A man calling himself “John Doe” has told journalists he is the “king of scammers” who are using a website called Profit Maximizer to sell fake football jerseys for more than $15,000.
He said he was selling football shirts for $1,500 to $5,000 for the purpose of raising money for charity.
A man calling itself “John,” has told reporters he is selling football jerseys to raise money for a charity.
According to the website’s disclaimer, the purpose is “to raise money to benefit people in need and to give back to the community”.
John Doe said he had been running the site for several years and had recently received more than a dozen calls from people wanting to buy the shirts.
He said the shirts he sold were in the process of being auctioned off and said he would keep working to raise more funds.
“I would say that they are very good quality and they are definitely worth more than what I am selling them for,” he said.
“People say I am making a lot of money off them.
But if you look at my sales I am raising money, which is good, but I am also selling them at a profit because I am able to sell them for a lot less than what they are worth.”
This site is not a scam.
It is a legitimate website that is doing good.
“In September, a New York City charity announced that it was auctioning off the shirts of former New York Giants quarterback Troy Aikman, who was arrested in December for allegedly using them for illegal drugs.