much is the gun permit.
  • jesse california beginner adviser said on May 11, 2011
    in California one needs two bonds for a license $ 20,000 and $100,000. the amount of start up capital would vary from location to location i would say a good amount to be at least $200,000 figure $25,000 for building and fixtures. $100,000 to loan and buy and $75,000 to Carry you over for the first year
  • Dirty said on May 14, 2011
    New York, wondering how to go about starting a pawn shop. No experience with working at pawn stores. If I have no credit, will I be able to get a loan? No felony charges. Miner drug charges on my record.
  • ivan mark said on May 21, 2011
    i have about 20 years experience in starting gold mining company. recently now am in Ghana. i need a partners business on this gold. have been working for Koficast gold mining company in Ghana. this company is a local mining company, but they sell in cheap price.if i see a partner to donate i will ship to his/her company with 40% deposit. if you have an interest you can reply to my mail:ivanmark2011@yahoo.com
  • NEW YORK said on May 26, 2011
    I'm seriously interested in opening a pawn shop in NEW YORK Brooklyn or Manhattan. I have capital, and little knowledge of the industry. But I need more info to properly maintain this business I NEED SOME ONE TO TEACH ME AND TRAINING ME. I PAY FOR THIS... cyma.usa@gmail.com or 718-701-9246 LIVE A MASSAGE I CALL BACK
  • Ricky Ly said on June 6, 2011
    Want to own and profit from a business. I am an American and Cambodian citizen. I only have business skills and am here in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. I have not capital, so can you build a business here, and I be a part of it and profit?
  • james m said on June 13, 2011
    Whiteford, Harford County, Maryland 21160. No existing competition in the area. I'm thinking it is because of all of the requirements. Kind of like the requirements for running an hot dog and snow ball stand in this County in this State! Let me know if I'm wrong. I sure would like to be.
  • Somalyca said on June 21, 2011
    I want to open a pawn shop in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. I just want to know that how many capital should I have for running this business? Thanks.
  • ayub said on June 26, 2011
    i'm thinking about start my own business, is it good if start the pawnshop here in Albania? thankyou for all, Tirana albania. Or any one can suggest me a good business plan? what kind of business should be nice here?
  • wesley said on July 4, 2011
    Atmore AL USA I have this idea about a 24hr pawnshop near where I live its near a casino! I know it would be a risk but there are no 24hr pawnshops anywhere around. Do you think this would be a good idea?
  • Michelle h said on July 10, 2011
    I live in las Vegas NV and I am interested in opening a pawn shop. Please email me back with advise on how to get started etc etc.. i am very interested.. Michelle@prominentfunding.com
  • Sonia Y said on July 13, 2011
    I live in Guyana and i want to know how i can start a pawn shop business, what and what do i have to get in order to start my business.
  • Savannah Davis said on August 3, 2011
    You stated that "Written proof that you have garnered the required minimum number of years of finance related experience" - what exactly does this mean?? I live in Florida and wish to open a pawn shop, how would I find out the number of years that are required for Florida?
  • Frank B said on August 28, 2011
    Hello everybody,very good info.but I need a lot more! Anyone with info on starting a pawnshop in CT I would love to hear from you. Maybe teach me the ropes. take me under ur wing! I need to no everything. thanks in advance. ..splashman691@gmail.com
  • Jimmie sizemore said on September 20, 2011
    Looking to open in ky. How much capital will I need and what kind of advice can you give?
  • Armando Gonzalez said on September 24, 2011
    Can you advice me in how to open a pawn shop on line in New York?
  • Robyn said on October 4, 2011
    I have been in the Pawn business for over 20 years. I have opened and ran many. I now find myself wanted to have one of my own. I do not have the capital but all the experience. I live in Maryland and have a perfect location for one to be opened. Just need a partner to help with the funding. I am very up to date on how to run a pawn shop CORRECTLY. Many people do not know how to do this. Contact me if interested. email address is rdabolish@hotmail.com.
  • DANIEL said on October 4, 2011
  • Keith said on October 6, 2011
    I am interested in opening a nontypical pawnshop in Florida. I have business degrees, and experience opening and running new businesses. I am 37, and unfortunately, just went through a foreclosure, so my credit is no longer perfect, and instead is ruined. I would love to partner with someone who is like me: honest, loyal, kind, and decent. I am fine with doing most of the work, and heavy lifting, if you would rather be less involved. I am very logical and reasonable, and easy to work with. If you are interested, or have any useful information to share, please email me at jomots243@aol.com Looking forward to hearing from you! Thanks! Keith
  • Keith said on October 6, 2011
    Daniel, email me when you have a sec—jomots243@aol.com Maybe we could work together... Keith
  • Davis Brookings said on October 27, 2011
    I own a jewelry store and a pawnshop in Ohio. I am looking for a partner to expand. The current location is perfectly situated and a business plan, showing growth for two additional licenses, is prepped. If you want to be part of a rapidly growing industry and invest in a solid future, please email me. *Serious inquiries only*
  • ben said on October 31, 2011
    I would like to run one a pawnshop here in the states then open others abroad here I think they will make a killing for my retirement.
  • Chris said on November 5, 2011
    @Davis Brookings I am in Ohio and have been wanting to get into the pawn business very seriously, What part of ohio are you in. I am in Wooster, If close maybe we could talk. Locked554466@hotmail.com
  • lol said on November 17, 2011
    If you post on the internet "I want to open a Pawn Shop" right there that should be your cue that you don't have what it takes to open, let alone, maintain a business.
  • Ray said on December 14, 2011
    Hello and Thank You for accepting my time Time and Concern. I am Eager to know what the Law and Requirements are to Open a Business in Pawn Shop. Verona -PA - 15147.Thank You Happy Holidays
  • James said on January 7, 2012
    Hello. Thank you for the information. I would like to be a pawn broker in Marietta, Georgia in United States. How much capital do I need and where do I go for licensing?
  • Roxy said on January 11, 2012
    I want to open a pawn shop in fl. I went through a bankruptcy 7 years ago is this going to cause a problem starting the business.
  • Lynn Ng said on January 13, 2012
    Hello, I have banking experience for over 16 yrs. I am very interested to find out more detail about start up business "pawn shop". Start up cost, revenue requirement or how much capital do I need and licensing. Thank you..... Lynn
  • Sadie W. Alicea said on January 18, 2012
    Huntsville, AL. How many years of finance related experience. do you need? And is this experience needed in the Pawn Shop business? Also how much is needed for start up cost?
  • stout said on January 19, 2012
    i am trying to open a buy sell, and trade store. i was wondering what kind of licenses i have to have for this buss., and what else i have to have. fulton county NY 12095
  • GSmitH said on January 20, 2012
    I am trying to open a pawn shop in Okc.ok . I have the experience and the capital. I am looking for a dedicated and hardworking partner, or just a silent partner. We can talk at gdslsmith@gmail.com
  • sam said on January 26, 2012
    I want to open a title pawn in atlanta ga. Need help of a experienced person who has some knowledge about. title pawn. My e mail is ranbeera@hotmail.com
  • Red said on January 26, 2012
    NE Florida-Is it just me? A few simple observations. I have never in my life read a compilation of the most stupid questions from lazy and pathetic people who want to do anything but get a job. It's so much easier to prey on people more desperate than you are. I have a better idea, "Hey I'm broke, why dont I open a bank? I have no money or credit. Would anyone like to be my partner?" Stars in your eyes cupcake.
  • james scallion said on January 30, 2012
    thinking of opening a pawn shop in mid size town in arkansas...tell me about bonding and what does "garnered" mean. when talking about experience in the financial field...is it necessary to have an appraisal license ....really need sep by step after obtaining license...u have my email
  • Richard Baggett said on February 15, 2012
    I'm looking for a manager/partner in a new pawn shop that this person will setup & manage. Call me 337-540-1736
  • frank rdz said on February 20, 2012
    hello i'm interested in opening a pawnshop in brownsville tx how much would i need to get the license and do i need a bond?
  • rickmaz said on February 23, 2012
    i am interested in opening a pawm shop in toledo oh . Any one want to invest.
  • DONNIE BOWMAN said on April 7, 2012
  • Patrick said on April 11, 2012
    I recently returned from overseas trip and was impressed to see how various businesses are striving but one type of business: pawnshop is absence. Since returning to the States, I have started on a business plan to open up a Pawnshop business in one of the countries where there is total lack or none-existence of such business. The need is apparent and will no doubt take off immediately. I believe, there is so much money to be made in this market. I am actively looking for partner(s). If you are interested, please contact me first via email: agohapatric@gmail.com
  • Nick said on April 21, 2012
    I would like to open a pawn shop in upstate new york. I need info and/or business partner... email cardplayer1289@gmail.com
  • Kurt said on May 21, 2012
    Looking to Open a Pawn shop in Michigan, possibly Royal Oak. Looking for partner
  • Kevin Ho said on May 21, 2012
    I plan to open a pawn shop in Seattle WA. I am looking for some one can help me to get the license and step by step to build a pawn shop in Seattle WA. Thanks
  • Mojalefa Elias said on June 1, 2012
    I would like to open a pawn shop in Botshabelo,Free state,RSA. How much will capital i need and what kind of advices can you assist me with?
  • Bobby Warren said on June 6, 2012
    I live in Missouri and want to open a pawn shop in southern Missouri. What are the laws and license for my state?
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  • Alan said on June 15, 2012
    Hello, I am a 25 year old businessman and I am looking for a partner to open up a pawn shop in California with. I am dedicated, hard working and thrive for success. If you're Interested and share similar qualities, Please get in touch with me via email: helpnow800@yahoo.com
  • Mike Shelley said on June 16, 2012
    I would like information on owning and operating a pawn shop business. I live in the Colunbia,SC area.
  • Regina Payne said on June 30, 2012
    Hi I was a pawn shop manager for 10yrs for a large international pawn shop. I want to own my own shop but I do not have the financing I know the business and have a great repoire in the Whitehaven neighborhood in Memphis Tennessee. Just need some help.
  • Regina said on July 8, 2012
    i would like to start an on line company to be a pawn broker is that possible and could i get some leads of where to go.
    ~i reside @ Kissimmee, FL
    ~do i need a license for this as well


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