Max Pawn Continues Offering Interest-Free Loans to Those Affected By COVID-19 Shutdown

Max Pawn Continues Offering Interest-Free Loans to Those Affected By COVID-19 Shutdown

As the economic situation in Southern Nevada remains uncertain with the mandated shutdown scheduled through April 30, local pawn and consignment store Max Pawn will continue to offer interest-free pawn loans to Clark County residents.

“The shutdown has affected every family in our valley,” says owner Michael Mack. “We strongly encourage residents to take advantage of this program before heading to high-interest payday loan facilities.”

To be eligible for this offer, Nevada residents must bring an item for pawn to Max Pawn to receive a 90-day interest-free loan on the item.

As a financial institution, Max Pawn will continue to stay open to serve guests and the community; however, guests are encouraged to make online payments and transactions through the Max Pawn website or app.

In addition to the loan program, Max Pawn has implemented an updated clean house policy. Employees wear gloves as they handle pawned items and cash to prevent the spread of any harmful germs. Max Pawn is proud to offer paid sick leave to staff.

About Max Pawn: Founded on the principles of honesty, good value and great customer service, Las Vegas’ Max Pawn is the city’s go-to consignment and reseller. Specializing in luxury goods, this modern store sells, loans, trades and consigns fine jewelry, fine Swiss watches, designer handbags and other high-end valuables. Led by fourth-generation pawn broker Michael Mack, Max Pawn offers an award-winning experience to every customer.

Follow Max Pawn on Facebook and Instagram for merchandise and event updates. Visit Max Pawn at 6040 W. Sahara Ave, Las Vegas, Nevada.

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