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Old 05-24-2015, 03:26 PM
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Hi Bobby,

I sent you a PM about the 9 cards I sent to you. I hope I'm not the reason for your post. If I was, I truly apologize. I really appreciate you taking the time to send these in for me.

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Old 05-24-2015, 05:17 PM
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sorry for the omission in communication, but i had 18 t214 ty cobb's.
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Old 05-24-2015, 07:51 PM
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Seems as though this should have been sorted out as soon as the cards arrived not now
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Old 05-24-2015, 08:20 PM
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Forgive me for belaboring this. I'm not part of this sub but since it was brought up here I am curious and confused as well. I think everyone is having trouble understanding the issue. So the person didn't give their Net54 handle. But you have their address right? You kept everyone's address and email when they sent you a submission, right? did everyone pay by check or PayPal? If so, again, process of elimination should work pretty well. Even if you (astoundingly) deleted all communication and threw away all addresses, your bank should have a record of checks online, and certainly PayPal has a record of who paid you. Or did they pay in cash?

Maybe you've figured it out by now. If so, please share how you sleuthed it.
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Old 05-24-2015, 08:29 PM
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Forgive me for belaboring this. I'm not part of this sub but since it was brought up here I am curious and confused as well. I think everyone is having trouble understanding the issue. So the person didn't give their Net54 handle. But you have their address right? You kept everyone's address and email when they sent you a submission, right? did everyone pay by check or PayPal? If so, again, process of elimination should work pretty well. Even if you (astoundingly) deleted all communication and threw away all addresses, your bank should have a record of checks online, and certainly PayPal has a record of who paid you. Or did they pay in cash?

Maybe you've figured it out by now. If so, please share how you sleuthed it.
Nope...I had nothing.....I had a typewritten sheet of paper with a signed signature I couldn't decipher. To figure out who it was, I had to figure out how much the sub should have been and check my bank records for the months of April/March (in case they paid by check), and my PayPal records for the same months. Once I found a dollar amount close, then I got the name. I then told Leon my dilemma, and with his real name, I was able to get his Net54 handle.
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Old 05-24-2015, 08:34 PM
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Seems as though this should have been sorted out as soon as the cards arrived not now
I have not had the cards that long. Seems like there are a bunch of armchair quarterbacks in this thread that have no idea how intensive these subs can be. That is why it is so important for the rules to be followed. Everyone has rules. If you do something as simple as not signing your name on the PSA form, PSA doesn't just shove them on through. Your cards go into "hold" for a period of time until everything gets situated. The only "rule" I have is that a slip of paper is included with the sub stating what the cards are, and proper info for contacting people. I don't even care if the cards aren't in CS1's!!! I remove them from the top loaders that people have subbed them in and put them in CS1's at MY expense!!! Not even PSA would do that! I am not even upset at the subber for not having the info right, as he is new to all this. I am more upset of the flippant remarks from some of the members, who really have no idea what they are talking about.
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Old 05-24-2015, 09:09 PM
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I really cannot figure out why people, who were not a part of the submission, are even posting in this thread. Bobby simply was trying to locate a member, who he lost contact with. Why do some outsiders have to muddy the water?
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Old 05-24-2015, 09:26 PM
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It's a shame when bad things happen to good people.

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Old 05-24-2015, 09:39 PM
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I really cannot figure out why people, who were not a part of the submission, are even posting in this thread. Bobby simply was trying to locate a member, who he lost contact with. Why do some outsiders have to muddy the water?
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Old 05-24-2015, 09:50 PM
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I really cannot figure out why people, who were not a part of the submission, are even posting in this thread. Bobby simply was trying to locate a member, who he lost contact with. Why do some outsiders have to muddy the water?
Because a few people offered advice on how to figure out the missing name and the OP acted defensive and did not provide any details on exactly why he was unable to determine the missing name.

But you're right, I'm not part of the sub and it wasn't my money so does not matter what I think at all.
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