How do you ship the cards?
A: All cards are shipped in soft sleeve and hard plastic top loaders
inside bubble padded mailers. Orders ship USPS 1st class mail.
much is shipping?
A: Shipping rates can be found
How can I pay you?
A: You may pay by PayPal, credit card, check, or money order. I accept Visa, Master Card,
Amex, and Discover.
Q: Do you buy or
A: I prefer to buy rather than trade.
I only buy cards on my Baseball Card
Wantlist. Also, if you're looking for a way to sell your cards,
check out the
How to Sell Your Cards page
Q: How do I know
I will receive my cards once you receive my payment?
A: If this is a concern to you, I understand. I kindly
ask you to view my Testimonials
Page. I also have a 100%
feedback rating on eBay.
Once there, you can read all
the transactions I've done on eBay and people's responses to the
Also, if you feel more comfortable hearing a human voice rather
than communicating through a computer screen, my phone number is
423-531-8909. Ask for Chuck. :)
Q: Are all of
your cards in Mint condition?
A: The condition of each card is specified on each
page. Keep in mind, I am not an expert grader. I do look at each
card I sell, and I grade it by eyeballing it, checking the corners, making
sure it's free of stains and creases, etc. Professional graders spend
enormous amounts of time meticulously studying each card they grade.
They charge a fee for their service and rightfully so. Since I am not
a professional grader, and I do not charge a fee for grading, I will not be
held liable if my non-professional grade does not match up with a
professional's grade if you submit your card for grading. However, if
the card does not meet your condition standards before you submit it for
grading, you may send the card back to me for a full refund, and I will pay
for postage as well.
Q: Do you have any
other cards besides the ones listed on your site?
A: I might! E-mail
and let me know which cards you're looking for and I'll let you know what I have.
Q: Can you tell me how
much this particular card(s) I have is worth?
A: I get asked this question more often than any
other question combined, and unfortunately, I usually do not have the time to answer
your specific request. There are sites on the Internet that sell price
guides, and I have listed a few of them listed on the Price
Guides page. Or you could visit your local card dealer (look
in your yellow pages under "sports cards" or "sports
memorabilia") and show them your card(s) in person, and they might be
able to tell you its value. I wouldn't recommend calling though, since
some dealers get swarmed with these calls and it's a time consuming process
and doesn't generate any money for their time. Ditto if you email
looking for some cards to complete my set. Can you help me?
Unfortunately, no. I don't have boxes of commons like some dealers do.
you give discounts?
A: No. However, the Rookie Card Team
Sets are typically discounted.
Q: How do I
get my cards graded?
A: There are many grading companies out
there that will grade your cards for a fee. The most popular
are: PSA and BGS.
you have any graded cards for sale?
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