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Frequently Asked Questions
 Q: What is the lowest price you would take for this card?
  A: It is store policy that this question and its variants will generally not be answered. If you want to make an offer, just make one.
 Q: Do you combine shipping?
  A: Yes, as long as the auctions are won on the same day. S&H for fixed price items is FREE. Please wait to make a single payment if you would like the combined shipping discount, otherwise you are not eligible for the discount. PayPal charges sellers fees every time they receive funds.
 Q: Does the holder in the scanned picture come with the card?
  A: Generally not. I use the holders in the scans for three reasons. First, it protects the card during the scan. Second, it makes scanning easier since I know exactly where to place the card on the scanner every time. Third, it helps show how nice the card looks. If you would like, I can include the holder for an additional $2.50, just ask.
 Q: What is your method of packaging?
  A: I use a flat-mailer style for cards if possible. The flat method has fewer damage problems than bubble mailers, and I've had extensive experience with both ways. The only complaints I have ever had with the flat style is from a few dealers who can't seem to imagine that a card can be mailed more safely in somthing that is not a bubble mailer.
 Q: Why are you selling some cards for more than "book?"
  A: In almost all cases there is a reason, but it is usually a waste of time to explain it to the Male Price Whiner who is married to his Beckett. If you don't like the price, your course of action is very simple: make an offer for what you think it is worth, or go elsewhere. And since I'm such a fool for my price, then I'll never sell the card. Enjoy!
 Q: So some people complain about prices even though it is Best Offer format?
  A: Yep...
 Q: So you don't like Beckett very much, do you?
  A: Beckett is a great place to start on most prices, especially if the item is from the last 2 years or so. I just feel free to disregard them when their prices do not reflect current conditions. This goes both ways, with some cards laughingly overpriced, but many also shockingly underpriced. Beckett should *follow* the market, not stifle it.
 Q: Why don't you have more FAQs?
  A: I don't like listings with tons and tons of stuff they want you to read. I like to keep it simple, because it really is pretty simple. If you have any more questions, feel free to ask.