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(05-14-2013 02:42 PM)bojesphob Wrote: Well, here's hoping he sends it back exactly as he got it, and he's just being overly sensitive.
If it comes back the way you sent it, have you thought of getting it graded, just to make sure you don't have to worry about this again? I haven't gotten a card that valuable... well, ever... but if I was to get one and try to sell it, I've thought that might be the best way to keep that sort of thing from happening...
(05-14-2013 03:06 PM)branesergen Wrote: Well if you have the pic on your auction and it does come back with noticeable damage you can bring that up to ebays attention. Tho it wont do any good you can still fight and argue with them that the buyer damaged the card. Also insurance would have been a good thing to have on a $1500 card just incase it was actually damaged in shipping or can be claimed to have been. 3rdly - If it is damaged by the buyer I would send it to Panini for a replacement. Chances are they'll restamp another one and send it back to you. Not saying they will but for $1500 its worth a shot.