Take a look at this website. They have a Doors album that has a Morrison that looks fake. It's selling rather cheap. Yet this guy has been doing a lot of business successfully online. And read what it says about the people that authenticate his stuff. Intriguing. Anybody do business here, or opinions on it: http://www.radziwill.us/
I wouldn't touch anything from this company with a 10 foot pole. All their Runaways stuff are completely horrible forgeries.
just had a look at his items his Duane Allman is a fake and yes too cheap
No good at all, IMO.
Everything I have seen there is beyond suspicious. A lot of garbage on ioffer ties back to this vendor.
Josh, I went to the site you mentioned and took a look at the signed items. I chose an Alice Cooper, then an aerosmith and I stopped right there - didn't have to go any further. You have a good eye.
Everything I looked at is fake. The Morrison isn't remotely close.
So, here's the question I have for everybody. I don't, or didn't, doubt that the stuff was bogus. I was more intrigued by the process they have going with their authenticators. Read on their site, what is involved with that. I'm curious as to your opinions on that -- not whether or not Elton John didn't properly cross his "t" like that.
Mr. Radwill knows exactly what he is doing. And doesn't care.
And, I might add, if you Google his name and virtually all links are pointing to various customer complaints then only a fool would buy anything from his company. How do these people stay in business?
They don’t accept the opinions of TPAs and a legitimate FDE would be cost prohibitive. Their “guarantee” in effect is that you have 10 days to realize that you were ripped off and then you’re stuck with it.