What Are Pawn Shops?
For some people, a pawnshop can be difficult to define.
There are many false stereotypes and misunderstandings concerning our industry. At Capital Cash Pawn & Jewelry we understand that our primary role is as a bank for people in the Raleigh – Durham Triangle community, who are looking for that short-term access to cash.
We offer value to our customers by making loans, purchasing valuables and providing high quality popular items at low prices.
We have compiled a list to help define what a pawn shop actually is.
|Pawn Shops Are
||Pawn Shops are Not
|Dedicated to their customers
||Cluttered shops full of junk
|Here to help people get access to money when they need it
||An underground market for stolen goods
|In the business of providing safety net loans for families
||Just for “poor people”
|Interested in loaning you as much as possible for your possessions
||Capable of negatively affecting your credit
|An old practice that existed in ancient cultures such as Greece, Rome and China
||Looking to get your possessions as cheaply as possible
|Highly regulated on federal, state and local levels
||A dangerous place
|A great place to buy gold, jewelry and other quality items without retail mark up
||Focused on selling your items-we prefer to loan you money, and for you to get your items back
|A great and dependable option when facing unexpected financial difficulty
||Firearms Retailers (in the case of Capital Cash Pawn & Jewelry)
If you have any questions about pawn shops or the experiences and services you are sure to enjoy at Capital Cash Pawn & Jewelry, please give us a call at 919-829-9151, or drop by at 2420 Wake Forest Road, Raleigh.
The best way to see how our shop actually operates is to pay us a visit. We are conveniently located for customers in Raleigh, Apex, Cary, Holly Springs, Wake Forest, Durham, Chapel Hill and the surrounding areas. We also have many patrons who come to us from cities further away such as Fayetteville, Selma, Knightdale, Louisburg, Pittsboro, Wendell, Smithfield, Zebulon, Franklin, Bunn, and Granville.