Do NOT trust PSA's quick opinion and here's why...
So I asked ebay about buying autographs and they referred me to PSA's
quick opinion service. I listed the same exact autograph on 3 separate
auctions. The first week, the quick opinion was rendered "Unable to
render". The next week I listed and performed the quick opinion, and it
came back "Likely Not Genuine. The third week I listed it and PSA said
the autograph was "Likely Genuine". How frustrating! Is it ok for PSA
to, one week, say an autograph is genuine, the next, say they are not
sure, and the following week, say it is not genuine? Furthermore, is it
right for ebay to be utilizing the services of PSA and depending on
their "Expert" opinion? I am very frustrated here. How can anyone ever
know an autograph they buy on ebay is real if PSA changes their mind
each week as the whether or not the same autograph is authentic or not.
I want the people high up in ebay who decide to partner with PSA to
know this. What is the best way I can each them? They need to know they
are depending on a thrid party who could care less. Any thoughts?