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(08-29-2011 02:54 PM)coureymarshall Wrote: http://www.ebay.com/itm/320744293922?ssP...1439.l2649
I recently purchased this item from Ebay. The BGS identification number is authentic. Card was graded August 01, 2011. See image in the link above.
However, the BGS grade label states that the card is a "bowman CHROME interstate," however, the card is NOT a chrome. The card is just a bowman interstate.
All Bowman "chrome" cards state "bowman chrome" in the bottom right hand corner of the card.
Should I contact BGS in regards to this item error? Or should I just return for a full refund to the seller?
(08-29-2011 03:28 PM)coureymarshall Wrote: What do you mean by "subs?"
Should I just refund the item to the seller?
(08-29-2011 04:24 PM)coureymarshall Wrote: I totally 100% agree with you on that:
1) I noticed what looked like a probable 'ding' in the scan, ... after receiving the card, it is in fact a 'ding'... however, I am not going to return it, because I made the purchase knowing that the card could have a potential ding on the upper corner.
2) I didn't realize that this wasn't a "chrome" card until I received it and noticed it didn't have the embossed, shiny-gloss finish to the surface. After doing additional research, I did in fact realize it is not a bowman chrome. (with that being said, truth be known, I could probably auction the card for more than what I paid for it)
(08-31-2011 07:58 AM)bostonsports1 Wrote: Well the seller listed it as Bowman CHROME, so you do have a legit reason for a refund. However if you got it for cheap, no need to do so.
(08-31-2011 08:29 AM)nolan5000 Wrote: I just checked the auction, he didn't get it for cheap.