Make The Most Of Your Valuables

With the recession continuing in the UK, many households are feeling the financial pressure this brings. People are finding it difficult to make ends meet, they are losing their jobs and finance is becoming even more difficult to arrange.

We all need to be looking around at ways to reduce our costs to minimise the adverse effect of the recession. Pawn broking is one solution we should all consider during these tough times and it’s a simple way of making the most of valuable items we have lying around at home.

Get cash in 24 hours for your valuables Online pawn brokers offer short-term loans secured against collateral and personal assets such as jewellery, watches, gold and many other valuables. Borro are the UK’s leading short term asset lender, they offer two times more money than their competitors and at much better rates.

All you need to do is apply online, let Borro know what products you’d like to loan against and they will value your items for you. If you’re happy with the loan value amount, you can get cash the very same day!

The loan can be repaid at any time without any early redemption fees. Once repaid, your items will be returned to you using the same delivery method used when the items were sent to Borro.

There are many delivery methods available offering you peace of mind. From Royal Mail Special Courier Delivery, which the majority of people use or Free Premium Sameday Courier for valuables worth £10k or more. Borro also offer an appointment service for valuables worth £1k or more where they organise for customers to meet their valuation team face to face at Borro’s appointment office. Free home visits are also available for loans over £30k, where one of Borro’s valuation experts will come and meet you at your home at a mutually convenient time.

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