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A great place to waste your time if you're looking to PAWN. For any loan... expect 25% of re-sale (again, re-sale not retail) value for your items, or absolutely nothing at all. They don't do baseball cards (no matter what the value, no joke) if you haven't PAID to have them rated and graded... until you do that you will be treated like you have fraudulent baseball cards. Don't be surprised if you completely waste your time and walk away feeling offended and treated like a dumpster-diver for your most valuable things, even heirlooms. Expect to hear "we don't buy that because we don't have a market for it" when all you want is a loan on something... you ain't selling, you're PAWNING, but not here it seems. Like they don't expect you to pay it back, lol. The reasons, however, are why I'm never going back. "We don't buy Asian steel," and, "We can't find your bike online so it must be a Walmart bike, we'll give you $25.00 for it," (its a $300+ bike, and he used "Walmart" as an insult) and, "We don't buy those used because we sell newer ones," are offensive and stupid things I've heard here. Newer than used only? Excuse me, is that a joke? If its not "new" its "used" right!? Wrong here! Your stuff is too old, because its not newer than used... it happened to be a $120 watch I'd worn for just three weeks. Also, they check Craigslist for what you are selling... to price it. They tried to find my bicycle on there, lol. Couldn't. Not on Walmart's website either... If you're selling jewelry expect a bit under what you want for the item. Expect them to repeatedly ask if you want to "pawn it instead" if you are selling SCRAP gold jewelry, also yank any less-than precious stones, jewels, and pearls beforehand - or they will take them. They won't help you to remove them, not even one (huge) pearl; which they gave me nothing for. Additionally- make CERTAIN they hold that diamond-tester on long enough. Make certain of it! They'll say its glass even if you know its not. Nothing you bring in will ever impress them, and they will rarely make you feel like you are doing business with them, but like you really are a dumpster diver and they deal with your kind all day. Unless you look like a complete sucker... don't expect a loan if it isn't a high-value item and especially if it looks like it'll be a short loan. Essentially, go elsewhere to pawn unless you're a sucker or you're pawning a Rolex. The items in the store are nice. Most of the tools are well-used and show it. Some fishing equipment sometimes. Sometimes sports equipment. Lots of televisions, prices are about holiday sale price all year; which is pretty good. Retro-games are here! They're well priced, systems too. Plenty of electronics, music instruments, movies. Some kitchen stuff sometimes but I'm really not sure if they'll actually let a person pawn items like that or if they get them at Goodwill. Watched the place for years, bought and sold. Been a customer four times and directed friends and family to purchase there over the years. Wish I could go back because it LOOKS like a great place to go, but no more. It is my opinion that most of the staff have bad intentions and want only to scalp you...
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Quality: Poor - FairAppeal: ExcellentService: Poor - Fair
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Yeah... lived next to this place over a year. Always saw cars out front in the morning but never came in. I'm sitting here now, and this place is stellar. The interior reminds me of a roadside diner in Idaho I once visited, the food is like a good mountain ski lodge may serve. I'm kinda feeling the stupidity for not coming here before today. On another note, the prices are great despite what some reviews suggest. The service is stellar too. I've had my coffee refilled 3 times before empty, and the food came out quick as a whip. I will be returning, repeatedly, probably starting tomorrow.
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Food: ExcellentDecor: Very GoodService: Excellent
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
First time here, its a nice desert oasis.
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
No AC, flies indoors, paltry portion sizes. Overpriced, unimaginitive. It was like asking for leftovers from a park barbecue/picnic, then paying them restaurant prices for it. They seriously need to re-think their approach to the restaurant business. I won't be coming back here.
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
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It was a quick in and out visit, but I really enjoyed this place. $5 for a drink (I got green tea) and a basic sub. Can't beat that.
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
It's a basic Chinese fast-food restaurant. Don't go here expecting a sit-down with family - they don't serve tea here. Get your order, eat it quickly, or take it home. I could make it more homely a lobby with a few hundred dollars and an Oriental Trading Company magazine, but the food is good. Go for white rice, not a fan of their fried rice.
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
Best hot-dogs on this side of the country.
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago