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"Authenticity Guaranteed" at Max Pawn

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February 21, 2020 By Max Pawn

“Authenticity guaranteed,” is a key phrase for Michael Mack, owner of Max Pawn of Las Vegas. “Our great grandfather started in the pawn business in the 1930’s in Seattle, Washington. The original store was opened to meet the needs of the customer, a tradition that continues with the fourth-generation.”

“Our most valuable asset is our customer,” continues Mack. “Our customers know they will get a fair price when buying or selling their fine jewelry, watches, and other valuables.”

Everything sold at Max Pawn is authenticated by professionals with decades of experience. Buyers can feel confident that their purchases are real, verified by cutting-edge technology. This includes brands like Rolex, Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Patek Philippe, Louis Vuitton, Chanel. Chloe, Gucci, Fendi, Dior and Hermes.

“We specialize in very high-end handbags and every handbag we buy or sell goes through a 10-step process,” Mack explained. “We check the canvas, the stitching, the structure and the materials.” Max Pawn’s Entrupy device scans the microfibers of a handbag and compares it to a database of authentic images, offering certificate of authentication for verified items.

Max Pawn has embraced the digital era and become a community partner for buyers and sellers using third party websites. When selling a high value item, the seller can arrange to meet at Max Pawn. The staff will authenticate and estimate a fair market value so the seller can offer peace of mind to the buyer. It also is a common and safe place to complete the sale. “It’s like an escrow for authenticity,” said Mack.

“We’re excited to be at the front of consignment and pawn in the digital age,” says Mack. “With guaranteed authenticity, an emphasis on true customer relationships, and the use of platforms like eBay and LetGo, we’re modernizing the business in Las Vegas and beyond. Our team also has an eye on trends, whether that’s high-end sneakers, lab made diamonds, or even that must-have Goyard tote.”

Integrity in the business is another hallmark of Max Pawn. While they carry a few coins, they refer their rare coin and precious metals business to another business in the Las Vegas market. They take the approach that it is better to seek the advice of someone that specializes in an item and can provide the level of service each customer deserves.

Customers looking for specific items can also ask the Max Pawn team to help them find exactly what they are looking for. Employees use dedicated resources to find the perfect match or specific alternatives – even outside of Las Vegas.

Customer service always comes first at Max Pawn. Whether the team of employees is working in online sales, loans or other areas, guests in the store always receive undivided attention from the knowledgeable team.  

In addition to the retail location, Max Pawn has an online store that sells jewelry, coins, gold bullion, electronics and more. They also offer full-service jewelry repair, including prong repair or resizing on rings, clasp repair, restringing loose pearls, adding and removing links from watches and more. Jewelry cleaning and inspection are always free.

With inventory changing every day, Mack recommends that shoppers “stop by our retail location and visit us online often – you never know what treasures we’ll have.”


This article was presented and sponsored by Max Pawn. For more information, go to MaxPawn.com. Visit Max Pawn at 6040 W. Sahara Ave NE on the corner of Sahara and Jones, just minutes away from the Strip or call toll free at 877-573-7296.


 


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