What Does "Deleted" Mean at NGC Verify?

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  1. mlov43

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    Take a look at this. What does "deleted" mean in TPG-speak?

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    The Seoul retailer, Soojip.com, is selling this very coin here (the second image in the thumbnails):
    http://soojip.com/product/shopview.php?shop=1002923

    Does this mean the coin has been struck from their graded coins list? Then how is this coin still in a holder and obviously still for sale??
     
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  3. ddddd

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    Something happened, but it's hard to say if it was just a system glitch at NGC, an honest mistake, if the coin was cracked and the label returned, or if something was wrong with the slab/coin.


    https://www.ngccoin.com/boards/topic/380378-grade-deleted/

    "When a coin is marked as deleted in our system, it usually means that the coin was removed from the holder and the tag was returned to us for removal from the census report. However, sometimes it is simply a data error we can correct if we have a photo of the coin as proof that it is indeed still intact in the holder. "
     
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  4. mlov43

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    Thanks for your help! You need to put the holdered coin next to a newpaper with today's date she says. Funny, but I guess that's one way to prove it is still in the holder..(?)
     
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  5. ddddd

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    You're welcome!

    I'm guessing writing out the date on a piece of paper would work too, but the newspaper method was the way to prove the date back in the day. :p
     
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