Easy upload: When you send your cards to the Vault, they will be professionally photographed, valued, and automatically uploaded to your portfolio.

Peace of mind security: All cards are stored in the highest quality secure storage facility in the industry and fully insured while in the Vault and when being shipped out of the Vault.

Selling on Alt: You will be able to sell all PSA/BGS/SGC graded cards you have stored in the Vault through Alt’s Exchange.

Fee Structure

Vault any raw or graded cards with Alt for a one-time $5 fee per card. For a limited time, this intake fee is waived for PSA/BGS/SGC graded cards. There are no ongoing storage fees and you can outtake your cards anytime. If there are any questions or disputes you can email support@onlyalt.com.

Shipping and Insurance:

Shipping to the Vault: Customers are responsible for shipping charges to the Vault. A prepaid shipping label can be created from your Alt Profile and shipping charges will appear on your invoice in account activity. Standard shipping rates apply. Customers are also responsible for all insurance coverage for packages sent to the Vault. This can be done through a shipping carrier or a personal policy.

Shipping from the Vault: Customers are responsible for shipping charges from the Vault. Standard shipping rates apply and your account balance must be funded to cover shipping fees at the final step of the outtake process. Packages sent from the Vault are insured by Alt. A signature upon delivery will be required for any packages with a value >$5,000. If multiple cards are requested at outtake, they may arrive in separate packages.


Our lending product is in beta. If this is something you're interested in trying, please contact us through messenger and we'll be happy to connect you with our Lending team to provide more details. We are currently offering 1-year commercial term loans up to $250K.

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