62 questions from our users
Can you go into cash converters and buy your stuff back if you have lost your ticket
dont know go in & try
Present into the store Buys & Loans Department with your drivers licence. They will provide you with a stat dec to be signed at a chemist. You can then return and collect your goods.
If your contract has expired due to non-payment your goods will be for sale in the Retail Department where anyone can purchase them.
Can i get loan for perfectly working p30 pro huawei, but whit bad panel?
Does Cash Converters accept Electrical Items that are 3 phase power (industrial tools etc)?
What happens if you constantly default on your loans?
Personally, I never take out a Cash Converters Loan as their rates are ridiculously high.
If you constantly default on a loan, they can refuse to allow you to take out further loans as you’re classed as being “unreliable”.
It may also go against you if you want to take out a loan with another Financial Institution as it may affect your “lender” rating with them.
I hope that helps in some way.
they will constantly take legal action action against you in the local court then they will get a court order to you make you pay
You lose all of the goods you left with them as collateral.
Bit of a theme running with 'tony"and"jphn west" . Thanks for your helpful responses. Not
I've lost my buy back receipt can i still get my item back?
Why dont you ask the store? instead of asking the public on a review forum
because this is a public forum hence the question ... I mean Um , So sorry my good olde cash converters forum question nazi. May I respond in such a non forum like way. Perhaps you could tell me what I am permitted to write as no one else really cares but you.
i bought laptop into cash converters for month just realised i am 4 days late to pick up item, ive had that bad flu couldnt find the receipt now ive seen that it was due to be taken out 26 of the month, can i still get laptop out on monday please i need help
ask the store
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