Report: #1498647

Complaint Review: Chris Lazarczyk d/b/a nomarfanforlife eBay - Milwaukee Wisconsin

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  • Chris Lazarczyk d/b/a nomarfanforlife eBay Milwaukee, Wisconsin United States

Chris Lazarczyk d/b/a nomarfanforlife eBay He sold fake autographs to buyers online Milwaukee Wisconsin

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Chris Lazarczyk from , is an autograph forger under the username nomarfanforlife on eBay. He sold a fake NBA All-Star Chris Paul autograph for $3 bucks. No dealers will list a hard to get name like Chris Paul that low and the countless athletes he sold below current values. Another red flag the seller offer his own of certificate of Authenticity.

Consumers need to educate themselves how volatile the autograph business is due to history of massive fraud in the industry. Autograph forgeries are at an all time worst since FBI investigation in 1999 during Operation Bullpen.


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