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Your opinion on the Cameron authentication

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PuttersammlerPuttersammler Members  66WRX Points: 0Posts: 66
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<div class="IPBDescription">Is the COA sophisticated?</div>Hey, I would like to share my thoughts on the Cameron authentication program respectively the COA. There are a couple of questions that come to my mind:<br />
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- how can I tell that the COA I receive with a putter really belongs to that putter besides from the pictures? <br />
There may be more than one putter with the same looks or from a specific series.<br />
- why is there no more specific information on the putter details like shaft, grip, weight, lenght, lie, etc.?<br />
One could alter all these specs afterwards and refer to the COA and claim it was authentic.<br />
- what prevents a putter from being authenticated twice?<br />
- what happens to putters in the database that were authenticated one day, then probably sold and put thru <br />
the custom shop (stamped, sightlines added) and then finally again authenticated? I mean what about the <br />
first COA? The putter authenticated back then is now history but still in the database, right?<br />
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Please comment on my statements and share your view of things. In my opinion the authentication program is not properly developed, yet!

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