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Old 05-20-2019, 09:20 PM   #1
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my Perfect Team card went missing

An auction for Joe Ferguson ended without the card being sold. The card did not come back to me and appears to have vanished. I tried finding it via "Manage Cards." I also tried restarting. Neither helped.


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Old 05-20-2019, 09:47 PM   #2
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Are you sure he's not on the in-active roster?

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Are you sure he's not on the in-active roster?

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He is not on the active roster. Now that I think about it, it could be that he was sold but no indication that he was sold is showing up in my transaction history. I say this because the last several gold players I sold did not show up as sold. I may have sold him and forgot about it but I should still be told this in the transaction history. At least I assume that I should see a message to this effect.
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I'm typing on phone so please forgive typo.

On the roster tab there is a button for the inactive roster or deactivated cards. When a card doesn't sell it usually shows up there.

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I'm typing on phone so please forgive typo.

On the roster tab there is a button for the inactive roster or deactivated cards. When a card doesn't sell it usually shows up there.

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It is very cool of you to take the time out to try and help.

I checked that and he is not there. It could be that I did an auto sell after the action ended and forgot about it. What is confusing me is that I think I should have a note telling me that this happen in my transaction history.

I meant "Your Auctions" and not transaction history. I also should have typed "Sold Now" and not auto sell.

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Check the Transaction Log - that will show if you auto-sold the card.
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I never did that with baseball cards. Maybe I missed out on something great as as a kid.
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Check the Transaction Log - that will show if you auto-sold the card.
I know it is strange to say but it is not there.
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If it's not in the transaction log then I will say you still have the card somewhere. If you had a spot open on your Active Roster when the auction ended, it's possible he was placed on the Active Roster (maybe? I know this occurs when I activate a card with an open spot). If he's not on the Inactive list and not on the Reserve Roster and not on the Active Roster then... I would keep asking until one of the devs chimes in. They are able to look at logs to see what transpired.
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Just to be sure, you didn't have any filters on when you went to manage your inactive cards, right? I've done that and thought I had a card missing, but it turned out that I had a filter on.
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Just to be sure, you didn't have any filters on when you went to manage your inactive cards, right? I've done that and thought I had a card missing, but it turned out that I had a filter on.
I checked. They player is gone. It is cool of you to try and help. Thanks.
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Check the Transaction Log - that will show if you auto-sold the card.
It does not show up.
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It is technically impossible that a card got lost. It is either sold (which will show it on the transaction log) or still on your roster somewhere.
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