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    PSA is making mistakes on card slabs

    Sent in 4 Prized Collection cards and they have them listed all as Collections the common of the 2? How does a professional grader make that mistake? Also I see their grades have gotten way tougher than prior to PWCC mess. Guess now is the time to wait instead of grade as people are getting punished for their mistakes.


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    Quote Originally Posted by chris19978 View Post
    How does a professional grader make that mistake?
    "Professional grader."
    The only thing that makes them professional is that they get paid to grade cards. Except for the most valuable cards, they spend a few seconds on each card because of the endless backlog of millions of submissions.

    Stupid mistakes like yours happen because of this never-ending assembly line of cards, and graders get rushed and sloppy.

    "Professional authenticators" at PSA/DNA have even ruled facsimile autographs as genuine, so the whole business is a joke.
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    It shouldn't happen, but it's not the graders doing the data entry. They just grade the cards.

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    Anything with a hint of a refractor line is capped at a 9.

    These prized cards are more sensitive than you would think. Always need to hold the surface up to the light on an angle. Very prone to scratching. And huge issues with peeling as the surfaces front and back are a film.


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    Quote Originally Posted by chippercards.com View Post
    Anything with a hint of a refractor line is capped at a 9.

    These prized cards are more sensitive than you would think. Always need to hold the surface up to the light on an angle. Very prone to scratching. And huge issues with peeling as the surfaces front and back are a film.


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    Looked at that no surface scratches also wasn’t labeled an Prized collection just labeled a collection huge difference.


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