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Review by Jimmy B.2 years ago
One of thee Greatest web sites around.
Plenty of Giveaway's, Great card prices,
also Great Memorabilia Grading Services.
I have Tried other site & Nothing is Better!...
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Review by TonyEnglish4 years ago
PSA/DNA is supposedly the top autograph authenticators in the world. For years I have had what I thought was a Marilyn Monroe picture signed by her. I needed cash so I checked on line and they were selling for 10K to 40K each. So I started to wonder if it was authentic. So a dealer told me to send it to PSA/DNA for authentication and if it was real they would buy it wholesale for $9500. PSA/DNA claimed to use microscopes and high frequency lights and many other high tech equipment in their facilities. So, I paid the fee of $506 and sent it in for authentication. The contacted me and told me it was real. They gave it an online verification number of AA02766. http://www.psacard.com/cert/aa02766/. So I went on EBay and sold the item for $10,200 dollars which was a quick sale as I needed the money. In fact, buyers were contacting me directly asking me to take it off of EBay to sell it directly. I didn't want to do anything unethical so I kept it on EBay for the short bidding period. I needed to pay some bills. When the money arrived I paid my bills and shipped the item. The buyer, an autograph dealer received the item and called me very angry. He said the item was a facsimile of the real item. He wanted his money back. I was in shock. I had spent the money and could not return it. EBay did however return the money to the buyer and he sent the picture back to me. When I called PSA/DNA they said it is virtually impossible for them to make a mistake especially if it was a facsimile. They told me if they made that kind of mistake they would pay my damages and refund the $10,200 to the buyer.I sent it to PSA/DNA and they said they would look at it again. It was supposed to take 7 days. For almost two months I didn't receive any returned calls. Then, I got a call saying they were sorry but the item was a facsimile and not a real signature. They offered to give me my initial fee back and a $1500 dollar credit on future authentications. EBay and Pay Pal have now shut me down, canceled my business with them and are suing me for the refund. I am in collections and now my credit is being ruined. PSA/DNA still refuses to pay the damages required to make me whole. I would suggest you do not use this company if you want a real expert try anywhere else. These guys are really incompetent.
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Review by BettyBye7 years ago
I found this site theoretically very helpful. For collectors it will certainly be so. My only issue is that the estimated prices for cards are unlikely to pay out at your local dealer. That doesn't mean the site is giving the right price, just that local dealers care a lot less or will try and sell ya some line about the market. So don't bank on the prices. either way, this is one of the best places to go on the net.