Vintage Authentics Owner Pleads Guilty to Selling Fake Jerseys

Vintage Authentics owner Steve Jensen faces sentencing this spring as federal prosecutors continue to prosecute dealers of phony jerseys.

Northern NY Mail Carrier Pleads Guilty; Victimized Collector ‘Frustrated’

It wasn’t an chronic situation, but one eastern mail carrier wound up in big trouble while one of his victims seems to have been left holding the bag.

Editor’s Blog: Guilty Plea; House of Cards; Shop Opening Advice

A follow up on the story of the health care company worker accused of stealing big bucks from her employer and buying a lot of cards; buy my house and you can have my cards and some tips for shop owner wannabes.

SoCal Businessman Pleads Guilty to Tax Fraud

A former card show promoter and the owner of Sports Treasures, a chain of retail outlets in the LA area, failed to report over $3 million in income according to the U.S. government.

Ornstein Sold Fake Jerseys to Auction House, Card Company

Marketing agent Mike Ornstein acquired fresh-from-the-maker jerseys and sold them to a card company and at least one auction house as game worn.

Tennessee Doc Guilty; His Baseball Cards May Be Set Free

A Tennessee doctor convicted of illegal distribution of prescription drugs may have his collection of old baseball cards confiscated by the government and put up for auction.