Affiliations & Accreditations
National Pawn and Jewelry
A BBB Accredited Business since 02/01/1995
BBB has determined that National Jewelry & Pawn, Inc. meets BBB accreditation standards, which include a commitment to make a good faith effort to resolve any consumer complaints.
CBBB is the network hub for BBBs in the US and Canada. Like BBBs, CBBB is dedicated to fostering honest and responsive relationships between businesses and consumers, instilling consumer confidence and contributing to a trustworthy marketplace for all.
CBBB is one of the nation’s recognized leaders in developing and administering self-regulation programs for the business community, and, with respect to the advertising industry, does that in conjunction with the National Advertising Review Council, a joint venture with the Association of National Advertisers, the American Association of Advertising Agencies, the American Advertising Federation, the Direct Marketing Association, the Electronic Retailing Association and the Interactive Advertising Bureau.
National Pawnbrokers Association
Code of Ethics
The members of The National Pawnbrokers Association have committed to contributing to the professional and personal development of member pawnbrokers, advocating pawnbroker rights and responsibilities, and enhancing and promoting a positive and professional image to the public, do hereby adopt and embrace the following Code of Ethics.
Each member must:
- Strive to conduct their business in such a manner as to enhance and promote the positive and professional image of all pawnbrokers.
- Maintain their place of business and its operation in a manner that will reflect credit and professionalism on the pawn industry.
- Transact business with customers and the general public in an honest, forthright manner making service with integrity a constant goal.
- Engage in fair and vigorous competition to stimulate the continued growth and evolution of the pawn industry.
- Obey all laws enacted by the local, state and federal government and assist in the prosecution of those who do not.
- Assist the National Pawnbrokers Association in promoting a positive image of the profession.
Durham Chamber of Commerce
Established in 1906, the Chamber has been an integral part of the Durham community for more than 100 years. Businesses, organizations, and agencies who choose to be a part of the Greater Durham Chamber of Commerce do so because it is a thriving, pro-active business leadership organization. We have proven that working with our community partners and business members results in a prosperous, healthy community for businesses and residents.
Through leadership and collaboration, the Chamber engages the Greater Durham business community, elected officials and regional partners in proactive business initiatives that foster Durham’s innovative business environment and creates opportunities for Durham and its residents to thrive and grow.
Wilmington Chamber of Commerce
The Chamber works to improve the quality of life in the region through its flagship program Cape Fear Future. The initiative is helping ensure the region has economic prosperity, higher-paying jobs, and the skilled workforce required by area businesses for decades to come.
The Chamber aids the economic growth of the community by attracting new residents and supporting the recruitment of new business.
Dun & Bradstreet
For nearly two centuries, Dun & Bradstreet has helped his customers and partners build their most valuable relationships by uncovering truth and meaning from data. His nearly 5,000 employees around the world are dedicated to this unique purpose. And they are guided by important values that make theme the established leader in commercial data and insight.
The Jewelers Board of Trade
The Jewelers Board of Trade is dedicated to the welfare of its members and the jewelry industry overall, providing industry specific credit information, collections and marketing services.
JBT is active in numerous trade shows and industry events and offers educational programs on relevant industry topics.