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Taking Credit: Pawn shops become lending lifeline

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Even though the economy is slowly healing, the pawn shop business is booming. Pawn shops have gone digital and their customers are increasingly middle class Americans who have maxed out their credit cards, been turned down by banks and find their only real hope is "taking credit" at a pawn shop. Kate Snow reports.