Thats the website for the certification store, I’ve never heard of them and can’t find anything online about if they are good or not. I messaged them and they said they weren’t members of UACC or AFTAL. I will supply a picture of the certificate as well for the item I’m looking to buy. Thanks for helping.
I like how that super-official document looks like it's printed on "Student Of The Week Award" stationary from circa 1992.
Unfortunately, Anthony, because over 80% of the people that buy autographs do not know autographs, they are impressed by the "Forensic COA."
Those people equate a "Forensic Authenticator" with TV shows like NCIS, etc.
I remember one individual who would defend Stephen Rocchi and Guaranteed Forensic Authenticators by "laughing at me" and commenting "All he has to do is look at an autograph to determine whether it is authentic or a forgery..haha."
Stephen Rocchi on his GFA website spews BS about their "New Technology."
Of course, there is no "New Technology."
It's all BS.
There’s a seller of fake autographs on eBay (I know...shocking) who, in all his descriptions, says he will provide a refund if the autograph is determined to be fake by a court qualified forensic examiner.
I sent him a message saying, “You mean PSA, JSA, or Beckett isn’t good enough? That’s because you know they wouldn’t pass your stuff.”
The sellers of forgeries on Ebay who used Chris "I Never Saw An Autograph I Didn't Like" Morales always used that "Court Qualified" BS.
Look what happened to Morales in court below.
I posted this in 2011.
That was FANTASTIC work, Christopher! What a crook that Morales is! I could just imagine his live responses would be...”uh, uh, uh...well...uh...let’s see here...uh...let me get back to you on that.”
Thank you, James.
+1 This place is invaluable.
Good heavens without enlargement one can see Old Blue Eyes is no good, "papers" aside.