Ebay Seller Justw_37 Sells Forged Derek Jeter 1996 Leaf Signature Extended

Immediately below are links to previous threads on Ebay seller Justw_37.




Check out the below forged Derek Jeter "1996 Leaf Extended Signature" card.

Ebay seller Justw_37 has been observed selling dozens of forgeries and numerous forged/counterfeit cards.

How does a Derek Jeter forgery find its way on  "1996 Leaf Extended Signature" card.

I'll investigate that for the future.

One thing is for certain; the below is a forged Derek Jeter card.

The below forged Derek Jeter sold for $333.00.

Does the buyer of this garbage really think they got an authentic Derek Jeter "1996 Leaf Signature" card for $3330.00.

Delusional buyer.


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Comment by BC on January 12, 2020 at 3:35pm

Interesting. The foil stamp in the upper left, doesn't look stamped. The D in his name on the printed on the card in the lower left is too close to the border. The pixelated background is the easy spot that the card is a fake. . It almost appears to be sitting on top of the card. As for the forgery, I could see how someone inexperienced with his signature would buy it. It is certainly better than other attempts.

Christopher, I noticed in the sold section the other day for "derek jeter autographed" several suspicious jersey numbers. They all sold pretty cheap.

Fake on the left, real on right. Notice the D in the lower left corner.

Comment by Christopher Williams on January 12, 2020 at 3:38pm

Nice work again, BC!!!

I haven't had a chance to look closely.

You confirmed (like you did the Jeter 1995 UD counterfeit card) that it's a counterfeit.

BTW, the buyer of that card flipped it today for $485.00.

See below.


Comment by BC on January 12, 2020 at 3:55pm

These cards will be a problem. The forged sigs will fool many.

Comment by Steve Cyrkin Community Mgr. on January 12, 2020 at 3:59pm


Could the D & S be closer to the edge because it's an off-center genuine card?  I don't know if the real ones can be off-center like earlier cards.

Comment by Christopher Williams on January 12, 2020 at 4:08pm

All of the autographs on all of the forged/counterfeit cards fool those who don't know autographs because they buy the COA on the card and not the autograph.

Steve, check out my below blog.  Read the bottom of it about the blank "bankruptcy" cards.

Those are being old by the same people who sell the forged counterfeit cards.


Comment by Steve Cyrkin Community Mgr. on January 12, 2020 at 4:17pm

I don't doubt that the autograph is forged, and the cards are likely counterfeit since they're pre-signed only, and the forged one looks pixelated like BC said.

I'm just asking if being off-center is a telltale sign. 

Comment by Christopher Williams on January 12, 2020 at 4:46pm

Below you can observe the "D" on the two cards.  The one on the left is the original and the one on the right the counterfeit.

Click your mouse on the below image to get a closer view.

Comment by BC on January 12, 2020 at 5:00pm

Steve, the Leaf Signature cards were cut very well. I don't think I've seen any off center examples.

Comment by Christopher Williams on January 12, 2020 at 5:37pm

I agree with BC.

I'm sure we'll be seeing more of these on EBay, although I have observed that as soon as a particular forged/counterfeit card is exposed here, the primary sellers of them stop and they start over with a new forged/counterfeit card.


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