Cash converters

cash converters

Why choose cash converters?

At Cash Converters, we make life more affordable… Like being able to buy the things you want for less. Or, being able to sell the things you don’t want for instant cash, so you can get something you do want. Or, making it possible to borrow against the items you do own but don’t want to part with.

Where is Cash Converters registered in the UK?

© 2019 Cash Converters (UK) Limited, registered in England number 03096334. Authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority for consumer credit activities Firm Reference Number 656489. Registered office address Cash Converters (UK) Ltd, Innovation House, Aston Lane South, Preston Brook, WA7 3FY

How much does Cash Converters charge for a buyback?

Cash Converters UK charge a flat fee of 32.5% on their Buybacks with an option to pay an extension fee after 28 days. The company started operating in South Africa in 1994 with a pilot site in Parow, Cape Town. Franchising began in late 1995 and since then Cash Converters Southern Africa has sold over 80 branches (As of 2 December 2018

When did Cash Converters start in South Africa?

The company started operating in South Africa in 1994 with a pilot site in Parow, Cape Town. Franchising began in late 1995 and since then Cash Converters Southern Africa has sold over 80 branches (As of 2 December 2018).

How does Cash Converters make money?

The second highest earnings contributor for Cash Converters is its corporate-owned store network, which generates income through the sale of second-hand goods, unsecured loans and secured pawnbroking loans.

What types of services does Cash Converters provide?

The primary service provided by Cash Converters is personal finance in the form of small amount credit contracts (SACC) up to $2,000 and medium amount credit contracts (MACC) up to $5,000.

What does Cash Converters stand for?

Cash Converters International Limited (Cash Converters) is an ASX-listed Australian personal finance and secondhand retail company headquartered in Perth, Western Australia . Cash Converters was founded in Perth, Western Australia, in 1984 by Brian Cumins and a group of partners.

How does the cash conversion cycle affect cash flow?

As with other cash flow calculations, the shorter the cash conversion cycle, the better the company is at selling inventories and recovering cash from these sales while paying suppliers. The cash conversion cycle should be compared to companies operating in the same industry and conducted on a trend.

Why buy from Cash Converters?

Instead of throwing them, here at Cash Converters, we may buy them for cash. That’s potentially 1000s of pounds you could have access to in an instant. We buy a wide range of items of value like laptops, phones, jewellery, gaming consoles and more.

How do I get instant cash from Cash Converters?

Simply pop into your local Cash Converters storewith anything from phones, to power tools to jewellery, we’ll value them and buy them for instant cash. We’ll store them securely for 28 days, and if you want them back simply come into store and pay the agreed repurchase amount and the administration fee. Find your local store Instant Cash

How do I get my item valued at Cash Converters?

Head to your local Cash Converters storewhere the friendly, knowledgeable team will professionally value your item and answer any questions you may have. Were Local With over 180 stores UK wide, you’re sure to find a storeclose by.

What do I need to sell to Cash Converters?

What do I need to get a valuation and sell my unwanted items to Cash Converters? 1. You must be over 18 years of age. 2. At least two forms of ID: One form of ID to confirm your identity, such as your passport, driving licence or a letter from HMRC or DWP.

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