I am looking at a number of signatures on Ebay right now. For the most part, they look legit but do not come authenticated. 

JSA will be at a local card show in three weeks, if for some reason if any of these fail am I able to get a Ebay refund? I would think if it failed authentication I would be covered by buyer protection. 

Feedback appreciated

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If you purchased something on ebay and paid with paypal, you have 180 days to file a dispute and get your money back.  But a safer plan would be to get some opinions on the items you want to buy before clicking the purchase button. 

I had Beckett pass it as likely to pass full authentication.. just making sure I'm covering everything

I would argue that getting opinions from a few members here would be better than a quick opinion from any third party authenticator.  This is the best authentication website on the net. :)

I have done that. Basically I am about to put in an offer for an unauthenticated Ruth. It got a pass from people here, and commented that it was a beautiful signature. But there is so much risk with purchasing a Ruth. 

Couldn't agree more! But you seem like you got your angles covered. Go ahead and hit the purchase knowing full well that paypal has your back in the event of any fraud.

I’m waiting on the PSA quick opinion. If Beckett and PSA agree and this forum, and knowing I can get a refund if it doesn’t pass fully it’s worth the risk. 

it cost $300 for full authentication 

eBay has a 30 day window.  Paypal is six months.  You should try to stay within the 30 days which gives you potential double coverage.

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