"Sorry, but one doesn't even have to look at the signatures when you hear the name "MY FAVORITE PLAYERS". We call them My Favorite Forgeries PERIOD That was 1st in a line of scams by Tony "Danny Graves Disease" Podsada,…"
Welcome to Autograph Live. You’re asking reasonable questions. I imagine there are some genuine autographs with their COA, but I’ve never seen one that I thought was.
The MLB license is for rights to reprint and sell MLB…"
"I see you are new (I neglected to say "welcome" so...welcome!). So, I thought some context might help - terrier8HOF is among those who posses a set of eyes that I truly value, and the experience that comes with them. If I need an opinion…"
"are you more concerned about the history of MFP forgeries, or the authenticity of what you posted? Let's assume for the sake of argument that perhaps, there exists an autograph out there that is authentic and carries a MFP COA. …"
"OK, so the consensus is that each and every autograph sold my My Favorite Players over the years is a forgery. So how did they get away with it for so long, and how did they secure licensing from MLB?"
""...Unless the player or celebrity signs the item in front of you, there is always a shadow of a doubt...." "..It does seem that it's impossible to be absolutely certain of any of this stuff...."
Technically there is a…"
"Really, I appreciate all the info, but it seems like the autograph business is run primarily on "opinions" and not facts. Unless the player or celebrity signs the item in front of you, there is always a shadow of a doubt. Can you say for a…"