I sent an item to PSA/DNA to get a C.O.A. thinking it would help me sell my item and be worth more was I wrong!!! It came back with 9 items wrong with the autograph and was deemed fake.It cost me almost a$100 for nothing . I called them and told them they were wrong that I personally had the item signed by the sports athlete and I was standing right next to him,which is true. They told me since they were not present at the signing  it was their opinion that it was fake because it did not pass their test., and that what they give is only an opinion and it may not be the same as someone else s. I just want to know if anyone else had this happen to them?      

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Sorry for the late reply. I am overseas, so I will not have access to the autograph for a couple of months.

I know this is an old thread but I have a question for you Anthony, if you don't mind. i added you so I can message you. Thanks

Yes PSA does know what they are doing with authenticating autographs. Steve and Zack have actually been getting autographs for over 20 years each. I know both of the personally. Plus they know a lot of people that collect autographs in person. They both started getting autographs in Chicago. Steve worked for Mancow back ob the 1990's. They both are also huge Star Wars fans and have been working on posters signed by almost everyone involved in all the movies.




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