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eBay seller - chancellor74 selling fake MARLON BRANDO - see discussion for rediculous response

http://www.ebay.com/itm/172125911910?euid=656a29f424a3445cbee38718a...

Please help report this item. His response to my plea to remove was as follows: 

I've seen many Brando signatures. I have many exemplars is you'd like to compare. This is not even close. If you go to PSA, they can give you a quick opinion for $10. If it comes back legit, I'll pay for the fee. That's why it's so important to sell an item of this magnitude with a COA from a reputable company such as PSA or JSA. Ebay even requires/expects one to accompany an item this important. 

FROM SELLER:

Not quite sure what you mean by a $10 quick opinion. Sounds awfully cheap for a reputable company. The item itself may only sell for that much.

Thanks for the input...I already have gone online to compare and it looks very similar. The item comes with a money back guarantee as well as Paypal protection .. Thanks again.

HAHA - He must not realize that eBay is trying to protect buyers from people like him. 

He then felt insulted when I mentioned  - "And that would be proof enough that's it's not real. Which in turn means you just ripped off an innocent party for $10 of their money."

Tags: Brando, Marlon, PSA, authentication, autograph

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The bit from the seller that infers that the item (a genuine Brando!!) might only sell for $10 is really funny!!

exactly, Michelle!

Here's a large image of the Brando. I agree with your opinion of it, Bradford:

Here's my Brando to compare it to:

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