THE SCAM CONTINUES
Another very BAD FAKE Tasmanian 1853 1d Blue from the Greek Forger under his old alias "stampcentre".
ebay item number: 114026796951
start: 22 Dec 2019
closes: 29 Dec 2019 20:48:29 AEDST
description: 1855 Tasmania 1d Blue Courier nicely used fault free
Real description: Tasmania 1d Blue FAKE printed on home computer!
starting price: $45
Link: https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/1855-Tasmania-1d-Blue-Courier-ni ... 4026796951
COMPLETELY FAKE STAMP OFFERED ON EBAY BY FORGER
As everyone using Ebay should know, these are cranked out on The Greek Forger's home inkjet computer yesterday - not in 1853 or 1855 but 2019!
The Greek Forger must be ** desperate for money
** for Christmas!
This item is Worthless! It is not even a real stamp!
You can see his handiwork here - printed on a home computer. Fake "60" numeral cancellation, which has tell-tale signs of fakery, easily spotted. Fake modern paper. Grime rubbed on the back to give it some age. Hinge added to the back to make it look like it came out of an old album! Four large margins as that gets him good prices. Quite a dangerous forgery
for new collectors who have not seen an original.
The rampant Greek Forger lives Sydney, NSW as we all know.
He constantly flips between his many, many ebay accounts, trying not to get caught like some mad Greek tap-dancer. Right now he is offering his fakes on two different accounts simultaneously: stampcentre
These Tasmanian imperf forgeries sadly can sell for hundreds of dollars $$ to those unware. This is the third one of these fake 1d Blues he has offered this week! Do not bid, they are worthless.
You will never
, repeat never
, be able to sell these fakes to a real dealer or auction. If you are the unlucky buyer, ask for a refund through Paypal. If you are a current vidder, cancel your bid.
Report stampcentre to Ebay using the "Report Item" button!