OXON HILL

5225-B Indian Head Hwy.
Oxon Hill, MD 20745
(301) 839-4433

WALDORF

3360 Crain Hwy
Waldorf, MD 20603
(301) 645-1600

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M-F 9:00AM - 8:00PM
SAT 9:00AM - 7:00PM
SUN CLOSED

5225-B Indian Head Hwy.
Oxon Hill, MD 20745
(301) 839-4433

3360 Crain Hwy
Waldorf, MD 20603
(301) 645-1600

High Dollar Loans in Maryland

High Dollar Loans in Maryland

Rolex Presidents loans up to $10,000.00.

Fine Jewelry Loans up to $50,000.00.

Move your jewelry loans to us and we can work out a payment plan that works for you. We can often beat the competitions rates.

We keep your loan confidential and your property secure.

Most pawnshops charge the same interest rates whether you are borrowing $10 or $10k but we adjust our interest rates to work with you.

Our interest rates are the lowest in Maryland and Virginia on high dollar collateral based loans.

Call to make an appointment: (Ask for a Manager)
Oxon Hill: 301.839.4433  (MGM National Harbor Location)
Waldorf: 301.645-1600

Loans over $2,500 are only 5% per month (60% APR)
Loans between $1500 – $2500 are only 10% per month (120% APR)
Loans between $500 – $1500 are 15% per month (180% APR)
Loans up to $500 are 20% per month (240% APR)

LOAN EXAMPLE 1: We recently loaned out on a pair of diamond earrings for $2,600 cash.  The customer walked out the door with money in-hand, on the spot.  That customer has one month to pay off the loan.  If paid back after one month, they would owe $2,730. The customer also has the option to simply pay the $130 which would extend the loan an additional month.  The customer would still owe $2,730 to pickup their loan by the end of the second month.  The customer may extend the loan in this manner as many times as needed.

LOAN EXAMPLE 2: We recently loaned out on a gold neckalce for $700 cash.  The customer walked out the door with money in-hand, on the spot.  That customer has one month to pay off the loan.  If paid back after one month, they would owe $805. The customer also has the option to simply pay the $105 which would extend the loan an additional month.  The customer would still owe $805 to pickup their loan by the end of the second month.  The customer may extend the loan in this manner as many times as needed.