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(02-25-2012 02:30 PM)kr0n420 Wrote: Personally I'd highly recommend staying away from SGC.
I have no idea how they came to be part of the "Big 3". That company and the quality of their work is an absolute joke.
They are usually recommended for vintage stuff, but again I wouldn't suggest sending anything at all to them as the amount of work and effort they put in to it can be counter-productive and just jack up your expenses when you submit your SGC for crossover elsewhere.
(02-26-2012 05:36 AM)kr0n420 Wrote: I understand they are harsh words, but I mean every bit of it.
The customer service is better than BGS I will give them that.
21 of my 30 slabbed cards have the ability to rattle.
1 slab is mislabeled.
1 label is falling/skewed
1 slab has a tremendous card-length scratch.
Their holders are inconsistent within the same order.
They cannot grade something as thick as a non-patch The Cup (Exquisite in other sports?) card,
Then yes, that makes them a joke as far as I'm concerned.
And to be honest the list of complaints doesn't stop there but that's enough to make the point.
(02-25-2012 06:59 PM)sonnyday Wrote: But the SGC 100 brings in a good amount of cash, and may be harder to obtain then a BGS 10.