As long as their has been memorabilia, especially sports memorabilia, there have been attempts to sell fraudulent items. As we all know, eBay has made it easier for frauds to pass off their fake goods as the real deal, so it is even more important for a potential buyer to do their research to make sure they are going to get what they bit on. But you know, sometimes a fraudulent seller should do some research themselves. Take the picture at right for example, a very nice photograph of Michael Schumacher and David Coulthard which has been autographed by the late Formula One legend, Ayrton Senna. Except, the photograph is circa 1997…Ayrton Senna died in 1994. Something doesn't add up here.
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