Report: #1499832

Complaint Review: kryptocookies - Fort Myers Florida

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  • kryptocookies Fort Myers, Florida United States

kryptocookies eBay seller is an autograph forger who steals images from other ppl to sell his fake autographs BUYERS BEWARE Fort Myers Florida

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This eBay seller kryptocookies from Fort Myers, Florida is an autograph forger who has been fake autographs to unsuspected buyer since 2014. Nothing I have seen is real. Everything this seller sold are FAKE. Autographs from A-List celebrities being peddled off on eBay with images of celebrities signing autographs that are not their but used as their own from images from other people they founded on the web. Problem is, I can tell that those images are from New York, Los Angeles, or UK not in FL. The autographs are quite awful. This forger has no talent. Stop scamming people and get a job.

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