As CEO of Bravo Store Systems, I’m a firm believer that healthy competition drives innovation. In fact, Bravo’s competition with other systems has motivated us to become the fastest growing and most innovative pawnbroker platform in the industry. However, just as I welcome healthy competition, I abhor unfair competition.
It’s been a while since my last, “Let’s set the record straight” blog, but unfortunately, I’ve recently learned about more false statements made by PawnMaster regarding Bravo. So, it’s time to set the record straight… again.
Here are the top 3 false statements made by PawnMaster about Bravo:
NUMBER ONE: Bravo charges or penalizes customers for choosing not to list or sell on Buya.
TRUTH: Bravo does not charge or penalize BRAVO users in any way for electing not to use Buya, an optional feature of BRAVO. Selling on Buya is completely optional, and Bravo only collects 8% on successful sales.
NUMBER TWO: Bravo’s uptime is below 99.5%.
TRUTH: Bravo’s uptime is 99.98%
NUMBER THREE: Bravo owns and holds “hostage” customer data.
TRUTH: Per Bravo End User License Agreement, the customer wholly owns customer, transaction, and inventory data.
There you have it, the truth and all the facts. Until next time…