Greg Morris Cards (gregmorriscards) on eBay is a store selling baseball cards – mostly vintage baseball cards, but as well as football cards, and hockey cards. They are an auction style store, so their inventory changes from week to week. Click on the blue link above to see what they have new in stock this week, and to see what specials and promotions they are currently offering.
Greg Morris Cards has been selling on eBay since 2002, and currently has accumulated over 580,000 positive feedback ratings, with an overall score of 100%. On top of that, they have also earned Top Rated status – So you can definitely feel secure about your purchase knowing that you are getting both quality and authentic merchandise, as well as great customer service. The majority of their sports cards are PSA graded, or accompanied with some sort of COA or LOA – but again most listings are for PSA cards.
This is also a Top-Rated store on eBay. It’s not easy to become a Top-Rated store on eBay. You have to provide good quality items, accurate descriptions, excellent customer service, and fast shipping. And you have to do this day after day, month after month. So Greg Morris Cards has had a very successful and positive selling history on eBay.
Looking over their feedback over the past 12 months, they have over 120,000 positives compared to just 3 negatives. With this type of lopsided ratio in favor of positive, you can really feel secure about your purchase. With everyday common eBay purchases, this kind of security doesn’t really matter. With expensive vintage sports cards like the ones for sale in this store, you really have to do your homework and make sure you are purchasing from a reputable seller. Greg Morris Cards definitely checks out as a reputable seller.
At the moment, Greg Morris Cards has over 7,000 sports card auctions in inventory (which does change weekly). It appears as though their niche among sports cards stores is in the sale of set break cards. If you’re new to set breaks, basically a set break is when a seller takes a set that has been graded as a set, and sells them one by one. So for example, a set break card that has a score of 7, means the set was graded as a whole at a score of 7. So the card may be higher or lower in actual score. Because of this, these cards generally go for much lower than their single graded cards. But if you know how to tell a high quality card from a medium or lower grade, you can really pick up some bargains.
For example, they currently have a Mickey Mantle 1951 Bowman Set Break #253 PSA 4 card currently at a bid of $950. This card, at the 4 grade generally sells for about $4,000. So if it ends up grading higher, you’ve really scored quite a bargain.
What I like or don’t like
Their store navigation is fairly useful. Their left side eBay category listing is quite extensive. If you click on a main category, you then have multiple sub categories to choose from, like type, brand, etc. Once you get into a listing, the same menu carries over.
One thing that I really appreciate about this store is the quality of their listings. Each listing has a large picture, so you’re not left playing a guessing game. It can get really annoying when you’re looking at a listing and wondering if it’s the right color, size, model, etc. With a lot of sellers, you just get that one small stock photo, so detailed listings like these are good to have.
Their attention to detail in their listings, and their stellar feedback really makes you feel secure in shopping from this eBay store. As does their 30-day hassle free returns policy. No need to email back for a return authorization, or deal with with annoying emails back and forth. You just click on return, and send it back. And having a month to do so is quite convenient.
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