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doniceage
04-18-2010, 11:27 AM
Most of you remember Mario's "Man on the Street", Shane. He recently brought something rather disturbing to my attention. As if forgeries aren't already abundantly prevalent in The Hobby and often hard to identify, now, the holy grail standard of autograph authentication, PSA, themselves have seemingly made a major blunder.


Upon it's release Upper Deck's Prominent Cuts was a $200+ product. It has come down in recent weeks and still promises (1) Cut Signature card per box. Not limited to just sports, their is a strong Hollywood/entertainment segment of the checklist. Each of the Cut Signature cards was certified authentic by none other than PSA/DNA.

http://www.voiceofthecollector.com/

bob9826
04-18-2010, 11:56 AM
psa/dna makes TONS of mistakes. i know people who took autos they got in person to be authenticated so they would be worth more and they failed them. and also people have done experiments on blogs where they sent in forged autos and auto pened autographs that have got passed.