Category: Blog

  • Lowballing Sellers

    Lowballing, or offering a significantly lower price than what is being asked, is a tactic used by some buyers to attempt to secure a bargain. However, this strategy can have broader implications beyond the immediate transaction. When a seller agrees to a lowball offer, it can inadvertently set a new precedent for the market value…

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  • Grading Chaos & We Are To Blame

    I loosely refer to the term “We,” considering I haven’t been found guilty of what I’m about to discuss. Sports card collecting resonates differently for various individuals. Some engage in it for their love of the sport or players, others for the nostalgic memories it evokes, and a few purely for financial gain. It’s those…

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  • The Best Sports Card Grading Company?

    In the realm of sports card grading, a plethora of companies—such as PSA, BGS, SCG, FCG, HGA, and GMA, among others—compete for attention. The perennial question surfaces: “Which one should I choose?” However, the answer to this question hinges on your specific objectives. Are you seeking cards for profitable resale? Do you intend to keep…

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  • Sports Card Autograph Grading

    The perennial debate of whether to grade an autograph on a sports card never seems to fade away. I often encounter this discussion online and find myself questioning why it’s such a hot topic. Curious, I engaged in a debate with individuals who firmly advocate for grading all autographs. Their arguments, however, lacked substantial reasoning…

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  • Whatnot To Do

    The Whatnot platform has become increasingly familiar to many, having been around for quite some time. In the past year, Whatnot has witnessed a surge in new sellers and customers. While I primarily focus on the Sports Card facet, I’d like to share my insights and encounters to potentially assist other Whatnot users. From a…

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