Rigs

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  1. All are 70 graded with relatively low population #s. Price guide shows $345 for the 1978s 5c 70 UC but no prices for the 2021 50c,5c,10c and 25c that are all graded 70 UC, top pop. Is there a best of the best?
  2. I have received "Top Pop" designation on several 2021 and 1978 coins that I have recently submitted. Is the designation significant? How much of an increase in value does it command if any? Thanks
  3. I'm sure you are trying as hard as you can. I'm sorry NGC pays so low, not our problem as customers
  4. Are you folks who keep defending false advertising and poor services compensated for your comments? That's the only logical answer. Advertising to prospective members is complete BS. You're submission is opened and handled by any warm breathing body that will take the job, and then stored until examination by an expert for a few seconds. Misidentification is acceptable while you're submission is in the received and stored stage? Crazy, insurance claim would be impossible in a loss situation. Makes one wonder what else goes on behind the curtain. Seems like y'all are in cahoots with the television dealers to me. You trolls support the effort by rushing in to defend poor services while NGC opens new programs and services while we wait and wait and wait, but TV dealers are cashing in and flooding markets with over priced NGC graded coins in the top grades I'm out.
  5. Not sure why we as customers are accepting this. I have submissions I have sent to the other "leading" TPGS on the same dates and already received grades at the same service level. Maybe NGC is in over thier heads and management needs to refocus effort's on current customer satisfaction. I'm new to collecting and feel frustrated, not a good combination. Coin collecting and preservation is extremely expensive. If TPGS keep making it more frustrating while raising your prices at the same time more people will quit collecting, or at least stop using TPGS, because it's just not enjoyable.
  6. Are submitters going to be charged your new inflated prices for submissions that have been delivered to NGC but not received by NGC because of your current backlog?
  7. Thank so much sir. I truly appreciate your personal involvement in such a minor submission hiccup. Sean
  8. Sorry to ramble but I hate to identify a problem without offering a solution. When submissions are entered into the database, any discrepancy with the submission form must trigger an adjudication alarm that must be immediately resolved. When an extremely rare item is entered into the submission database it triggers an immediate alarm to a senior member, item managers, rare item experts to verify before proceeding or storing.
  9. Thank you. I'm sure it's an error. I probably never should have said anything. I send coins to the experts for a reason, I don't always know if it's something special. Any error in such a detailed process, especially the first step, brings many things into question. Was it a medium relief as identified upon receipt? And then not? Was your 1903 S Morgan submitted for grading really a Micro s worth 1250 rather than 350? And you didn't know? Coins must be properly identified/confirmed upon receipt or you just never know. Thanks again for your insight. Still crossing my fingers 😎 Sean
  10. Thanks, can't wait to share results. If you hear about a very lucky guy in Kansas, it's real.
  11. Thanks for your encouragement. I'm crossing everything possible.
  12. I would send as is. Let the experts remove
  13. I would think the grading process begins with item type identification. It was received by NGC back on 9 April.. This transitional coin was unknown to me at time of submission, but should stand out to someone who ID's rare coins as a profession.
  14. How often do these data entry errors occur?
  15. Beautyplus Hope you see it soon😎 Fingers crossed
  16. I didn't even know there was medium relief peace Dollar.
  17. I don't. I didn't think much of it as it was such a common date coin. I called and asked if I could change service level and they said that once the process is started there are no changes allowed.
  18. I submitted what I thought was a BU 1922 peace dollar.
  19. Kinda like being told you have the winning number by lottery officials but you have to wait a few weeks while we have one more person check it.
  20. I reached a week ago and they said a grader should catch it if there is a mistake. Are mistakes common? And would it not be corrected immediately? Thanks
  21. When you submit a coin for grading, say a 1909 S 1C, does NGC ever inaccurately enter it when receiving? I sent a 1922 $1 for grading and they have it listed as a 1922 medium relief $1. A very big difference. Anyone ever heard of this sort of thing? Thanks