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Ok thanks. The original tier price was $34, press/screen $35, shipping $23 for the $92 dollars. Was already charged that and I guess I'll wait and see what the extra 30 was for.


Sounds like a mistake but youll have to ask. Did you ship to florida or texas for the pressing? They also dont charge you for the screen if it passes.
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I dropped it off with 9 other books that were just for grading at the Las Vegas Con in June last year.
I guess I'll have to try calling again. Thanks.
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This included pressing. Haven't heard anything yet...
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This included pressing. Haven't heard anything yet...


5 months aint that long
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This included pressing. Haven't heard anything yet...


Not to worry, you will be coming up soon. They are cycling through SDCC pressing order from a month earlier now.
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This included pressing. Haven't heard anything yet...


The date on your dashboard is the date the invoice was filled out, not the date that CBCS received the order. Since August 27th, 2019, was a Tuesday, I am wondering if you dropped it off at a con or if you mailed it in. I would guess it is only a matter of a few days or maybe a week or two, but I just wanted to make sure that people realized that the date on the dashboard is not always accurate.

Having said all that, a thought popped into my head (which is never a good thing). If a person drops books off at a con and CBCS uses the paper form, what date shows up on the dashboard? Is it the date that it gets entered into the computer or can they backdate it to the Tuesday after the con? Is that what happened here?
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This included pressing. Haven't heard anything yet...


The date on your dashboard is the date the invoice was filled out, not the date that CBCS received the order. Since August 27th, 2019, was a Tuesday, I am wondering if you dropped it off at a con or if you mailed it in. I would guess it is only a matter of a few days or maybe a week or two, but I just wanted to make sure that people realized that the date on the dashboard is not always accurate.

Having said all that, a thought popped into my head (which is never a good thing). If a person drops books off at a con and CBCS uses the paper form, what date shows up on the dashboard? Is it the date that it gets entered into the computer or can they backdate it to the Tuesday after the con? Is that what happened here?


I took my books to the CBCS booth at SDCC on Preview night (7/17-Jake filled out the paper form), and they were on my dashboard by the 25th.
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Thanks @Siggy!! Since the 25th was a Thursday, and CBCS policy is to officially "receive" con submissions on the Tuesday after the con, then it would appear that the dashboard shows the actual date they are entered. I knew the dashboard was unreliable for mail-in submissions, but it's good to know that it is basically unreliable for cons also.
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Whoop whoop! - Just saw that another of my July press screen submissions moved from "Submitted" to "Labels"! I can hardly wait. No Marvel or DC in this submission, as it's an eclectic mix of early modern comics.
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If I sub this for crack and press...


Do I have to pay for vsp again?

Or do I just pay for pressing and regrade?
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@Enelson as long as cbcs is the one who cracks it open and press the book, you do not have to pay for the vsp if you crack it open then you will have to pay
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