To quote Jar Jar, “how wude!” But seriously, even Ben Affleck of all people was more than happy to sign with my gold sharpie in the exact place I told him to sign. And he's a two time Oscar winner, not a breakout actress who hit stardom from one movie that just came out less than a year ago (no offense to Gal's talent, of course).Her refusal to use blue came from her handler (I think she was actually Ms. Gadot's acting agent). For some reason these actors are being told to never use blue. I've heard it's because people can take the signature off or that it adds to the overall value of the signature & agents don't like sharing their money. The three helpers for Henry Cavill were telling me I couldn't hand him my blue Sharpie, but I did anyway and he had absolutely no problem using it (and if he did have a problem with it, he's a much better actor than others give him credit for).
I couldn't even try that with Gadot. She wasn't very nice and had already started signing the items I brought, without listening to signature placement instructions...
He obviously just takes the number from an item that has already been authenticated by PSA for the actor in question. Not hard... just go on eBay and you can steal the cert number and create your own certificate and sticker matching the number in the database.how did he fake it? it's in their database
100% fakeToday our website (StarWarsAwakens.nl, the Dutch SW site) got an email from a firm that is selling the inventory of a company that went bankrupt.
They sent us this photo and asked us if we're interested (without mentioning a price or giving more information, just this photo. No closeup)
Any idea of this is real? I see Lucas, Davis, Hamill, Fisher... but I have no idea if it's fake or not.
Help would be appreciated!