(12-08-2012 05:01 PM)jchavestx Wrote: Other than that I talked to the fine folks at SGC Grading and they are grading 10 cards for me out of the 1996-97 Skybox Autographics set for $110 and 10 day service. Can't beat that.
(12-09-2012 01:47 AM)kr0n420 Wrote: You could go to your LCS and buy 10 top loaders. That'd be cheaper and better than SGC.
(12-09-2012 07:50 AM)creativemunky Wrote: Totally DISAGREE!!!
SGC has been at this ALOT longer than Beckett has.
Sure BGS and PSA high grades grab a lil more cash On the resale market, but as far as grading a card and determining if it's fake or not, SGC is still one of the best (and at this point maybe better than BGS).
This is just a BS move on Beckett Grading. Truly let's me down as a customer.
I have had cards like the one mentioned graded by BGS with no issues. Why now?
What happened to the guys that graded my previous ones?
BTW: one way you can tell this is a BS move on BGS to just shift more cash out of us so they can just slab any card with a "congrats" message on the back and make us pay more for the others is this.
BGS grades Star Basketball.
Every other grading company refuses to. Period. To many good fakes out there (because the original printing of these were low quality it's almost impossible to tell a fake).
How can you grade one highly counterfeit set but refuse on others but then recommend us paying more money and then maybe it will get graded (in reference to 90's autographs).
I also like it only says "key players". So if it's a common player or mid range than they will grade it but not for a top player, huh?
Them we have to pay more for this extra service.
(12-09-2012 01:26 PM)jchavestx Wrote: You can also talk to or email the SGC graders. Oh yeah SGC's customer service reps also speak fluent english.