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I don't think this is real. 

Since I try to do this on my phone I’m not sure if everyone can see what I wrote.

This is a reputable company.  
they provide items to for instance John Smoltz children’s healthcare of Atlanta golf tournament and auction that I participated in

I spoke with the new owner of the company that provided this for the auction a few years ago.   Before spending what I assume is hundreds of thousands of dollars to buy the business he had multiple people in the business look at the autographs especially the Jordans Kobe’s etc. and he was told they are authentic.  Since they provide these to fundraising auctions he said if they were to have them appraised by JSA their value would be too high for the auctions to afford them.   Can you tell me why you don’t think it’s real?

would you spend $100 with JSA?

This is fake 

http://www.allstarenterprises.biz/example-memorabilia--2/basketball...

justin this link I sent you shows you a few of the other Jordan pieces the same company has.  They all look fake?

Yes the Jordan’s look fake.  Can’t opine on the others.  They don’t look good, but even if they did it would be extremely difficult to compile that many non UDA legit Jordan’s and they should be sent to a TPA if they are legit and looking to sell as the value goes up by a lot more than the $100 Fee

Not authentic IMO

Loren,

I just looked at their entertainment autograph page and every one I saw was an obvious forgery. The vast majority of autographs sold through charity auctions are fake. There are good companies, but very few.

http://www.allstarenterprises.biz/example-memorabilia--2/entertainm...

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