) I don't want to break any laws so my guess is I should tell my attorney about this loan. I've closed the bank account the check I gave them is with. I think my attorney will be upset that I took out another loan. Also will he need to see my bank statements. My attorney knows I have a gambling issue and there are a ton of 20, 40 withdrawals to play lottery tickets. Actually, the gambling is what got me here in first place and I'm in a 12 step program now.
Please advise, thank you. Christine, since you live outside of California and also have a bankruptcy attorney, I can't give you advice about your bankruptcy EXCEPT that you should immediately tell all this to your own bankruptcy attorney.
If they cant pay the full amount, they have the option to pay by the day for the extra time needed. What happens if the pawn loan is not paid back. We make every attempt to have each and every item that is pawned picked up by the person who pawned it.
However, sometimes even after repeated attempts to contact the client the item goes unclaimed. In that case, the item becomes our property and is put out on the sales floor with a price thats meant to sell. Our mistake is your bonus. The Cash and Pawn Shop. Cash paid for unwanted jewellery, gadgets electricals.
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