(12-09-2012 10:37 PM)kr0n420 Wrote: I agree, the BGS reps have a flimsy grasp on English. I guess it all depends on why you're grading.
I like them to be well presented, but more importantly I want them protected.
In my experience, SGC is horrid at protection and preservation. Why anyone would entrust the condition of their card to SGC is beyond me. It's just gonna sit in their holder and bang around, which is why I suggested a top loader as opposed to using them, it's essentially the same thing.
(12-10-2012 03:13 PM)ricelynnevans75 Wrote: How a card can just sit in a holder and bang around is beyond me.
(12-09-2012 01:33 PM)sonnyday Wrote: I love the fact I submitted 4 cards to sgc and I got a phone call from Earl to let me know they arrived, total value on the cards was about $50.00. My last submission to beckett included over 100 cards with a combined value over $5000 and they can't even email me to say they got them, but they can have a telemarketer call me to solicit me a crappy special......it doesn't take a genius to see that all they care about is money and not building relationships.
(12-10-2012 05:48 PM)sonnyday Wrote: I play ultimate frisbee with my graded cards so I prefer they not move around.
(12-11-2012 03:02 PM)ricelynnevans75 Wrote: Bottom line, and what you essentially alluded to, is go with what you like for whatever reasons you prefer.
(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.
(12-15-2012 03:12 AM)kr0n420 Wrote: This also just dawned on me, what is so good about this deal that it makes you say "Can't beat that"? Just because it's not BGS?