Because it makes your firm look like a fool and a laughing stock among normal ancient collectors. I clicked on the two links provided but see no reason ever to consider a coin offered by that company. Any coin they do sell should make a lifetime enemy out of the buyer and probably produce one more person badmouthing the hobby as a whole when they try to resell the $800 and $400 coins but are only offered $10 for the pair. I am as anti-slab as most of you but you can not blame NGC for slabbing culls and marking them as such. The letter grade VF has come to mean only how much wear is present leaving the two numbers to address the eye appeal of the coin. In US terms all ancients are 'Details' coins but the degree of detail degradation is numbered. I do wish they had decided on a ten point scale instead of five but these coins would still be 1 and 2 mostly because the rules do not allow a zero.