Online Auction Fraudsters Peddling Fake WW2 German Relics on ebay
Having exposed online fraud for thirteen years now, I decided it’s time to address the issue of rampant fraud on ebay.
You will find within this site, hundreds of items listed on ebay and other auction sites that are 100% fraudulent and have zero historical value. Thousands of dollars are spent daily to support this ongoing scam and it has seriously damaged the legitimate dealers of WW2 memorabilia.
And of course, as always, I have plenty of examples for your perusal of the never-ending Nigerian scam emails that continue to plague unsuspecting victims.
The menu on the left will guide you through the best of internet fraud, or click on the passbook on your right to go straight to the eBay fraud page. If you've been a victim, please tell your story on our message board.
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Oldtownch is ebays Most Prolific Seller of Fake Nazi Relics
UPDATE: Oldtownch has ceased selling on eBay for now
Most Prolific Seller of Fake Nazi Watches in US
Enjoy Video Explaining the Fraudulent ID's on eBay
Same Photo's Used on Different ID's With Different Names and DOB's
Klaus Hirch Became Wolf Matzke
Otto becomes Josef
Another Officer Name Change
Major Dealer in Fake Nazi ID's - gerrhembr_0
Signed by Heinrich Himmler Himself!
And yet another name change
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Same ID offered by c_b_k_205
Mass Produced Fakes
More Fake's Sold by gerrhembr_0
Fake Luftwaffe ID
Tons of Fake Nazi Watches
Since 2005 I’ve written many articles on various websites trying to bring attention to what’s commonly known as the Nigerian 419 scam. We have all gotten this junk email telling us of the wealth that's soon to come our way via a lottery, a dead relative, or some poor bastard trying to flee a small country with millions he’s willing to share with you.
There is also the sweetheart scam that convinces some shmuck that an overseas beauty is madly in love with him, she just needs a little bit of financial help for them to be together.
You will find hundreds of such emails on this site, many are funny, some are sad. You will also find example of the hundreds of money orders and cashier’s checks I’ve received from scammers asking me to deposit them into my account and wire 90% of the money to them, while keeping the profit for myself. Obviously the checks are as fake as Ben Afflecks hair.