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Pawn Master Can Pay Your Rent And Hospital Bills

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Do you want money for rent? Perhaps, funds are running low, and you are in dire need of some hundreds of cedis in cash to pay that hospital bill or rent— ASAP. The banks are not helping you, and that microfinance place wants a 300% annual interest rate. 

There is that old but gold bracelet or the iPhone you have. It can be of use now. Let Pawn Master in (Osu Accra) be your genie. This is where your valuable can be liquidated into cash, instant cash, in exchange of your valuables.

Pawn master is an international brand with an enviable track record of Professionalism from South Africa that is leading in the business of pawning in Africa. Recently opened with three branches in Accra, Kumasi and Takoradi, Pawn Master is aimed at meeting the financial needs of the average Ghanaian working class.

 “We ensure liquidity in times of emergency where no one cares. You have an item that serves no purpose and is of no use to you immediately. Make use of it now. “We would buy it off you”, said Madam Loritta Obison who is the Manager of Pawn Master Ghana with vast international experience in pawning from South Africa and London.

Wedding rings, gold wrist watches, cars, land, iPhones, laptops, televisions, speakers, quality play stations, and other electronic devices, furniture and any device imaginable items which are in good condition, used or brand new can be traded for cash.

We would asses and decide whether to invest in it or not after assessment. Your sleepless nights are over, get the item to Pawn Master and grab that cash.

Pawn Master has recently been opened in Osu in colorful ceremony that saw Ghana’s top brass celebrities from the entertainment industry and people from all walks of life.

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