We're committed to providing the best experience for our customers, and in our industry that means providing an abundance of accurate, timely sports card pricing information
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Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) February 13, 2009
CardPricer.com, the web's foremost authority on transaction-based, sports card valuation, recently posted its five-millionth website transaction. Largely viewed as the industry leader in true value guides, hitting this milestone reinforces CardPricer's position and provides its clients with access to vast amounts of baseball card pricing information.
"We're committed to providing the best experience for our customers, and in our industry that means providing an abundance of accurate, timely sports card pricing information," says Ted Golden, CEO of CardPricer. "Having posted over five millions transactions and counting, we are making great headway towards that goal."
In addition to this achievement, the firm is working to implement major updates to its robust web application. These enhancements will result in new price guides for baseball card sets that are not included in the current transaction total. In addition to eBay data, CardPricer tracks sales from a number of leading sports memorabilia auction houses with several new market places to be added in the upcoming months.
To learn more about CardPricer or its card sets, visit cardpricer.com.
CardPricer.com offers the most comprehensive baseball card price guide online. CardPricer's goal is to provide accurate pricing information for all types of publicly traded cards as well as provide access to the most extensive catalog of sports cards and collectible trading cards anywhere. CardPricer's software allows collectors to research cards view cards and organize cards in a way not previously possible.