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(a) Reporting requirements. The information on the pawn ticket must be made available to the law enforcement agency electronically or through the production of a separate copy of the pawn ticket. (b) Suggested electronic reporting guidelines. These suggested guidelines are intended to give pawnshops considerable flexibility to fit individual needs while providing some guidance. Modifications to the guidelines may be made without the loss of protection from any liability defense. Electronic reporting is voluntary and should occur under mutually acceptable terms to the pawnbroker and the law enforcement agency. Information reported electronically should be transmitted by a method mutually acceptable to both the pawnshop and the law enforcement agency. The suggested guidelines are: (1) the transmission be made using a 3.5 inch reusable diskette, CD-ROM, flash drive, remote access to secure websites maintained by law enforcement, or remote access to secure bulletin boards or websites; (2) the information be provided in comma-delimited ASCII text with field titles as the first record of the transmission; (3) the information be sent in batches no smaller than the daily activity; (4) the information include all purchase and pawn transactions in a single transmission; and (5) the law enforcement agency not be given direct access to a pawnshop's computer system.
A) Proper identification. The pledgor must present a proper form of identification at the time of the pawn transaction. For purposes of this paragraph, any form of identification found in Texas Finance Code, §371.174(b) that is either current or has not been expired for more than one year will be considered acceptable. A pawnbroker is not required to take a photograph of any pledgor or seller for purposes of identification.
Originally posted by HisMajesty
i dont trust those guys from the pawn shop show, they look like thieves or like they have bad intentions when they negotiate, somethin like that
Originally posted by ReadyPower
reply to post by OrganicAnagram33
So what if you are typing a key and made a mistake- does that error get sent to the homeland security or does the correct version get sent?
I am guessing the system would alert you right away if a seller is known for selling fake/stolen goods? Would that automatically alert the police in the area or would you have to do that? (assuming you lived in the US, and also assuming it alerts you of a thief)
Are customers told that their data is being sent to a homeland security database before they pawn/sell?
Thanks for the reply