Discussion in 'US Coins Forum' started by DearJohn, Jul 18, 2019.
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In any event, your complaint is with the seller, not NGC.
If you can get the dealer to take a return that is frankly your best bet, but IMO they are under no obligation to do so. The safest bet is to send to NGC to reholder.
NGC will not pay shipping either direction even if their fault.
It's already been said, but in terms of long-term investment, you're better off buying these in OGP, or as 69s. That said, if you want perfect coins, be prepared for a bit of frustration (such as the present dilemma) in your quest to assemble this set.
You can either keep it as it is in a labeled MS 70 holder or pay the small fee to return it and have another one shipped to you. Hopefully the replacement will be more suitable to your liking. I just don't think the cost of shipping is worth the argument of frustration you would be giving yourself by trying to determine who is at fault and who should pay for the shipping.
Quite agree. How many times did you have rap the case before it (the coin) resided in the position you thought it should be in? The argument could be made that you damaged the coin by doing so. Also, the dealer, knowing of the original position of the coin, could make the assessment that it was you who damaged the coin. Pay the return shipping and hope that he does not notice.
Buy 69s, sell 70s.
You're lucky the seller agreed to pay for the return and shipping both ways.
Not sure why they switched on me without disclosing.
If the description didn't say "stock photo" or something like that, then yeah, they should've disclosed that.
I even emailed them about the SN before purchasing the coin.
J/K I am glad it worked out in the end and the dealer made it right.
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