Just popping the Bentley down to cash converters

  ¿ unsure ¿ 03 Jan 13
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to raise a few bob.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/newsbysector/retailandconsumer/9778386/What-the-rich-pawned-in-2012.html

Any one used recentlytley. I was a regular in the 50's for my older brother. His watch jewelryllry spent more time under the 3 balls than on him.

  ¿ unsure ¿ 03 Jan 13

The new version of spill chucker is teribull. Gone back to pasting in word.

Last line should be

Any one used them recently. I was a regular in the 50's for my older brother. His watch jewelry spent more time under the 3 balls than on him.

  bumpkin 03 Jan 13

nothing wong with the spill chicker it mist bee vou

  Al94 03 Jan 13
  interzone55 04 Jan 13

I regularly use Cash Converters, but only as a shopper.

I was in one last weekend and a guy was trying to sell them a mobile, no box or charger, so pretty obviously nicked. They refused to buy it and the guy got quite abusive.

It's a sad fact that some people really have no cash, but maybe if those people hadn't bought the gadgets, often from places like Brighthouse with sky high finance rates, they wouldn't then need to sell them to buy the weekly shop from Lidl.

I don't know the answer, but in the meantime I'll use them as a source of cheap DVDs and games

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