(10-16-2012 12:40 AM)nineof Wrote: Not sure what a BCCG 10 would grade for as a BGS, all I know is that BCCG is a joke. I have no idea who actually uses that service. Adds nothing to value. Would pay exactly the same amount for a raw card as I would a BCCG 10. The services have completely different grading standards.
(04-22-2014 01:13 PM)supersports Wrote: Nice youtube channel by the way it is very cool !
(04-22-2014 12:15 PM)sfreinker Wrote: I have a small problem with the above. First, if the same grading standards are being applied, then why a different grade for a BGS vs. BCCG? Sure you don't have a GEM standard for BCCG or use .5 point scales for BCCG, but to say that the same standards of grading are used only to discover that BGS would most likely grade .5 to 1.5 points lower is somewhat insulting.
Call a spade a spade and just say, BGS is a superior grading service offered by Beckett and BCCG is for a more casual collector. It's like saying Snap-On and Craftsman or Lincoln Navigator and Ford Explorer are the same thing. They're not. Made by the same companies, but the features aren't the same and the price tag is certainly different. So ultimately, the value placed on those products by the manufacturer and the end-user is going to be different.
Just my humble opinion. Oh, and citing what a company says about their product doesn't necessarily make it any more true than reviews from consumers, disgruntled or not.
(08-06-2014 11:33 AM)jaykayzee Wrote: Don't confuse "not valuable" with "not collectible".
(04-22-2014 01:29 PM)jacobystealshome Wrote: ignore him. he spams this everywhere. it isnt sourced, and it aint true