Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by Old Error Guy, Oct 23, 2018.
Why would you say that is?
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You are so correct.
What about it, just more of the typical company bashing despite the fact that PCGS hasn't even been contacted about the coin to see how they would handle it.
Take care of the OP, not just ask for the coin to be sent in and have the label corrected. Im talking pay the OP the difference in market value between a wide AM and close AM !!
Im getting about sick of these same stories over and over, that its just a mechanical error, a glitch in our system we will fix the label for free. NO everything's NOT a mechanical error. Do the right thing now & again and make people whole for these mistakes that keep slipping out the door..
If you post here, you seem to always get a rather high level of snark. It's why I rarely come here any more.
Why do you give them credit with such a blatant mistake?
This stuff is day in and day out. The Attribution is worth some serious money.
@Old Error Guy What's the coin in your avatar?
Don't worry...it still means cameo! That's why I said I prefer the moniker ClAM so that there is no mistaking it. With so many DCAM modern coins, I'm not even sure many of these younger ones here have even heard of a "Cameo" coin before.
I just sent in a Guarantee Resubmission for an Open-3/Closed-3 misattribution. I'll let you know how it goes.
Don’t let the few negative comments bring you down. That guy with the snarky remark works closely with PCGS and is an error expert, so stuff like this doesn’t look too good for him.
Most of us agree that PCGS messed up with that coin and you should be covered. A company can’t just keep hiding behind the mechanical error mantra. If these mistakes are as rare as they say, it would be even easier for them to fairly compensate people and add some good publicity for themselves.
Apparently your snark is acceptable but is worthy of criticism when coming from others?
Here is a quick guide:
The “AM” refers to the first two letters in the word America
Can you please show where the OP showed snark in this thread?
I may be a TPG hater, but i will say that the major services will usually stand behind their product, as in their first twenty years when they always paid out for the few fakes that got out in their slabs even though their guarantees at the time never specifically said they would.
Read page 1.
I'm a bit confused.
Separate names with a comma.