Check out the below poorly-executed and obvious Joe DiMaggio forgery that recently sold on EBay.
The below putrid-looking Joe DiMaggio forgery on a baseball was listed and sold by Ebay seller Andrew5667 for $158.59.
This is why sellers of forgeries list their crap on EBay; they know the suckers and wannabe autograph collectors will purchase their garbage.
How many millions of dollars has Ebay profited from the sales of ugly forgeries like this one during the past twenty years?
Ebay seller Andrew5667 sold his Joe DiMaggio forgery with a Scoreboard COA.
This is not a Scoreboard product!!!
One of the biggest scams the last five years is for sellers of forgeries to use a Scoreboard COA to list and sell their forgeries.
This scam is directed at the wannabe autograph collectors who fall this scam.
man that is fugly
Terrier, that's worse than "fugly."
I hope the wannabe autograph collector who purchased that garbage, submits it to PSA or JSA.
Imagine spending $158.00 on crap like that!!!
But, it happens every day on Ebay.