Well, we’ve been doing this for the better part of 10 years and we pride ourselves on doing the best job we can possibly do along with building up a certain amount of trust with everyone that does sub with us.
No, we do not. And we don’t recommend you do anything more than wiping it down with a microfiber cloth to get rid of smudges, fingerprints or dust. The less touching of your cards the better.
PSA grades cards in the order we enter them in the submission form…. So it’s pretty easy to keep apart from others of the same.
Declared value is what PSA deems the card to be worth after it has been graded. It is a number that they use to figure out the insurance to cover that graded card in case something were to happen to it in transit. In our opinion, you should use a value that your card would grade in. For all newer stuff, we suggest using PSA 9 sold ebay listings .
If you submit a card under the $99 declared value, and your card is graded to warrant a higher value, PSA will upcharge you to the correct pricing to cover the value for insurance reasons.
Priority in our opinion. 1st class packages have been taking forever to get to their destination and we wouldn’t want you to miss a deadline because you were trying to save a few bucks.
You will receive an invoice that has your total due which includes the grading fees, any upcharges if you were given any (Only PSA) and return shipping charges from us to you.
We will always ship back priority signature required. That is needed for the insurance we pay to cover your items in transit.