Help! Is about right. That graph isn't looking well.
I also don’t like the autograph - very atypical IMO
Not nice ,NO GOOD
Tyler, I believe this, at best, is a very poor example of Paul's signature. For the life of me I do not see how this was authenticated by PSA.
You are between a rock and a hard place. Sorry.
Tyler , Sometimes life can be a game changer with what you have purchased so go back to the PSA & ask more about this authentication as you hold all the cards , did you pay by pay pal ? you should be protected if recently purchased as this can be checked out & your transaction can be traced & refunded . There is no need to keep things silent from them , some of the PSA will have integrity if you feel somethings quite not right , untill the PSA give you a explanation .. Good luck Tyler I think you need to shout out on this graph .
Ideally, yes. In reality, no one at PSA will give a further explanation as to why they think that the autograph is real. Because it has a PSA letter, it would be tough to get a refund from the seller.
I don't want to point the finger, but if I had to, I would argue that you perhaps should have put more time into researching the item before buying it, and not relying on a PSA letter. I think that many experienced collectors don't buy items based on having a letter, or not having a letter. They buy based on the item itself.
I notice the original seller of this signed album has it listed again on eBay. Were you able to return it and get your money back?
Hey Joe! Sorry for the late response. I ended up returning the item back to the seller. I really enjoy everyones feedback. Even though this is a very rushed, very awkward 'Paul' autograph, I believe that Paul did actually sign this.
Can I ask why you returned it when you thought it is real?