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Old 04-11-2013, 03:30 PM
esquiresports esquiresports is offline
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Default Would you be able to detect a trimmed T206 card that was, as trimmed, properly sized?

I see a lot of questions about how PSA could let the Wagner get by. I understand that PSA holds themselves out as experts in authentication, but they aren't the only experts. There are a lot here on Net54. My question to the experts or otherwise, is do you believe you would be able to detect in virtually all instances trimming on a T206 card done after it left the factory, assuming the trimmed card was the proper size? Put another way, how difficult do you think it would be carry out a trim without it being detected by you? I'm not looking for anyone to give a would-be forger a how-to manual. Just wondering if it's easily detectable by someone who knows what to look for. Thanks!

Last edited by esquiresports; 04-11-2013 at 03:32 PM. Reason: Added specific reference to Wagner and fixed grammar
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