(12-18-2012 10:01 AM)Troubless Wrote: Makes you wonder if you should bet that PMG graded...
(12-18-2012 10:48 AM)JMF_PR83 Wrote: So, why haven't you left a feedback so that others can see. This must have been a hook-up. Corners for a card like this must have been an easy upgraded/hook-up.
(12-18-2012 04:49 PM)rare23air83 Wrote: Ok so I've made the jump and took the deal for my PMG Red Jordan. The eBay listing received almost 20k views and 64 offers on the card. It's hands down the card that received the most interest of all the high end Jordan cards I've owned. So many different collectors around the world have shown interest. It was almost overwhelming.
Anyways, I will dearly miss the card but I just could not pass up the insanely high offer I received. Definitely the biggest sale I've yet to have, surpassing the Gold Embossed Refractor BGS 9.5+ sale price. All for an ungraded PMG Red Jordan.
I guess I'll just have to wait and hold off on a better Jordan card to come along later and try to obtain it. It will be hard to find something better tho.
(12-18-2012 12:14 PM)rare23air83 Wrote: I've been burned 3 times sending cards in. One got lost and 2 came back a bit damaged and not in the same condition I sent it in. I am very hesitant to send anything high end to BGS anymore, so I am waiting for BGS to come to the Tri-Star show in April to get it RCR'd in person. That's if I don't sell it by then. Either way, I am quite disgusted how Grading in general has become.
I did leave feedback. Found out he has two ID's. One for buying, one for selling. He hasn't left me one probably for that reason. =T
NEW INFO I found out. That card was originally a BGS 8.5!!!! Within 3 years, it was bumped up to BGS 9 and now a BGS 9.5 Gem. This grading business is getting ridiculous.