Thursday, October 1, 2015

How to Deal With Pawned Jewelry

My business runs with people who are in need of easy money, pawning and loaning. I've been in this business for years and have learned how I can kill time and still make enough money from my business. I read a lot of articles on the Internet and have learned a lot of things, even outside the topic of money. Heck! I even read about


One day, I came across a topic that discusses how they can deal with pawned jewelry, which they are having problems with. The first question that I have is, where did they use the money from pawning their jewelry? If it was used for something else other than dealing with an emergency situation, I will, most likely, tell the person to just let it go.

If you pawned your jewelry just to have money for something that is not important or could wait, what's the use of getting it back? You'll end up pawning it again sooner or later. However, if the money was used for a medical emergency or something that would require you to have immediate cash, then there's an easy way to cope.


Most of the time, pawning is the only thing that people can think of when it comes to extra cash. This is due to the pressure of another debt that will create higher interest than pawning. This pressure is enough to prevent us from making radical decisions. Once the problem is settled, it'll be easier for you to look around and do the things that should be done handle your debt.


Cutting down on your meals or groceries is also a good way to handle pawned jewelry. It will only take a day for you to create a realistic budget, and this is what I want you to do right after you've dealt with your emergency situation. It won't take more than a day, but will save your finances for years. All it takes is for you to be more transparent with the way you handle your money.


If you were able to get your jewelry back, the first thing that you need to do is to build an extra source of income and never use that income for average consumption. Just think of it as a source of emergency funds so you won't have to pawn your jewellery or get yourself in deeper debt.

One customer paid of his debt by giving my family and I a two week vacation to Ystradgynlais. He even showed us a travel website to pick out all our excursions!



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