Example: If the note is graded AUNC for which the fair market value is 5000, after the Grade Re-submission procedure, if the note is UNC for which the fair market value is 8000, difference amount of 3000 will be paid to the customer with the newly assigned grade.
PMCS is committed to give a fair and reasonable solutions to its customer’s note which is determined to be NOT genuine or Over graded. If the customers doesn’t accept the solution offered by PMCS, the note will be removed from PMCS Holder and the same will be returned to the customer.
Description Errors in Label: If customer finds any mistakes in the PMCS label like wrongly written catalog number, year, letter(Inset), denomination, serial number, Governor’s Signature, grade, grade description and any other, then it’s the sole responsibility of the customer to re-submit for the error label. PMCS doesn’t hold responsibility if the note is not submitted for the same. If the customer knowingly sells, trades, transfers the ownership of error labeled note instead of re-submitting to PMCS then the customer is liable to the buyer for fraud and maybe subjected to the legal action.
Autograph Notes: PMCS doesn’t give guarantee on autographed notes, since it doesn’t hold authentication on the same along with the signature of the particular note. Such notes will be graded with description ‘Ink Annotation’ and Graded as regular type note.
Error Note: If PMCS grades a note as an ‘Error’, then the same will be highlighted as “Error” obverse and the description for the same will be mentioned on the reverse side of the PMCS label. If the note is not identified as an ‘Error’ then the same will be considered as an Regular issue type.