Recently a Twitter user called out Leaf Trading Cards for a Tom Brady card that, most would probably say, appeared to be tampered with. Evidently the guy was trying to sell the card and was having trouble because people kept assuming he'd tampered with it. The card is numbered 2/5, but it's clear that it also used to be numbered /25. Looks to me like a 13 or 15, but that's really irrelevant. Now, I'm not sure why anyone would want to change the numbering on a Tom Brady auto that's already numbered /25 anyways, but I'm sure it's been tried. Leaf Trading Cards confirmed on Twitter that the card was legit. I guess only 5 of the cards got signed, re-printing wasn't an option, so they instead put white foil over the old numbering and stamped it again with the new numbering. So, yeah, the card is legit and Leaf's checklist verifies the correct numbering, which is /5. Now Leaf's CEO, Brian Gray, is offering anyone who has the card, and isn't happy with it, a $325 price tag to buy it back. If you have one you want to sell, you can email him directly at email@example.com to sell. So, now my question is, what would you do? Would you keep the card, try to sell it elsewhere, or sell it back to Leaf for the $325? I, personally, would probably sell it. I don't have a Tom Brady auto, and I wouldn't mind having one, but I'd have to sell this one simply because I wouldn't be able to handle having a card that had an obvious defect (for lack of a better word). Not to say I'd be taking Leaf up on their offer because it's possible someone would pay more for it, but it's definitely not a card I'd be able to keep, unfortunately. Don't worry @bajmurray, I would offer it to you before selling it too. Here's the card: If you would like to buy this card, here it is on eBay: http://www.ebay.com/itm/2016-Leaf-M...el-On-Card-Auto-Autograph-d-2-5-/201547090210 Pretty sure you won't get it on eBay for less than $325, though.