Report: #819798

Complaint Review: Ebay seller ID: mvpmarketingmanagement

  • Submitted: Sun, January 08, 2012
  • Updated: Sun, January 08, 2012
  • Reported By: Ex-Authenticator — Las Vegas Nevada United States of America
  • Ebay seller ID: mvpmarketingmanagement
    10137 Hoop Court Port Richey, FL 34668
    ???, Florida
    United States of America

Ebay seller ID: mvpmarketingmanagement FRAUD ALERT!!! 2011World Series MVP David Freese Signed 2011 World Series Baseball is a FAKE! Bad Forgery. READ more to find out why... ???, Florida

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In an event where there is a big story in the news someone will try to capitalize it. Our ebay seller MVP Marketing & Management LLC ( ID: mvpmarketingmanagement ) is selling a David Freese Signed 2011 World Series Baseball. I have no reason why they would laser engrave ( look like they stamp with a stamp pad ) his World Series stats on the ball. Not the first time I seen this happen other than to commit fraud. Cmon, you gonna tell me this is a Limited Edition ball of only 23 exist in the world? The seller isn't an employee of MLB Baseball. Anyway, let's get to the good part.

I was able to obtain a photo from a reliable source with the real David Freese autograph. Did a side-by-side comparison with the seller photo of his Freese's ball. The autograph is not a match. Way too many flaws about the seller's ball. The letter "d" on the end of his first name is too large. The "e" on the end of last name is way too short. [continued below]....
..... Freese like to extend his "e" a little longer. I include both photos for the public to see at the bottom. If only they had any proof that Freese sign those 23 balls for MVP. Nowhatsoever. As I imagine with these scammers.

So there you have it! Another crook exposed. This problem is widespread on ebay. Where are you ebay? No oversight what these bad criminals put up on ebay. Money is the motive. No way to explain it. Just GREED. So once I found an item that is fake then the rest of the other stuffs you can figure out whether it was forge as well. Here is the seller ebay store  and Facebook page
This seller got about 25-30 Albert Pujols balls for sale ranging from $399-$599. Outrageous. Again no photo in which he sign for MVP. Trust me,  they're all fake!
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