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Old 12-04-2018, 09:26 AM
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One of, if not the biggest consignors of raw cards on Ebay. Getting ready to send a lot of 500+ cards right now. Never used them before so we'll see how it goes. Josh called me and talked me thru the process, fees, etc. Very pleasant and helpful.
Greg Morris is an advertiser but that being said, in all of my dealings and talks with him, he has seemed like one of the most honest guys in the business. And I have known Josh W (hey Josh) for close to 20 yrs and have nothing but good things to say about him too. I have sent some things to them and they did fine.
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Old 12-04-2018, 09:58 AM
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Mine did fine as well, but were missing the two top bidders who usually pay well over market for raw 1952 topps. Call it sour grapes if you will.
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Old 12-04-2018, 11:13 AM
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Greg Morris is an advertiser but that being said, in all of my dealings and talks with him, he has seemed like one of the most honest guys in the business. And I have known Josh W (hey Josh) for close to 20 yrs and have nothing but good things to say about him too. I have sent some things to them and they did fine.
That's good to know....that explains why he gets higher prices for lesser grade cards. It's good to have that kind of following (I wouldn't know).
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Old 12-04-2018, 11:33 AM
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Yes could be the consignor thingy again...... no doubt.

I don't know Greg but have no doubt he is a super guy.

And yes, I agree with his grading, I never had an issue with a card I have received.

I just feel like I am bidding against the house. May just be me.

And of course! you people would be nuts not to send them your cards to sell, as some have stated here, they seem to get excellent prices for common stuff that can be purchased elsewhere for less.

Seems like an excellent outlet to move some product.

Take Care everyone and a very Happy Holiday Season to all of you!

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Old 12-04-2018, 12:43 PM
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Old 12-04-2018, 01:02 PM
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I have been immersed in this hobby since 1985 and the one thing that I hold very sacred is my integrity and honesty. We sell over 60,000 cards per month on eBay with less than .01% ever getting returned or not paid for. We are accurate graders with fair shipping and as most of you know, in this industry, that is often not found. I'm sorry if Danny or Ted or anyone else feels as if there is anything but honesty and integrity coming from our business, but our model is to supply the hobby with a product that can be trusted or your money back, guaranteed.

All I can do is assure anyone that we have never, not once, bid on, or had anyone place any shill bids in our auctions, to our knowledge. I can also tell you that less than 25% of the cards we list are on consignment - obviously, I cannot control what a consignor does with their listings on eBay, but I can tell you again that less than .01% of our cards don't get paid for or returned by the winning bidders. Do we get good prices on a lot of our cards - yes. We have an extremely dedicated following of buyers who just trust us to deliver what we are advertising and in this hobby, that is rare.

As I said to Danny privately, if he, or anyone else, has any questions or concerns about anything that you see from Greg Morris Cards, I am always available to chat. PM me; email me; call me; send a carrier pigeon; get on a horse and come see me - I'm happy to answer any questions or chat about any concerns.

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Old 12-04-2018, 01:12 PM
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Thanks for the post Josh.

Dan, I would be more concerned about bid retractions than % of business with a particular seller. Gregmorris sells to a far different market than PWCC, and the difference explains the "brand loyalty". Gregmorris sells mostly, by far, ungraded post-war commons, the cost of which are way less overall than the slabbed stuff sold by PWCC. Yesterday, I opened a box of commons I won from them containing 45 various cards from the 60s and 70s. I recall that I lost out on at least that many during the various auctions covered-most open at under a buck so I throw bids all over the place. Accordingly, my bidding history will show me heavily into this seller even though I spend more on a single card or two when buying pre-war graded from someone else. I hope you don't consider me a "suspicious bidder". Happy Holidays to you too.
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Old 12-04-2018, 01:16 PM
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Thanks for the post Josh.

Dan, I would be more concerned about bid retractions than % of business with a particular seller. Gregmorris sells to a far different market than PWCC, and the difference explains the "brand loyalty". Gregmorris sells mostly, by far, ungraded post-war commons, the cost of which are way less overall than the slabbed stuff sold by PWCC. Yesterday, I opened a box of commons I won from them containing 45 various cards from the 60s and 70s. I recall that I lost out on at least that many during the various auctions covered-most open at under a buck so I throw bids all over the place. Accordingly, my bidding history will show me heavily into this seller even though I spend more on a single card or two when buying pre-war graded from someone else. I hope you don't consider me a "suspicious bidder". Happy Holidays to you too.
Hi Todd! It has been a long time.... too long and all my fault I am sure. Great to hear from you!

No, I never considered you anything but a class act and true collector my friend!

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Old 12-04-2018, 01:20 PM
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I have been immersed in this hobby since 1985 and the one thing that I hold very sacred is my integrity and honesty. We sell over 60,000 cards per month on eBay with less than .01% ever getting returned or not paid for. We are accurate graders with fair shipping and as most of you know, in this industry, that is often not found. I'm sorry if Danny or Ted or anyone else feels as if there is anything but honesty and integrity coming from our business, but our model is to supply the hobby with a product that can be trusted or your money back, guaranteed.

All I can do is assure anyone that we have never, not once, bid on, or had anyone place any shill bids in our auctions, to our knowledge. I can also tell you that less than 25% of the cards we list are on consignment - obviously, I cannot control what a consignor does with their listings on eBay, but I can tell you again that less than .01% of our cards don't get paid for or returned by the winning bidders. Do we get good prices on a lot of our cards - yes. We have an extremely dedicated following of buyers who just trust us to deliver what we are advertising and in this hobby, that is rare.

As I said to Danny privately, if he, or anyone else, has any questions or concerns about anything that you see from Greg Morris Cards, I am always available to chat. PM me; email me; call me; send a carrier pigeon; get on a horse and come see me - I'm happy to answer any questions or chat about any concerns.

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DAMN well written Josh! I do apologize for the PWCC comparison as I didn't realize they were getting hammered on this board. I have hammered them a few times but no one listens to me as well they shouldn't. I just don't read here like I used to.

Let me know when I can start expecting my percentage of Greg's sales for this excellent advertising I started
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Old 12-04-2018, 02:58 PM
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Just to add... as a set builder, I look for commons as well. Being in Canada, the shipping (especially for commons) is always top of mind for me.

I recently started purchasing from Greg Morris, and I have to say I am pleased. My first purchase was a $900-$1000 ungraded card for a set that I'd been searching for a few years. Naturally I was leery, but the great scan and recognized name nudged me into making the bid. What I really prefer is the grading accuracy. I've bought a few others along the way, and I feel with GM, I don't have to scrutinize the scan.

The other thing I really like is they put the grade into the title. This really helps if I am looking for cards for my set in a certain minimum condition, I can check out the appropriate ones right away, and not waste time opening listings that I am not even considering.

All these (especially accurate grading) will bring me back.
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