By: Frank D. Rich, Lead Writer
Visit any place on the internet where people talk about autographs and it won’t take you long to find the post. You know the one and its heartbreaking every time it happens.
Someone has proudly shared a photo of one of their favorite autographs. Maybe it’s brand new, or they’ve had it for years, but the facts are devastating either way. The autograph is not authentic. It’s a forgery.
Now think about that same post and what happens next. Members start to respond, letting the person know the autograph is not authentic.