Which still makes it a mistake. And a bigger mistake by the employer who is ultimately responsible.
And for the money involved, it can be a costly mistake.
I looked at this MJ sig and a few Legit ones and could easily see the problem. I don't even study MJ and it was blatantly clear to me, otherwise I wouldn't have even commented.
It really does stick out like a sore thumb haha
The slab says Beckett Grading Service (BGS), not Beckett Authentication Service (BAS). BGS is their card grading service that I believe used JSA to authenticate autographs. BGS stopped authenticating autographs once BAS started last year.
Wascher, I just noticed you said it was authenticated a month or so ago. Was it unholdered on Autographs 101? If that's the case, maybe they're using the BGS slabs and inserts right now.
I have seen this being offered for sale on Facebook, eBay and now Pristine Auctions. Buyer Beware (Imo) MJ Pristine Auctions
Pristine will sell anything. As long as it has a COA. They don't care if the signature is questionable or not.