PSA Closed Until Further Notice Due To Coronavirus

Mike

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As many state Governors are doing, California's Governor issued a declaration asking all non-essential workers to stay home to help prevent the spread of the coronavirus. As a result, Professional Sports Authenticator (PSA) has temporarily closed.

PSA is asking customers to not to send any more submissions to their California office, until their operations are reopened, but has also stated that any submissions already inbound will be accepted, and stored.

I would expect more of these types of announcements to be made in the coming days as more and more states adopt similar policies regarding the spread of this novel virus.

Here's the official PSA COVID-19 policy statement, which was released today:

Pursuant to Executive Order N-33-20, issued on March 19, 2020 by the Governor of California, Collectors Universe's Orange County office has closed until further notice.

As a result, Professional Coin Grading Service (PCGS) and Professional Sports Authenticator (PSA) have temporarily ceased operations, effective immediately.

Customers are asked to not ship submissions to our California office until operations are reopened. If you have an inbound shipment to Collectors Universe, it will be received and securely stored at our facility.

It is evident to all that we are in uncharted territory. For now, the larger public good mandates this closure. We will share our reopen date once it is established by the state of California.

Thank you for your patience and understanding, and please stay healthy.
 
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