The Pawnbroking /Buyback service has been around for centuries, and for good reason. It is an extremely practical and flexible way to borrow money, and at relatively low cost.
At Cheque and Cash Express, your valuables are kept secure for the duration of your loan. You can leave them with us for as little as a day, and as long as 28 days.
An option to renew the agreement on the 28th day for a further 28 days is available.
We charge a daily interest rate, and you can redeem your item at any time by repaying the initial loan along with any outstanding interest.
Our staff routinely provide loans on: Gold Jewellery Watches Diamonds Platinum Palladium Sovereigns Krugerrands Silver Art And More.
Simply bring in your item of value along with photo ID and recent proof of address (you must be 18 years or older), and you can walk out with an instant cash loan in minutes, knowing your items will be held securely until you redeem them.
You’ll need to bring a minimum of two recent documents one to confirm identity, such as a passport, driving licence and or correspondence from HMRC or DWP and another to confirm address, dated from within the last 3 months, such as a utility bill, council correspondence, etc. Please click here for a list of acceptable ID documents.
Anti-money laundering regulations require that we are able to prove your identity. To ensure a speedy transaction it would help if you brought the following:
A minimum of two recent documents one to confirm identity, such as a passport, driving licence and or correspondence from HMRC or DWP and another to confirm address and National Insurance number, dated from within the last 3 months, such as a utility bill, council correspondence, etc. Please click here for a list of acceptable ID documents.
- Current UK/EU Photocard Driving Licence (full or provisional)
- Current Passport
- UK Biometric Immigration Document
- UK Firearm/Shotgun Licence
- EU National ID card
- Recent Utility Bill
- Water Bill for current year
- TV Licence – 12 month licence, valid until expiry date on licence.
- HMRC correspondence
- Council Rent Book/Benefit Book
- Council/Housing Association Agreement Bank/Building Society Statement
- Credit Card Statement
- Mortgage Statement