Avery and Samolyk (2011) use the FDIC supplement used in this article to study both payday and pawnshop
They're just going down the list of pawnshops
," he said.
When the Davis Brothers announced that their company, Gold N Connection, was purchasing one of South Florida's most iconic pawnshops
, nobody was surprised.
The result was that a number of pawnshops
opened in the country, which inevitably led to some pawnshops
being used in criminal schemes to rob people of their property in exchange for loans several times lower than market value of the goods.
Fred Kaen, a finance professor at the University of New Hampshire, explained the similar borrowing and lending processes at banks and pawnshops
For example, individuals might check pawnshops
before buying new electronics.
Well-organized Spanish pawnbrokers closed their doors to protest Revolutionary regimes' restrictions on interest rates; women first petitioned, then rioted, breaking into the pawnshops
to retrieve their property and, in the process, largely destroying pawnbroking as a private business in Mexico.
He was being groomed to be chief of police when this all went down, and they kicked him down to pawnshop
police arrived and found the pawnshop
employee holding two robbers at gunpoint.
The perpetrator of the January 2001 shootings used a gun that had changed hands four times before it reached a pawnshop
, making the gun maker far removed from the triggerman.
THE 'disgruntled employee' is the one who has got their pawnshop
facts wrong and contradicted themselves.
Father-of-two Groom, who runs a pawnshop
in New Ferry, was given a 120-hour community punishment order and a two-year drivingban.