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Ebay Seller Jerrsmith07 Forged Signed Donald Trump Book COA NOT PSA Please Read!!!

Check out the below crap listed by Ebay seller Jerrsmith07.

First, a forged Donald Trump signed book.

Check out this crap.

I hope PSA did not authenticate this garbage!!!

You'll observe in all of their auctions, how they photographed everything intentionally under bad lighting.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/Donald-Trump-Signed-Crippled-America-Book-PSA-DNA-Sticker-and-COA/293409395753?hash=item4450901429:g:NlQAAOSw5j9eEfjn

Forged Donald Trump baseball.

PSA did not cert this crap!!!

Forged Tiger Woods baseball listed by Ebay seller Jerrsmith07.

PSA DID NOT authenticate this piece of crap!!!

https://www.ebay.com/itm/Tiger-Woods-Signed-Baseball-Autographed-Go...

Forged Aaron Judge baseball.

Beckett did not authenticate this crap!!!

https://www.ebay.com/itm/Aaron-Judge-Single-Signed-Baseball-Autogra...

The above are just some of the forged items listed by Ebay seller Jerrsmith07.

This once again proves how easy it is to sell forgeries on Ebay.

The people bidding on this crap are bidding on the so-called "COA."

The above COAs did not belong to the forged items listed with them.

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Comment by James on January 8, 2020 at 2:50am

Wow, these are terrible!!  Both Trumps are ridiculous.  And the Tiger Woods looks like it was signed by someone in the local nursing home!  And yet there are 42 bids.  You’re exactly right.  These bidders are bidding because of the COA alone...which is likely fake.  At least I hope the COAs are fake or else PSA really needs help!

Comment by Christopher Williams on January 8, 2020 at 12:44pm

I really hope that PSA did not cert that crap!!!

I really don't think they did.

Comment by Steve Zarelli on January 8, 2020 at 1:58pm

These are certainly fake PSA certs and stickers. The Tiger Woods would have to be a full letter... it would not be a small card COA.

Comment by Rich on January 8, 2020 at 2:02pm

Why do the photos all look like they were taken in a tent in his backyard?

Comment by Christopher Williams on January 8, 2020 at 2:04pm

I believe that was intentional, Rich.

It does look like the photos were taken "in a tent in their back year."

Comment by Steve Zarelli on January 8, 2020 at 2:06pm

Because the certs are probably copies or prints on light weight paper. Not real cardstock. Labels may be just regular stickers. Poor photos help camouflage the knock off certs and stickers.

Comment by Mike P on January 9, 2020 at 3:54pm

wow they forge stickers and certs nowadays too? good thing i switched to numismatics for a few years lol!

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