• Report: #808271

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  • Submitted: Mon, December 12, 2011
  • Updated: Sun, February 05, 2012

  • Reported By: Ex-Authenticator — Las Vegas Nevada United States of America
Ebay ID autographhistory
Long Beach, California United States of America

Ebay ID autographhistory http://autographhistory.blogspot.com Sell FAKE Angelina Jolie Brad Pitt autographs for outrageous high prices $$$ Make claims w/o any proofs whatsoever Long Beach, California

*Consumer Comment: Good Point

*General Comment: It's really become a problem

*Consumer Comment: What job would that be?

*Author of original report: Speak the truth!

*Consumer Comment: You speak of of Dignity Ex Authenticator: She who fights fiction with Fiction?

*Author of original report: Another disgruntled seller Steven Sturgis using a fictitious name trying to close the lid on the celebrity autograph fraud with his lies

*Consumer Comment: This report like serveral of the other reports from ex-authenticater are horribly false

*Author of original report: Exaggerate just a little too much...

*UPDATE Employee: Stupid

*Author of original report: Some reals some fakes PSA/DNA forgeries

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After reading his blog on how he got Jon Voight and provides plenty of pictures videos of the signing, he went on and on how later how he gotten Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt. WHERE IS THE PROOF? Nada, zip, zero, etc....not even a cell phone photo!!! Look to me, you trying to scam the public once again,buddy! Trust me, people like him and hundreds of others on ebay are a bunch of ripoff scammers out to get your hard earned money only. Report said 90% of the celebrities autographs on ebay are fake. A true fact I agree. For big names celebrities like Jolie and Pitt to sign multiple photos for you is so untrue. There a lot of other folks waiting for them to sign for them too. Maybe you know a secret we don't know. WHATEVER IT IS, YOU DIDN"T PROVIDE ANY PROOF SO DON"T MAKE THE CLAIM YOU DID AS YOU ALWAYS PROVIDED SOME KIND OF PROOF IN THE PAST BUT WHY NOT THIS TIME WITH STARS LIKE JOLIE AND PITT? That's the million dollar question inquiry minds want to know. [continued below]....
..... * Here's another trick of the trade tip  that scammers pull is reuse the same photo proof over and over to resell the same item even though they had sold it already in the past. Look at their feedbacks to check if they have sold same or similar item. Be very worry if they keep their feedbacks in private.*

Best advice I can give to you is to get your favorite celebrities yourself. Guarantee 100% all the time!

This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 12/12/2011 01:59 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Ebay-ID-autographhistory/Long-Beach-California-/Ebay-ID-autographhistory-httpautographhistoryblogspotcom-Sell-FAKE-Angelina-Jolie-Br-808271. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.

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#1 Consumer Comment

Good Point

AUTHOR: Steven - (U.S.A.)

    I'm really glad you brought that up because in a way I do agree with that in a way. I'm a collector myself and I still have yet to get screwed with a fake. The best thing to do is research the authenticator. In my search I have found over the years that there are several authentication companies that use some of the most lackluster approaches to authenticating stuff. One I found in particular was a company that can issue you a certificate of authenticity by simply scanning the autograph and emailing it to them. I have to say that its very pathetic in one of the worst ways possible. You might as well let your 5 year old neighbor do it for free and get his opinion.    

    The one that I would recommend in PSA authentication services. I specificly use them for my collection. In my my personal opinion their tactics cannot be matched. The examine stuff to the most minute detail including useing infared lasers to examine the signature itself. If you purchase an autograph from a seller who used another authentication service you can send it to PSA for their opinion but I wouldn't exactly use that method.

    I usually just purchase the autograph and then send it straight to PSA and so far I haven't been screwed but if I did get a fake I would seriously be pissed and rest assured get my money back. I beleive if anyone gets caught selling an item that's fake that the person be removed from any form of internet buisness but unfortunantly with the volume of fake stuff its pretty complicated. You just have to know ways to protect yourself by protecting your investment.
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#2 General Comment

It's really become a problem

AUTHOR: Mike P. - (United States of America)

The biggest problem in autograph hobby is the so-called authentication companies who supposedly examine signatures and
issue certificates of authenticity for forgeries.  Even if it comes with a certificate of authenticity chances are they're still fake. There are no good authentication companies in the market today that know what they're doing.  A lot of big money's being paid for forgeries by unsuspecting buyers.
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#3 Consumer Comment

What job would that be?

AUTHOR: Steven - (U.S.A.)

Once again i laid all of the facts that everyone can log on and check for themselves. I dont think that creating false reports about people is much of a life.......or a job lol. You have no facts or any proof that the people you're referring to have done anything wrong. Personally: if michael jordan signed an autograph for a little kid you would try to convince him that its fake. So what proof do you have that shows that the sellers you're referring as cons and criminals? Did they just fork over all of their personal info so you can do an exclusive criminal background check? You seem to have all the answers so lets see the proof? Oh thats right..........you don't have any ex-authenticator: she who fights fiction with fiction. What makes you tick? At some point were you a victim of the industry? Did u find out that your favorite autograph was a fake? You would have my total respect and probably every other readers respect if you would have typed up a single report warning consumers about the risks of the autograph industry and ways that they can protect themselves. But instead you're trying to acheive this goal by creating these false reports about random sellers. You'rea author of these articles and you are expected to provide accurate info and proof right????? Giving yourself the title of ex-authenticater and a report with no proof is not going to get a single soul to take anything you say seriously.
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#4 Author of original report

Speak the truth!

AUTHOR: Ex-Authenticator - (United States of America)

Give it a rest, retard steve! You spell like a kindergarten. Go back to school and get educated about Collecting 101. If you had bother to read any of my reports...I did do an article about third-party authentication services ( like PSA/DNA, JSA, GAI ). Wouldn't you want to know. We got cheaters on ebay who self-authenticated their own items and sell it to the public and feel  there's no problem with that. This problem exist since 1998 when a few rogue authenticators who decide to make more money passing the fakes and flooding the market. You definitely need to get a life and let me do my job!
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#5 Consumer Comment

You speak of of Dignity Ex Authenticator: She who fights fiction with Fiction?

AUTHOR: Steven - (U.S.A.)

That's halarious. You can allways tell when someone is lying when they accuse the fact finders of being associated with the very people that trying to make look bad. But you speak dignity? The reports that you're typing up on here are based on unfounded facts that you're making up. So here's a list FACTS.

#1 I know as a buyer that purchaseing an autograph from anyone on ebay or through any 3rd party that the risk of running into a fake is quite high. However that's why we as buyers allways go through 3rd party authentication services to verify the authenticity of the product.

#2 The 3 sellers that you refer to in 3 of your submitted reports (I will check for more and add them to the reports) ebay memeber: Skylinesignatures, 562drescollectables, and autographhistory do not have a single feedback complaint of anything being fake. Anyone can log on to ebay and veiw their feedback by typing their user name in the find member section through the advanced search.

#3 If any of these sellers sold something proven to be fake then they would be screwed. They can get hit with a lawsuit and be subjected to full penalty of law as anyone who commits fraud to prey on our (collectors) money.

#4 You can find several services on-line by simply typing in : autograph authentication services in your browser. You will find that there are many options to choose from. Some are pricey but this is a tool that protects consumers and the industry itself.

#5 Ripoffreport.com is specificly for people who have been ripped off aka loosing money to a theif. Since your report is based on paranoid conspiracy theories by attacking real people without a speck of evidence makes you look like one really sick undignified puppy.

#6 Everything I listed above can be verified as FACTS! NOT Fiction!


But one thing is for sure: you were not an authenticator. And get this: its intresting that you pretend to know everyones life story. I find that fasinatinating and you don't even use your first name in any of your reports so I understand by calling yourself ex authenticator makes you feel all warm and fuzzy inside and also important but I hate to break it to you if you are searching for attention this is not a constructive way to do it. Read a book, find a soul mate, ect.

But what is your deal? Are you really that bitter towards the world that you have to make yourself feel important by attacking people you have never met? Or are you one of those people who claime to be phycic and know everything about everyone miss ex-authenticator: she who fights fiction with fiction.

Quit taking up space on this forum and leave it to the real ripp off reports. Go start your own gossip collume and take your shabbyness some where else.
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#6 Author of original report

Another disgruntled seller Steven Sturgis using a fictitious name trying to close the lid on the celebrity autograph fraud with his lies

AUTHOR: Ex-Authenticator - (United States of America)

To Mr. Sturgis - I know what you're doing and it's not going to work. You think you can conceal your identity through a false name and go on here and making an ass of yourself trying to protect these con men on ebay. You think I don''t realize that. Look like the bad guy around here is you and your cronies.  Quit it while you still have some dignity left.
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#7 Consumer Comment

This report like serveral of the other reports from ex-authenticater are horribly false

AUTHOR: Steven - (U.S.A.)

This is actually becoming more and more intresting as I read through most of these reports. I'm pretty convinced that the so called ex-authenticater does not know nearly enough about the autograph industry and its pretty funny.I'm actually a former autograph collector. I've been lucky enough to get some myself but I have also purchased several and by all means they are not cheap. Yes the autograph industry is riddled with phoneys and fakes but the authentication companies are there to protect not only the consumer but the industry itself. If you purchase an autograph picture of Tom Cruise and you send it in after the purchase is made to get authenticated and its reported that you were sold a fake a whole world of hurt will come down on any seller that sells them. All you have to do is file a complaint through Ebay and Paypal and provide the proof and its simple as that and thats not all. Those documents will hold up in any court of law. Fraud is a crime and thats a fact.

But of course none of that is mentioned here in these reports. There's no ripoff in this case. Imagine that: no ripoff in a report that posted on ripoffreport.com

If you notice in all of the reports each story just sort of developes and gets worse and worse. These sellers apparently have criminal records but strangely there's never any names mentioned and some how random sellers are singled out on ebay and a ficticous story gets thrown in with the mix.

I'm trying not to laugh as I type this but honestly authenticaters are very trustworthy and prestigeous people who help defend the industry. Through all of that cussing and swearing I think its a dead giveaway that you're the fake. You have no proof of anything and you are wasteing too much space in database thats reserved for people who actually were ripped off.

 Imagine that. You can describe yourself as this- Ex-authenticater: He who fights fiction with Fiction. Right? You should find more constructive ways to get attention...............not like this though.

 But to the seller that this report was brought up against try not to take offense when you see stuff like this because generally people who are sadisticly jealous that you have met all these stars will usually react in this manner........some violently. I can't speak for the ex-authenticater: he who fights fiction with fiction in regaurds to how he feels but theres probably a serious wet dream involved with that one.

As for you: Ex-authenticator: he who fights fiction with fiction................I will be commenting on all of your reports just to prove a point that you shouldn't make up stories about people without proof and without any cause. You need to find a woman to kill some time because this isn't the place.
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#8 Author of original report

Exaggerate just a little too much...

AUTHOR: Ex-Authenticator - (United States of America)

To Mr. Big BALD Head,

It's no secret you're trying to deceit the consumers. Clearly in the video, Brad Pitt sign the magazine for you. You claim he sign 3 items for you...who is the liar now, buddy? I rest my case.
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#9 UPDATE Employee

Stupid

AUTHOR: B. D. - (United States of America)

Maybe if you were are real "ex-athenticator", you would have known better. It is what it is. Nothing wrong here. You are the scammer for posting this on here. I am perfectly legitimit.

Sincerenly,
autographhistory
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#10 Author of original report

Some reals some fakes PSA/DNA forgeries

AUTHOR: Ex-Authenticator - (United States of America)

Congratulation, autographhistory for proving us that you are a piece of shit. So you embed a TMZ video signing your Sport Illustrated Brad Pitt cover magazine then jack up the price from $250 to $750. But do tell me and rest of the people in the world, did Brad really sign the other two photos or it's just all talk so we can believe you? Show some proof will ya! Everybody knows you can forge autograph perfectly by looking up online by the star names and get it pass through PSA/DNA anytime without any problem. Just a third party company in the biz of making money and letting forgery signatures going into circulation into the masses for the general public to buy from so keep the scam going. Next time, tell Brad Pitt you sold the magazine he sign for you who he thought was a fan but just a greedy old bald geezer out to make a buck on his name.
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