Mully79

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  1. I would argue that the notes are deliberately vague. Because CGC does not want to held liable for their employees incompetence.
  2. I provided the actual grader notes. So we can concede that either the graders notes are accurate, and depict what the CGC gods saw to the letter. Conversely, we can concede the graders notes are worthless, and they raise significant credibility issues with this company. Which shall it be?
  3. Nope. The part about there being two of each defect is hypothetical.
  4. Did you account for the defects being light? FYI this is a completely hypothetical scenario.
  5. light bends to cover light creasing to cover light spine stress lines to cover Off white/white Lets assume there are two bends, two creases, and two spine ticks. Now it’s not vague. What’s the grade?
  6. Yes you are correct. They look at it. They also make notes afterwards, reflecting what they saw. So I ask again, why do you need pictures?
  7. Yeah it doesn’t really matter really. I already decided I’ll just be selling raw books from now on. Unless I pay for grade from retailer.
  8. light bends to cover light creasing to cover light spine stress lines to cover Off white/white
  9. Just had my first comic graded by CGC and I have to say, I am at a loss for words. My initial reaction was of shear disbelief. The grade was at a minimum two tiers below what I was expecting. I’ll be case breaking upon arrival to make a video on it. In a way I’m kind of glad though, at least I’ll save money by never using this service again. Absolutely horrible.