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Replacement Cards From Topps

If you all remember, a few weeks ago I opened a case of 2009 Bowman Chrome Football. Well, in the very first box I got 10 extremely off-centered cards. So off-centered that you could see the name from the other card it was cut from.

I’ve never sent anything back to a card company for replacement but I thought I’d take a shot with some cards that I don’t care about. None of these were rookies, just semi stars or commons.

It only took three weeks for my replacements to arrive from Topps. Thanksgiving was right in the middle of that too. I had honestly forgotten about mailing them back when the envelope arrived. As you’ll see from the scan, they’re packaged in a little box and there was some foam on top of that protecting the cards.

I’m also including a scan of the letter they sent with the cards explaining their replacement policy. Hopefully someone will find this helpful. Click on the letter picture for a bigger version.

Has anyone noticed the centering problems with this product? Out of the whole case I think I only sent 12 cards to be graded. Most of the cards I chose not to send had centering issues. Some had surface lines.

Categories: bowman chrome, topps
  1. December 7, 2009 at 3:45 am

    Please tell me that there aren't missing letters from the right side of their letter. Do they have print problems in the secretarial pool as well?

  2. December 7, 2009 at 1:28 pm

    Yes, there are actually missing letters. It's not cut off by the scanner or anything. Good stuff.

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