PSA didn't reject the items, they turned down the job of authenticating all of them since they weren't allowed to witness the signing and it seemed sketchy as hell.
PSA/DNA officials said that because they did not accept the job, company policy precluded them from publicly taking a stance on the authenticity of the Winston autographs.
Curious to see what they would say if I bought one and sent it to them. I can guarantee it won't be "we can't render an opinion on this item, here's your money back."
"Sources said"?? What kind of garbage reporting is that? I could have said that and it would mean absolutely nothing.
PSA did not say that, they only said that they would not authenticate the items unless they could witness the signing. I am not defending JSA nor do I know anything about Winston's autograph, but this article is poorly written with a clear agenda.
The media is just getting worse. I just saw a headline that stated an actress from SOA says the final episode "could be one of the greatest finales in tv history." I click on the article to read and the actress stated she didn't read the final script but the way the show's going that it "could be one of the greatest finales in tv history."
LoL! It's all click-bait garbage, they just want people to click through to the article so they can get paid by advertisers. Quality reporting is very difficult to find online these days.
Im sure the goons at the planet are going crazy with excitement about thinking what all ways they can twist and turn this to smear JSA and PSA. Granted, both companies are doing poorly as of late.
You're misinterpreting it. They did not authenticate them because they were not able to witness the signing, not because of variations in the signatures. They chose to pass on this because they were not familiar with his signature overall, having not accumulated a proper database/study on it, and were not able to see them signed in person.
If JSA is in trouble, I can't imagine the hot water Global, GFA and ACE are in!
Everyone already knew those places sucked at authenticating. Hard to damage them much further than they already have been. JSA has been for the most part considered in the upper echelon. I think this article hurts them.