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Daily Finance – Win a $1000 Holiday Shopping Spree with Pawngo! | View Article

Enter your chance to win Pawngo’s Holiday Cash Giveaway. Pawngo will be awarding one grand prize winner a $1,000 Amazon gift card and 10 runner-ups will each receive a $50 Amazon gift card. The giveaway runs from December 4, 2012 to December 21, 2012. All US residents are

The Street – A Booming Business Luring Upscale Customers | View Article

Pawngo was reputedly the first online pawn website, launched in June 2011 by a veteran brick-and-mortar pawn shop guy and backed by the same venture capital fund that got Groupon off the ground. The company offers loans from $500 to $1 million based on the value of high-e

FOX10 Phoenix – Need Holiday Cash? Try Pawning for Presents | View Article

Tight on cash? You don’t have to be a “pawn star” to pawn items for holiday shopping. IF you’re looking for a high amount of cash, Todd Hills, with, suggests pawning high-end jewelry, diamonds, and watches. He says pawning luxury items that are 100 perce

The Wall Street Journal – Pawn Shops Dipping into Deeper Pockets | View Article

With holiday bills starting to come due, even some affluent Americans may be looking for a source of quick cash. But these days, the wealthy are increasingly likely to be wooed by lenders from a place outside the traditional financial realm—the local pawnshop

Business Insider – A Discreet Way for Wealthy People to Pawn | View Article

Online pawn shops are so mainstream, Pawngo has partnered up with hit A&E reality series “Pawn Stars” to launch a co-branded website called According to Marketwatch, they’re making big waves in the pawn industry as a whole, with pawnshop revenue topping

Time – Reinventing the Pawn Shop | View Article

When his family lost their Colorado farm in the late 1980s, a young Todd Hills went into town to pawn his saddle. “I got a lot less than the saddle was worth,” says Hills, ”but I walked away with a job.” That’s right: He went to work for the pawn broker — and had soon wor – Foreclosure Sales call for Caution | View Article

“Buying a house for $30,000 below market value doesn’t mean much if you have $40,000 in necessary repairs,” says Todd Hills, CEO of pawn-store website Use the home inspection to calculate how much the repairs will cost and to be certain you can pay for them…

Cosmopolitan – 6 Ways to Make Money Fast | View Article

“Collect any unwanted jewelry or valuables you have lying about and resell them for cash at a local consignment shop,” she advises. You can also consign online at retailers like Twice. As for other valuables you don’t want—like gold and collectibles? Have them appraise

Fox Business – A Cash-Flow Solution for Small Businesses | View Article

Pawngo CEO Todd Hills on his efforts to make pawn stores available to small businesses. Hills started Pawngo in 2011 with the goal of helping people achieve their financial goals without the hassle of creditors or banks.

TastyTrade Network – Bootstrapping with Todd Hills | View Article

Tom and Tony talk with Todd Hills of Pawngo. Todd Hills is the CEO of Pawngo, the first full-service online pawn shop in the United States. After more than 25 years owning and operating brick and mortar pawn shops, Hills decided to bring this 3,000-year-old industry onlin

303 Magazine – Techin’ In: Pawngo, World’s First Online Pawn Shop | View Article

In a time where obtaining credit can be a difficult task, Pawngo provides white collar individuals and small business owners with a secure outlet to obtain some quick money in a time of need.

San Francisco Business Times – Pawngo Serves The “S” In “SMB” | View Article

Launched in 2011, Pawngo, the first and leading online pawn lender in the United States announced a program specially designed to serve the small business owner.

MSN Money – Pawn Shops go Mainstream | View Article

Pawn shops have become respectable. Not so long ago, they were considered a haven only for drug dealers, thieves, and the chronically poor. But in case you haven’t noticed, the pawn industry has given itself a makeover.

Upstart Business Journal – Pawngo CEO on Why a Pawnshop Business Loan Isn’t Nuts | View Article

The UpTake: The recession may have left many out-of-work Americans self-employed, but it created business opportunities for startups like Pawngo, an online pawnshop whose new CEO wants to get self-employed people financing when banks reject them.

Denver Business Journal – Online Pawn is Taking the Industry Upscale, says Pawngo CEO | View Article

The Internet may be just the thing to take pawn lending upscale. At least, that’s what Centennial-based Pawngo’s new CEO, Jim McHose, is seeing as he tries to expand the online pawn store that started four years ago. The company focuses on pawn lending to customers who

Mashable – 7 Craigslist Alternatives | View Article

While Craigslist offers a unique way to find goods and services online, there are several setbacks to the online classifieds platform: Scams run rampant, spam ads are frequent and the minimalist design lacks user-friendly appeal. Many still flock to Craigslist to post jo

San Francisco Business Times – The New Player in Small Business Loans | View Article

Small business owners are turning to pawnshops when they want easier access to financing than they can get at a bank. While there are no figures that track how many small businesses turn to pawn shops for cash, Provident is among the growing number of pawn shops lending t

Bank Tracker – Pawn Your Valuables Online for Some Quick Cash | View Article

Those looking for a short-term, low-interest loan now have an ally in a new digital venture formed by the financial backers of popular group purchasing website Groupon. The way to service works is fairly simple. After first signing up for the service an indiv

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Dewey Burke, CEO, Pawngo

“Are your assets safe? The first thing anyone should know is that safety is Pawngo’s top priority. We insure your assets from when you ship it to us, during storage here in our vault, and on its way back to you.”