Michael Jordan’s Fleer Rookie card has been on a mind-bending, stratospheric price increase over the past few years. A PSA 10 Jordan rookie card just sold for over $200K back in December of last year.
Like anything else with dollars behind it, the scammers have come out in full force trying to peddle fakes for thousands of dollars to unwitting buyers. We’ve tried our best to educate collectors (here, here and here), but I keep hearing about swindles all the time.
While Jordan’s #57 Fleer rookie card has seen a monstrous rise in price, his sticker from the same set (#8 of 11) has also garnered a ton of collector demand, driving up its price by XX over the past year on average.
While scammers have focused on Jordan’s base card from the Fleer set, there are definitely fake Jordan sticker cards in circulation.
This guide will helpfully help you avoid buying a fake Jordan Fleer rookie sticker card.
PS – If this guide or any of other articles have helped you in getting scammed, please let us know in the comments below.
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