Recently I’ve been looking to acquire some of the Expedition FPO cards. I notice there’s some listings on ebay for the raw cards that have the Ebay Authenticity checkbox next to them. I guess maybe that automatically gets added to listings over a certain value? Would the authenticity guarantee actually apply to these though, since they’re test cards?
I just ask because I know PSA and Beckett’s stopped grading the FPO cards a while ago and I can’t remember if its PSA that does the ebay authenticity. If they do it, that would be wonderful as I saw a post a while ago about someone getting scammed by a fake FPO card that just had a paper picture in front glued onto another card. An authenticity check would be great to stop something like that.
If they’re going to just hold it for 2 weeks and then refuse to authenticate it though, I’d rather know at the get-go.
Second unrelated question - it seems ebay authenticity only applies to single card listings? I had some sellers tell me that they have multiple FPO cards, but it seems the ebay authenticity checkbox doesn’t appear when a listing with multiple cards is created.