Security Of Our Cases Is A Top Priority. Our Team At IGS Wants To Ensure Your Trust In Us And Any Product You Receive Of Ours.
We Have Designed A Case That Is Basically Tamper Proof, And We Have Put In Tamper Proof Measures That You Can Detect.
Always make sure our Games Registered number matches on the tamper proof sticker. If they don't please email us at email@example.com.
We use a tamper proof stickers that are attached to the graded sticker and the acrylic case. We did this incase someone tried to remove the graded sticker. We will show in the next picture what happens when someone tries to remove our tamper sticker.
When a tamper sticker is lifted it will leave behind part of the sticker, like on the right side. If someone tries to use the sticker again it will look like the left side. If you see one of our tamper stickers that looks like this please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
There should be 4 tamper stickers on our acrylic case. One should be placed on the top left corner of the case. It will be visible from the front of the box and basically look like the metal tab on a sealed PlayStation 1 game.
Each tamper sticker will have a 7 digit code. Each tamper sticker will have the same 5 first digits. What does this mean exactly? The registry number on the example Super Mario Galaxy Game is 1975446 and this corner sticker number is 1975450. That means the other two tamper stickers will start with 19754xx