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    Anyone ever heard of this grading company???

    I have aquired 2 cards graded by

    Is it reputable or rubbish??

    I think i know the answer but advise will be appreciated


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    never heard of it. probably rubbish like you are thinking.

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    Darn, I thought it was going to be about

    Here's a small list to put in the archives, brucemo has many listed.

    AGS (Advanced Grading Specialists)
    ASA (Accugrade)
    BCCG(Becket Bulk)
    BGS(Top Modern)
    CGS (Champs Grading Service)
    CEX (Certified Express)
    CSA (Certified Sports Authentication)
    CTA (CTA Grading Experts)
    FGA (Foremost Grading Authority)
    GAI(Global Authentic)
    KSA (KSA Sports Card Authenticator)
    MINT (Mint Grading Service)
    PRO (PRO Sports Grading)
    PGS (Professional Grading Services)
    PSA(Top Vintage)
    SCD(Sportcarddigest-New & Old Flips)
    SGC(Top pre-war)
    USA (Ultimate Sports Authority)
    WCG (World Class Grading)
    Perfection is not attainable. But if we chase perfection, we can catch excellence.
    As of May 2017 ~ STILL Collect the following --> ALL 01-04 UD SP Legendary cuts Mlb G/U *Also, Topps insert Sp's.
    1985T Mlb mini's issue(Canadian release)
    Vintage & Modern issues: Have old school players but want current players? I may want them, please Pm me.Thank You | GINTER G/U

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fordman7795
    never heard of it. probably rubbish like you are thinking.

    yeah completely like PGI

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