Thread: Tony Gonzalez
02-23-2013, 03:45 PM #1
i'm thinking of sending a TTM to tony gonzalez since he has a great return rate, but i've heard some controversy over the authenticity of his autographs. what are your thoughts? are they definately ghost-signed or what? is it worth even sending him a TTM? any feedback would be great. thanks!
02-23-2013, 07:50 PM #2
I can't add too much to the conversation, as football isn't my Forte (get it? Matt Forte? I know, cheesy), but I don't send to people that have an inkling of being fakes unless its via e-mail (being free I don't mind). You can always compare it to certified autos by Upper Deck or Panini after the fact. Those you know are legit, and I doubt a ghost signer would be 100% accurate, but autopen may still be an issues too.
02-24-2013, 07:50 AM #3
It really is so tough to tell- I got a success from him and the signature that I got looks a lot neater than the ones that are certified however there are a lot of the same characteristics that make the sigs unique. I have a hard time believing it was authentic because it was such a quick turnaround sending to his fanmail address and the postmarked city was no where near Atlanta. Again, its tough to tell but I will just "assume" mine is authentic. BriHere are all of my TTM Successes in my photobucket...
2013 Spring Training Success Rate- 42/73
2013 Total TTM Count- 281 Items
2013 Total In Person Count- 8 Items
02-24-2013, 09:13 AM #4
02-24-2013, 04:58 PM #5
thanks for the info guys. i'll see, i might just give him a try and see what i get back