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Old 04-29-2013, 09:11 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Loose Card PSA Slab?

I just got a card and it's loose in the slab. Can I send it to PSA to get it re-slabbed? Or do I have to re-submit it for grade? Or should I just send it back?

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Old 04-29-2013, 11:54 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Most cards will move a little bit in a PSA holder. They very rarely have no movement.
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This card has full movement...left/right....up/down.
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the reslab it's like 5 or 10 bucks but then you still have to pay to ship.
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the reslab it's like 5 or 10 bucks but then you still have to pay to ship.
Do I have to pay for them to re-grade it also? Or do they just re-slab it?

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You only have to pay for the slab, not to be graded again.

It is very common for cards to move all directions in PSA slabs. No need to send it in.
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You only have to pay for the slab, not to be graded again.

It is very common for cards to move all directions in PSA slabs. No need to send it in.
Yes but that movement can damage the card. So it's a big deal isn't it?
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Yes but that movement can damage the card. So it's a big deal isn't it?

well exactly how hard are you shaking the card? Seriously even with mobility inside of the card it is still enclosed enough to not present any serious physical damage to it. have a scan of the card in the holder?
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well exactly how hard are you shaking the card? Seriously even with mobility inside of the card it is still enclosed enough to not present any serious physical damage to it. have a scan of the card in the holder?
I bought the card and it was sent to me like that. It has complete movement hitting all 4 sides. How can it not get damaged unless you never look at it and keep it flat?

I don't know how to scan cards or anything like that.

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A friend of mine works in the paint department at Home Depot. I will bring him one of my cheaper commons. I will have him put it in the shaker for a day or two if he can. I will post the result before and after.

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Am I the only one that stores my cards in a box?

Don't throw it around. It'll be fine. It's no different then a magnetic. If you shake that it'll mess up just as easily. If you handle it like a sane person then it'll be fine.
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Am I the only one that stores my cards in a box?

Don't throw it around. It'll be fine. It's no different then a magnetic. If you shake that it'll mess up just as easily. If you handle it like a sane person then it'll be fine.

agreed, I can honestly say that my most valuable cards hardly ever get moved at all
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