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    Damaged Cards

    Recently I bought 2 packs of 2006 Topps Football and one of the packs had about 10 damaged cards in it. They werent just bent corners. It looks as if someone tried to punch holes in them using a hole puncherr. Theres little circular indentions all around the card with many scratches. The outside of the pack wasnt damaged at all so I assume this damage was done before packing. What can I do, if anything in a case like this? Contact Topps and ask them to send me new cards?

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    Quote Originally Posted by corpsman312
    Recently I bought 2 packs of 2006 Topps Football and one of the packs had about 10 damaged cards in it. They werent just bent corners. It looks as if someone tried to punch holes in them using a hole puncherr. Theres little circular indentions all around the card with many scratches. The outside of the pack wasnt damaged at all so I assume this damage was done before packing. What can I do, if anything in a case like this? Contact Topps and ask them to send me new cards?
    They were Topps HTA packs with 35 cards in each pack.

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    Pack searched most likely. A pack searcher usually uses a hole puncher to search for game used cards. If the puncher does not go through it, there is a GU inside. That is my knowledge, take it for all it's worth (NOTE: I am not a pack searcher. I have horrible luck on cards lol).

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    Quote Originally Posted by sportsguyryan
    Pack searched most likely. A pack searcher usually uses a hole puncher to search for game used cards. If the puncher does not go through it, there is a GU inside. That is my knowledge, take it for all it's worth (NOTE: I am not a pack searcher. I have horrible luck on cards lol).
    Well then I got jipped! ;) There was no GU card inside :( haha... I dont know. Maybe ill just send them back to Topps.

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    grrr....pack searchers...if only redemption cards were a success...i would propose an idea of making all gu/auto's a redemption card...but considering the percentage of people happy....that isn't such a good idea

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    why even bother to pack search anymore, i mean so you find a cheap $5 gu card big whoopie, mean while you pass up some rare low numbered rookie or auto

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    how do u go about contacting topps?

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