Pawn Loans in Chamblee

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Pawn Loan

Pawn Loan Chamblee, GA

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Chapes-JPL is Chamblee’s largest fully licensed pawn loan broker and jeweler, serving the garden state since 1890. All of our locations provide collateral loans on jewelry. The Chamblee’s location also loans on select non-jewelry items, call us for more information.

Chamblee Pawn Loan

In addition to being Chamblee’s largest pawn loan broker, Chapes-JPL is also a full service Jeweler offering new and estate jewelry for sale at large discounts from traditional jewelry stores. We also do repairs on jewelry and watches.

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Chapes-JPL has convenient locations to satisfy all of your jewelry needs. Whether you want to buy jewelry, sell your old jewelry for cash or get an instant cash loan on your jewelry, our solid reputation guarantees that you have chosen the right place to do business.

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The Pawn Process
Bring in your jewelry for a loan appraisal. If you decide to pawn your jewelry we will give you cash immediately. We will hold your jewelry for you in our safe or vault until you return to redeem your loan (up to 6 months).

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If you don’t want to pay for your loan in full you may pay the interest and renew your loan for another 6 month period. In the event that you decide not to redeem or renew your loan, you will not be held accountable.

Rich will take ownership of the jewelry and you have no further obligations. There is no penalty or negative effect on your credit.

Why choose Chapes-JPL?
– We have been Chamblee’s largest pawnbroker since 1890
– We have a knowledgeable staff with experience in gold ,diamonds, and watches.
– All of our loans are for a period of 6 months as opposed to 3 months for most other pawnbrokers.
– Our commitment to customer service is what most sets us apart from our competition. We want your business now and in the future and will make every effort to accommodate your needs.

Chamblee Pawn Loan was last modified: August 22nd, 2020 by Matt Anton