Max Pawn’s ‘Buy Back’ Program Removes Buyer’s Remorse

Michael Mack, general manager of Max Pawn in Las Vegas, has launched a new "buy back" program.You might be cash strapped but need a luxury handbag or watch to wear for a special event.

Or you may fret about purchasing something impulsively and regretting it later.

Michael Mack, general manager of Max Pawn in Las Vegas, has launched a new "buy back" program that solves these dilemmas.

Customers of the luxury Las Vegas pawn shop can now sell items back to the store within 90 days or even six months and receive a portion of the purchase price back.

"We're happy to apply 50 to 70 percent of the purchase price back on on a consignment basis," Mack said. "We carry a great deal of high-end merchandise and a large percentage of our customers are women who may purchase a handbag, a watch or a piece of jewelry and want to trade up a month later. Our buy back program is a great fit for these customers."  

Max Pawn is located at 6040 W. Sahara in Las Vegas. The store showcases more than 5,000 square feet of luxury items. About Max Pawn: Michael Mack opened Max Pawn in 2009, at the height of the recession. The store has distinguished itself in the Las Vegas market as a luxury destination that caters to women, specializing in handbags, jewelry, accessories, electronics and more. Max Pawn offers customers a number of options, and will consign or sell items, while also offering loans. With experts in Rolex, Cartier and Swiss Watches, Max Pawn is Nevada’s first “Craigslist Safe Zone,” offering a safe, friendly third-party location to exchange or validate items purchased online.