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Old 04-14-2017, 02:52 PM
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You can attach some extra cash and tape it to the back of the holder.
Bad bad 1952bountoncollector you are not supposed to mention anything about the ULTRA PLATINUM LEVEL. Since it has been brought up though. Values are for raw card, 1 grade bumps cost $20 for cards $100 and under. $50 for cards $101-$500. $100 for cards $501-$1000. Cards with a raw value of over $1001 will be charged a fee on a case by case basis.

Attention: Make sure to attach the cash fee to the holder with the card you want bumped. Also on outside of package add ATTN Leroy.
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That 7 should have a OC designation.
Yours is slightly better than it, but be careful in wishful thinking, in return you get the bump, but may get the dreaded OC qualifier. So, ask for min.grade 6 with no qualifiers.
Here is an example of one I had back a few yrs ago (from Goodwin):
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Others have already suggested that if you're going to send it back, then to submit in current holder b/c it's too risky not to; I would say submit it in the holder since it's the RIGHT thing to do. I've never agreed with the self-cracking game and never will. I think it's selfish and screwing up the hobby.
Im assuming you think it's selfish because it messes with the population reports. If we as a community would remember to send the flips back in after cracking and resubmitting that problem would be resolved. I do not see anything wrong other than that with cracking a card out to try for a bump. I have never tried this personally. Too afraid something will go wrong.
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Im assuming you think it's selfish because it messes with the population reports. If we as a community would remember to send the flips back in after cracking and resubmitting that problem would be resolved. I do not see anything wrong other than that with cracking a card out to try for a bump. I have never tried this personally. Too afraid something will go wrong.
If psa offered a very small token of appreciation for registry participant turning in flips, I'm sure they'd come pouring in. Say .50 per flip off of grading fees? It would show they actually care about the pop report!
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