Report: #1350308

Complaint Review: ebay seller bmrtrans56 drecrege0 mcardinals1 jillianss02

  • Submitted: Mon, January 16, 2017
  • Updated: Mon, January 16, 2017
  • Reported By: clemsontigersfan — Georgia USA
  • ebay seller bmrtrans56 drecrege0 mcardinals1 jillianss02

    Internet
    USA

ebay seller bmrtrans56 drecrege0 mcardinals1 jillianss02 these sellers sell fake team signed Clemson Tigers football, jersey, helmet Internet

*Consumer Comment: Yea this dude is a joke

*Consumer Comment: This author is a joke

*Consumer Comment: Correction

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Clemson Tigers just won the College Football National Championship. Watch out for team signed helmet, football, jersey on ebay especially from these seller bmrtrans56 drecrege0 mcardinals1 jillianss02 . College football players were told beginning of the year to not sign multiple items for dealers or take bride money to sign for them. To add their name on the memorabilia so they can't sell. This one have multiple items. All fakes no proofs.

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#1 Consumer Comment

Yea this dude is a joke

AUTHOR: Jmonkey - (USA)

 Sold him a Dunkin' Donuts gift card online. He wanted email delivery, which I did (shame on me). Then he used the card, and filed through ebay that he never received it... so I had no recourse and ebay refunded it. Tried to contact him, nothing. Although I did have his address from the PayPal, easy county pva search and reviewed his name, and that made for an easy Facebook find. Just saying.... watch out! All, this was for a $10 gift card....

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#2 Consumer Comment

This author is a joke

AUTHOR: Steven - (USA)

 Yeah this guy doesn't know what he is talking about. To be honest I think he is a failed autograph dealer ghat went bankrupt or has a criminal history himself in the dealings and wants to take as many people down with him to make himself feel better. But that is a nice piece in the photograph. Those signatures are pretty smooth and the colors are fresh. I would buy it myself but I'm not that much into college football.

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#3 Consumer Comment

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AUTHOR: Sharon - (USA)

 My daughter helps the cheer squad of this college and I do want to point out something. In the wake of their victory there have been several autograph signings of products such as footballs, helmets, jerseys, ect that were autographed by the team or specific players. These items were then donated and auctioned off to benefit charities. The proceeds were donated to these charities and was presented to the general public for auction so I imagine from there some of the winners place online adds to turn a profit for themselves where lone and behold.......it ends up on ebay. Because these items were for charity 99.9% of them time there are no certificate of authenticity but I will say after veiwing this pic its a carbon copy of what was sold. Looks good to me. I'd take it if I had the money :)

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