This is a scam listing. BEWARE.
Seller's listing states that if you buy the coin, you must pay an exorbitant amount to have the coin certified ($130) then wait two months for it to be "processed."
Seller also states, in a contradiction, that you are only allowed 14 days to return the coin (how? You won't have it in your hands for 2 months!)
At that point, if the coin does not grade out, seller will refund your money but not your $130. Oh, they will return your shipping..but they offer free shipping.
In addition, the $130 is not included in the $599.95 ask price.
Seller states the coin has multicolor toning, but doesn't want to spend $100 to certify a $2,000 coin. In other words, coin is probably doctored, altered, A/T, or otherwise uncertifiable.
So many listing violations. I hope Bobby sees this one and kills it ASAP. I reported it as a Listing Violation for circumvention of eBay fees (requires buyer to make extra purchases to receive item)
- Seller is asking for an extra $130 not included in a BIN price or he will refuse to honor the sale
- Listing title and description state a value which is not allowed
- Seller uses pictures from PCGS
CoinFacts instead of stock photos or an actual photo of the coin
- EAC - TNA - SSDC
Specializing in 1932-1964 Washington quarters
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