Do you want to borrow 2000 USD without a BCR check? There are possibilities for you to still get the 2000 USD. There are companies that lend you 2,000 USD without BCR testing. From a legal point of view, you sell something you have in your possession to a company and you have a repurchase option if you repay the money on time.
So you do not have to repay the money, you decide for yourself. In this article we will explain how this works, pledging of your things. Good to know is that some pawnshops are also open on Saturdays.
It works easily. On the internet you will find a number of parties who give you money in exchange for certain material matters without checking at the BCR. You agree on a sort of ‘buy-back option’ with the pawnshop.
This is called pawning your things. You hand in one of your things and you can often get the money right away, without your BCR being involved. If you do not buy back your things, the pawnshop will keep your things.
You can go to various pawnshops with jewels of silver, gold and diamond. Especially the lending of gold is popular. The value of your jewelry is determined on the spot. For larger amounts such as 2000 USD, the lending of gold may not be sufficient.
Pledging your motorcycle, car, boat. For larger amounts you can pledge your means of transport such as your motorcycle, your car or boat. Your vehicle is parked safely. The value is estimated by the pawnshop. You immediately receive several thousand USD.
Other electronic hardware such as your PC, telephone, TV, watch or camera. If you do not have a means of transport that you can pledge because you need it for your work, for example, and you do not have any jewelry that you can / want to borrow, then you can consider pledging your electronics. Your mobile, TV, watch and laptop generate money. Here too the value is estimated on the spot and you get your money right with it.
You actually speak of a buy-back option that you have on your things. However, a period of 1 to 6 months is often agreed. After that period, the pawnshop has the right to sell your things to someone else.
This varies per pawnshop. You usually get up to a maximum of 50% to 75% of the current market value of your things.