Caution for cartel members

Caution for cartel members

Post by J. Crato » Sat, 13 May 2000 04:00:00



I open every single box I get to verify the contents ..... I don't care
what any one says ..... you don't know what you are selling if you don't
know what's in the box! I know a lot of people feel strongly about
having an un-opened box and to each his own.
Jason Craton

Quote:

> Just wanted to let the members know this.

> I sold a mint sewn bag of 100 ct mass d quarters still in the unopened box
> (only got 51.00). but anyway, when i went to my stash of boxes, I noticed
> that the flap on the side of one of my marryland boxes had Opened up all by
> it self.
> I guess there wasn't enough glue to hold it down . i know no one messed with
> it.
> I live in florida maybe the humidity might have gotten to it. i dont know.

> now i dont think that i can truthfully call this one "mint sewn bag in the
> Unopened box". on ebay

> this may not be a big deal to some , but when the "unopened box" is one of
> your selling pionts, it can matter.
> Just thought you may want to know, incase you think that you may be able to
> prevent this from happening

--
_______________________________________________________________
"I am certain it will be more agreeable to the citizens of the
United States to see the head of Liberty on their coin, than
the head of presidents."     - George Washington
                ---------------------------
"I yam what I yam"       -Popeye the Sailor Man
 
 
 

Caution for cartel members

Post by J. Crato » Sat, 13 May 2000 04:00:00


Hahhahahahaha ..... true ;)

Quote:

> the truth is  you dont really know what your getting unless you open the bag
> too

> >I open every single box I get to verify the contents ..... I don't care
> >what any one says ..... you don't know what you are selling if you don't
> >know what's in the box! I know a lot of people feel strongly about
> >having an un-opened box and to each his own.
> >Jason Craton


> >> Just wanted to let the members know this.

> >> I sold a mint sewn bag of 100 ct mass d quarters still in the unopened
> box
> >> (only got 51.00). but anyway, when i went to my stash of boxes, I noticed
> >> that the flap on the side of one of my marryland boxes had Opened up all
> by
> >> it self.
> >> I guess there wasn't enough glue to hold it down . i know no one messed
> with
> >> it.
> >> I live in florida maybe the humidity might have gotten to it. i dont
> know.

> >> now i dont think that i can truthfully call this one "mint sewn bag in
> the
> >> Unopened box". on ebay

> >> this may not be a big deal to some , but when the "unopened box" is one
> of
> >> your selling pionts, it can matter.
> >> Just thought you may want to know, incase you think that you may be able
> to
> >> prevent this from happening

> >--
> >_______________________________________________________________
> >"I am certain it will be more agreeable to the citizens of the
> >United States to see the head of Liberty on their coin, than
> >the head of presidents."     - George Washington
> >                ---------------------------
> >"I yam what I yam"       -Popeye the Sailor Man

--
_______________________________________________________________
"I am certain it will be more agreeable to the citizens of the
United States to see the head of Liberty on their coin, than
the head of presidents."     - George Washington
                ---------------------------
"I yam what I yam"       -Popeye the Sailor Man

 
 
 

Caution for cartel members

Post by skinny ly » Sun, 14 May 2000 04:00:00


Just wanted to let the members know this.

I sold a mint sewn bag of 100 ct mass d quarters still in the unopened box
(only got 51.00). but anyway, when i went to my stash of boxes, I noticed
that the flap on the side of one of my marryland boxes had Opened up all by
it self.
I guess there wasn't enough glue to hold it down . i know no one messed with
it.
I live in florida maybe the humidity might have gotten to it. i dont know.

now i dont think that i can truthfully call this one "mint sewn bag in the
Unopened box". on ebay

this may not be a big deal to some , but when the "unopened box" is one of
your selling pionts, it can matter.
Just thought you may want to know, incase you think that you may be able to
prevent this from happening

 
 
 

Caution for cartel members

Post by skinny ly » Sun, 14 May 2000 04:00:00


the truth is  you dont really know what your getting unless you open the bag
too
Quote:

>I open every single box I get to verify the contents ..... I don't care
>what any one says ..... you don't know what you are selling if you don't
>know what's in the box! I know a lot of people feel strongly about
>having an un-opened box and to each his own.
>Jason Craton


>> Just wanted to let the members know this.

>> I sold a mint sewn bag of 100 ct mass d quarters still in the unopened
box
>> (only got 51.00). but anyway, when i went to my stash of boxes, I noticed
>> that the flap on the side of one of my marryland boxes had Opened up all
by
>> it self.
>> I guess there wasn't enough glue to hold it down . i know no one messed
with
>> it.
>> I live in florida maybe the humidity might have gotten to it. i dont
know.

>> now i dont think that i can truthfully call this one "mint sewn bag in
the
>> Unopened box". on ebay

>> this may not be a big deal to some , but when the "unopened box" is one
of
>> your selling pionts, it can matter.
>> Just thought you may want to know, incase you think that you may be able
to
>> prevent this from happening

>--
>_______________________________________________________________
>"I am certain it will be more agreeable to the citizens of the
>United States to see the head of Liberty on their coin, than
>the head of presidents."     - George Washington
>                ---------------------------
>"I yam what I yam"       -Popeye the Sailor Man

 
 
 

Caution for cartel members

Post by Jorg Luek » Sun, 14 May 2000 04:00:00


Quote:

> I open every single box I get to verify the contents ..... I don't care
> what any one says ..... you don't know what you are selling if you don't
> know what's in the box! I know a lot of people feel strongly about
> having an un-opened box and to each his own.
> Jason Craton

> I open almost every bag I buy cause I like coins not bags :-)

--
It seemed as though a jewel, a sapphire laced in gold,
had plummeted from Heaven's gate containing laughing souls.
 
 
 

Caution for cartel members

Post by Paul Westal » Sun, 14 May 2000 04:00:00


Same thing happened with two of my Denver MD bags.  The ends opened up in
the mail and they have post office "received damaged" tape across the ends.
There is no damage, just looks like they were poorly glued.
Quote:

>Just wanted to let the members know this.

>I sold a mint sewn bag of 100 ct mass d quarters still in the unopened box
>(only got 51.00). but anyway, when i went to my stash of boxes, I noticed
>that the flap on the side of one of my marryland boxes had Opened up all by