I'm putting this out there so I can get others opinion on this because I have never had this happen before. I just got some graded cards back, and 2 are what I believe to be is mistakes/errors in the grading. This are cards that I am going to sell. 1 card was a miscut that on the back had the number of the wrong card. That is the number that was put on the sealed info from the grading co. Shouldn't it be the number of the actual card? The other card was a "wrong back" card that again, the grading co put the wrong number in the sealed placard. I actually have several other "wrong back" cards, and they have the correct number in the info. So I guess my question is, would I be better off sending the cards back get them corrected, sell them "as is" as grading error cards? Thanks.