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Old 05-19-2017, 10:42 AM
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Default Fake jeters for sale cheap eBay seller s-farbsales(3)

s-farbsales(3)... eBay seller selling fake jeter balls.... what can possibly be done from stopping this? I see a lot of hate on californias new law, but I think they have a starting block to begin with, obviously it helps psa/jsa... hopefully it works out for the best and the crooks begin to pay for there actions
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Old 05-19-2017, 05:19 PM
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Default Ebay seller Slayjade1997-2 Selling Signed Forged Derek Jeter Baseballs

I posted a thread on that scammer.



http://live.autographmagazine.com/fo...-derek-jeter-b



Below is his other Ebay ID.



http://live.autographmagazine.com/fo...rek-jeter-base



http://live.autographmagazine.com/fo...ron-judge-base

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Old 05-19-2017, 05:54 PM
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Chris, and anyone who might know... from a legal stand point there has to be a way to finally go after these guys, even eBay... may be a dumb thought but can you trademark or copyright someone's own signature? eBay makes money off all the forgeries and aren't Interested in authencity. Maybe a class action suit? They obviously get emails and tips about fake stuff, yet nothing is about it.
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Old 05-19-2017, 07:58 PM
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Chris, and anyone who might know... from a legal stand point there has to be a way to finally go after these guys, even eBay... may be a dumb thought but can you trademark or copyright someone's own signature? eBay makes money off all the forgeries and aren't Interested in authencity. Maybe a class action suit? They obviously get emails and tips about fake stuff, yet nothing is about it.
Very few people actually care.
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Chris, and anyone who might know... from a legal stand point there has to be a way to finally go after these guys, even eBay... may be a dumb thought but can you trademark or copyright someone's own signature? eBay makes money off all the forgeries and aren't Interested in authencity. Maybe a class action suit? They obviously get emails and tips about fake stuff, yet nothing is about it.
In the past they actually seemed to care.
But my guess is that someone high up in corporate decided that trying to keep forgeries off ebay was costing them money. So they disbanded the authentication team (which consisted solely of volunteers) and let John Gonzalez go (he was vigorous in his actions to try to remove thieves from ebay). That ended the pretense of caring and now ebay is probably worse than it ever has been in allowing bogus autographs on the site.
And a class action suit, not a new idea, would probably not get anywhere. Ebay just claims they are not responsible for what goes on the site.
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So there needs to be a law that would make the seller (eBay) responsible. I know you guys are not fans of the California law, but it seems like it's a start...
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