Discussion in 'Coin Chat' started by cplradar, Apr 29, 2021.
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What did you submit? Just curious of course.
I understand thats a little bothersome. Did you have a tracking number or anything..? That would give me some more confidence, personally.
Although, whether we like it or not it seems that our perception of the chance of it not getting there is higher than the actual chance of it not getting there. I know I'm an overthinker and tend to get caught up on such things.
It got there. It was sent priorty mail and it was tracked. It is just the silense that is unsettling. I sent my Morgan Pattern
Are you going to post photos if anything interesting comes back?
Sure - why not!
You went to your local Chase, got a roll of cents, and then cent that roll blindly to ANACS for them to grade each of those 50 cents at $10 each? Without opening up the roll first? What if it's just a bunch of Zincolns with shiny enders?
You're more daring then I am is all I can say.
How many customers send coins to them everyday? Are they expected to contact everyone of them? That’s what tracking numbers are for.
Courtesy not curtisy.
Silence not silense.
Their not there.
Maybe they didn't understand what you were trying to tell them.
I debated making that same response.
Thank you for saying it.
If I read correctly, plus another $10 each to check for varieties and also conservation!
Spilling not needed. Only a pencil to scratch with.
It satisfy your curiosity and ease your conscious, we sent 20 1973 Clad Eisenhowser Dollars from proof sets. Most in flips but we ran out, so some in round plastic holders. They are charged to Pop's credit card and his mail box since I generally live in a dorm. It was about $270 in total according to our calculation. It is for fun and learning. I would post the form, but it has a Credit Card number on it. So now you can sleep at night. I, OTOH, haven't heard anything from them.
And you believe this is a reason why they should not send a confirmational email that they received them and that they are being processed?
That would probably be just 10 buisness days
No it's all good. The penny story was pretty wild. I'm planning to send in some IKE GSA soon. I have my reasons for why too. They will go to NGC and I will opt to leave them in the GSA. just have them wrap them with their cert. But you should really get a notification i would think. The day my cac submission was received i got a notification and they had the entire lot received in and I could log in and see that they had gotten each and every coin I sent in. I just sent some coins to PCGS 3 days ago. I will see how their process goes for grading.
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