Please read the following: . What's you take on this? I sent a note to P___ about a label mechanical error and received this answer "Please provide pictures of your coin in the P___ holder front and back.
After we receive the picture we will then determine if the coin needs to be sent back to P___ for correction.
If this is the case, we will respond to your email with full instructions on how to send it back to P___. The email will accompany a pre-paid F__E_ label to assist you in shipping your coin to P___. We will correct the mistake(s) made to your coin and send the coin back to you free of charge. ""However if you havenít joined our P___ Collectors Club membership, you will need to do so to have your coins corrected.""

Does this sound correct to you? Join their "paid membership" club fo $69 or I can't get their typo corrected " free of charge? This SMS isn't worth $69 and especially noted wrong on the slab but not on the cert. registry
cert#21657962 slab id: MS67CAM SMS. Should it be 1967 50C SP67CA? What's NOT covered,,,,

" A designation that is obviously incorrect. For example, if you had a 1945 Philadelphia Mercury dime and the bands on the reverse were as flat as a pancake and obviously not fully struck, but the P___ holder showed the designation as "FB" for fully struck crossbands, this coin would not be covered the P___ Guarantee as the crossbands are obviously not fully struck.
Proofs shown as regular strikes and regular strikes shown as proofs. For example, if you had an obvious regular strike 1907 $2.5 gold piece, but the P___ holder showed the coin as a proof, this coin would not be covered by the P___ Guarantee as the difference between a regular strike and proof 1907 $2.5 is obvious.
An obviously misidentified coin. For example, if you have a Hudson silver commemorative, but the P___ holder showed the coin as a Hawaiian silver commemorative, this coin would not be covered by the P___ Guarantee as a Hudson is obviously not a Hawaiian.
A variety attribution that is obviously incorrect. For example, if you had a normal date 1942 Mercury dime, but the P___ holder showed the coin as a much rarer 1942/1 overdate, this coin would not be covered by the P___ Guarantee as the date is obviously normal. Another example would be if you had a 1945 Mercury dime with an obviously normal size mint mark, but the P___ holder showed the coin as a "Micro S." This coin would not be covered by the P___ Guarantee since the mint mark is obviously normal size.
A blatantly obvious cleric input mistake with respect to the actual grade of the coin. For example, if you had an 1893-O Morgan dollar and the P___holder showed the coin as MS65 (a Gem quality coin), but the coin was so beat up and marked up that it would grade MS60 at best, this coin would not be covered by the P___ Guarantee as this would be an obvious input error. The rule of thumb here would be a difference of more than two points on the grading scale."
The TPS with Guarantee in their name do this totally free as they Guarantee their work!