I sent in a 100 card set on a $15 grading special. PSA sends me an email that one of the cards got destroyed in the sealing process. This in not the first time this has happened to me. PSA tells me they will subtract the $20 declared value and the $15 grading fee from the submission. On the surface this sounds fair but it is really not. Since this is a 100 card set I will obviously have to replace the one card PSA destroyed. Now I will have to go buy the card again, pay to ship the card to PSA (which I had already paid for), and I will have to pay the full price of grading when the card I sent in was on a $15 special and then I will have to pay for return shipping (which I had already paid for) so I am looking at a $30 to $40 loss because of PSA destroying my card. I asked PSA to give me one free submission not only for my inconvenience but also for the $20+ shipping I am going to have because of their error and that the card I sent in was being graded for $15 special. They said "no" they would only give me the declared value. They did offer to encase to damaged card which has no value. I have been a PSA member for 20 years and have paid to have thousands of cards graded. I do not feel the customer should lose money for their mistake. I thought I offered a fair compromise.