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Penny Pincher

Howard, OH

#1 Apr 4, 2013
Any thoughts on the pawn shop beside Kentucky Fried? I'm thinking about buying a new laptop and wasn't sure if anyone had purchased anything from them.
old yella

Mount Vernon, OH

#2 Apr 4, 2013
Bought a playstation there and it works perfectl.
Get what u pay for

Fredericktown, OH

#3 Apr 4, 2013
Penny Pincher wrote:
Any thoughts on the pawn shop beside Kentucky Fried? I'm thinking about buying a new laptop and wasn't sure if anyone had purchased anything from them.
My buddy got a ps3 there and it didn't work. Took it back and got another and the controller didn't work. Exchanged the controller for another broken one and then got an IOU for one that works, when they get an extra they said. So I wouldn't recommend going there.
Not Impressed

Howard, OH

#4 Apr 4, 2013
I went in there when I got my taxes back and wanted to buy a wii. I was expecting to pay used price since that's what it is. They are wanting too much for their stuff. And the girl that helped me knew less than I did. They should put less money in their items and more into their staff. I won't go back.
animal control

Mansfield, OH

#5 Apr 4, 2013
pawn shops anymore seem to price everything @ top dollar...the last time i needed some new coaxial speakers for my humvee they had a $29.95 price sticker and the shop ower grabed the new box and said "$20", so he sold them to me.

i buy stuff on eBay frum pawn shops...everthing on their shelves is posted online somewhere err anuddaha'

one thing with a lap-tops is you need new batteries every couple years, so you might as well have 2 on hand

~no charge
old yella

Wooster, OH

#6 Apr 4, 2013
Never had a problem with my ps3 and got a good deal.
Bubba

Zanesville, OH

#7 Apr 4, 2013
I bought a iPad from them. The 3G still worked for 2 months after I bought it. Sold it on eBay and made $50 and bought a iPad mini.

I got a good deal from them and was happy.
sally

Zanesville, OH

#8 Apr 7, 2013
These pawn shops are making money hand over fist. Drug addicts are selling everything but their organs. Many are regulars and pawn shop owners know it. Shame on the addict and the pawn shop owners!
Vibrant

West Liberty, OH

#9 Apr 8, 2013
I recently purchased a used vibrator for my wife's cute lonely friend, she loves it; THANK YOU Cashland !!!!!!!!
Doctor Grothouse

Ocklawaha, FL

#10 Apr 9, 2013
Recently extracted one of those from Flip Flops arse.
Do they pay top dollar for good used?
Skimpy Downs

Bellefontaine, OH

#11 Apr 9, 2013
Doctor Grothouse wrote:
Recently extracted one of those from Flip Flops arse.
Do they pay top dollar for good used?
Is that the the same vibrator he borrowed from you because you wanted to get a bigger one that rotated a little faster?
GBA

Saint Marys, OH

#12 Apr 10, 2013
Skimpy Downs wrote:
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Is that the the same vibrator he borrowed from you because you wanted to get a bigger one that rotated a little faster?
I think he was just attracted to the pawm shop symbot hanging over the door.
wowzers

Dublin, OH

#13 Apr 10, 2013
The pawn shop over by municipal court building is pretty fair. if you are selling he gives double what Ashland does. also fair on prices when buying. I have also gotten q few good deals at cashland. go to the girl with freckles w dark hair. she always cuts me a great deal!!
wowzers

Dublin, OH

#14 Apr 10, 2013
wowzers wrote:
The pawn shop over by municipal court building is pretty fair. if you are selling he gives double what Ashland does. also fair on prices when buying. I have also gotten q few good deals at cashland. go to the girl with freckles w dark hair. she always cuts me a great deal!!
pays double what cashland does**
Grace

Medina, OH

#15 Apr 11, 2013
Why aren't these pawn shops charged for receiving stolen property? They know it is.
GBA

Saint Marys, OH

#16 Apr 11, 2013
Grace wrote:
Why aren't these pawn shops charged for receiving stolen property? They know it is.
When you get a little spare time, drop by the police station and ask how many stolen hock able items are reported each week. After you lift your jaw up off the floor, volunteer to go to every pawn shop in a 50 mile radius and check them against the items pawned. Also note how many people have recorded the SN of the unit so you can positively identity it as stolen. At that point the broker can give you full details about the information he was given by the pawner. Should be a snap eh? Wouldn't take much time or man power either, don't you think? We are faced with an epidemic of a problem. Drugs have created a whole new industry of thefts. Most are from their own family members. About the only way to protect yourself is with your own security system, a good log of everything you own, marking all valuables, and being well armed. As much as your local law enforcement officer would love to help you, his is out gunned and under manned.
wowzers

Dublin, OH

#17 Apr 12, 2013
Grace wrote:
Why aren't these pawn shops charged for receiving stolen property? They know it is.
I have often wondered the same thing..but just as they can't know every item that is stolen..regular people can't either. I hate the rsp law. if I pay a fair price for something how is it that I could be charged for rsp ? Don't get it.
GBA

Saint Marys, OH

#18 Apr 12, 2013
wowzers wrote:
<quoted text>I have often wondered the same thing..but just as they can't know every item that is stolen..regular people can't either. I hate the rsp law. if I pay a fair price for something how is it that I could be charged for rsp ? Don't get it.
They are charged with notifing authorities when they susspect criminal activity, and they do question where the items come from. But like many on here, you don't always get the truth.
Grace

Brecksville, OH

#19 Apr 12, 2013
When the pawn shop gives $50 for a tennis bracelet and the scrawny strung out guy takes it, they should report it. These places are as much to blame as the thieves taking it. Who sells $500 iPad for $50? Nobody unless you need a fix and didn't spend your own money for it.
GBA

Saint Marys, OH

#20 Apr 12, 2013
Grace wrote:
When the pawn shop gives $50 for a tennis bracelet and the scrawny strung out guy takes it, they should report it. These places are as much to blame as the thieves taking it. Who sells $500 iPad for $50? Nobody unless you need a fix and didn't spend your own money for it.
I didn'[t state what they do do, but what they should do.

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