Please DON'T buy into baseball card breaks! - SportsCardsEDGE

Please DON'T buy into baseball card breaks!

Not only do I REFUSE to be part of a baseball card break online, but I don't recommend it to this community either.

Basically if you want to rip wax, do it yourself!!

In recent years, buying into baseball card breaks through "breakers" has become a popular way for collectors to acquire new cards. However, there are a number of reasons why this may not be the best idea, and why collectors should be cautious when dealing with breakers.

Firstly, buying into breaks can be expensive. Breakers often charge high fees for their services, which can eat into the overall value of the cards being acquired. Additionally, there is no guarantee that a collector will receive any valuable cards in a break, meaning that they may end up spending a significant amount of money without getting much in return.

Secondly, there is a risk of fraud or scams when dealing with breakers. In recent years, there have been several high-profile cases of breakers defrauding their customers or selling counterfeit cards. In some cases, breakers have even disappeared with their customers' money, leaving collectors with nothing to show for their investment. More and more common now, breakers are moving good cards off screen and potentially skimming them from the customers who paid for the cards!

Another potential issue with buying into breaks is the lack of control over the cards being acquired. When buying individual cards, collectors are able to carefully inspect them for damage or defects and determine their true value. However, in a break, collectors have no control over which cards they receive or their condition, making it more difficult to accurately assess their value.

Basically if you want to rip wax, do it yourself!!

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