TheRealKyleMcC

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  1. My first submission I used top loaders and everything went fine. I used sleeves on the cards also and made sure to leave the tip of the sleeve just a bit out of the top loader so the card could be pulled out without damaging the card.
  2. Excellent. Thanks for the clarification. I will make the necessary change to my order form.
  3. Good Morning, CSG Team. I was preparing my next submission and wanted to send in a few Topps Allen & Ginter cards. However, I see that Allen & Ginter are listed in the dropdown menu as the manufacturer. Since these are Topps card wouldn't Topps be the manufacturer and Allen & Ginter be the set name? I wanted to make sure I entered them correctly on my order form.
  4. Once I got it back the other day I measured it, along with the other two that received the "SU" designation and found that they are slightly wider than other cards. Holding the Griffey, in particular, up against the slab you can see it would not fit in their current slab. Once they get larger slabs, in the near future, I am going to resub it, along with the others.
  5. Good Morning, CSG Team. I was preparing my next submission and wanted to send in a few Topps Allen & Ginter cards. However, I see that Allen & Ginter are listed in the dropdown menu as the manufacturer. Since these are Topps card wouldn't Topps be the manufacturer and Allen & Ginter be the set name?
  6. Okay, here is the update. My submissions from CSG have been delivered. As expected, only five of eight received a grade. The remaining three (1966 #500 Topps Hank Aaron; 1964 Topps #300 Hank Aaron; and 1989 Upper Deck #1 Ken Griffey, Jr.) all were returned with the label "SU." This means that there was something about the cards that CSG does not grade. According to the website this could mean the size of the cards were probably too big, or there was something 'obscure' about them. Not sure what 'obscure' entails, though. With them being labeled SU I should not be charged (per the website) fo
  7. Side by Side. The CSG slab is much clearer and thicker. An overall better quality slab, imo.
  8. So there are You Tube videos that others have done where their 1989 Griffey's from Upper Deck have been returned as SU? I did not think this particular card or set was of a different size.
  9. So my latest submission is coming back to me. I peeked even though I told myself I wouldn't and I was shocked to see that a 1989 Upper Deck Ken Griffey Jr. did not have a grade associated with it. I pulled this card directly from a box of 1989 Upper Deck that was factory sealed. How could it possibly not get a grade? Two others I sent in (1966 Topps Hank Aaron #500; 1964 Topps Hank Aaron #300) also do not show a grade for them. Highly disappointed in this knowing these cards are the real deal and have not been altered in any way.
  10. I have been debating this since my first two cards were mailed back. Once you see that your submissions are Finaled/Imaged/Shipped do you peek at the order to see what grades your cards have gotten? Or do you hold back the urge and wait until you receive them so it is a surprise? I looked with my first two cards. This next eight that were shipped today to come back to me I am really wanting to look at, but think I may just wait for the surprise.
  11. My first submission with CSG has been nothing short of exceptional. Here is a breakdown of my initial ten card order: Two cards were sent Express 15 days. I received them back 10 days after they were logged into CSG's system. Eight cards were sent Economy 40 days. Despite them being economy submissions today I saw their status was Finalized/Imaged/Shipped, which means I will be getting these cards back with a turnaround time of only 15-16 days. To say that I am firmly behind CSG is an understatement.
  12. From my understanding you can submit only one card, if you desire. There are no minimum limits other than with the bulk submissions. To qualify for that $8 a card rate you must submit at least fifty cards.