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Greenville man pleads to trafficking $4M in counterfeit NFL memorabilia online

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The United States Attorney's Office said a Greenville man pleaded guilty to making millions of dollars from counterfeit NFL memorabilia sold online.

Joshua Korb, 38, was arrested after 2,911 pieces of NFL memorabilia were seized from his home, including fake jerseys and forged signatures on footballs, jerseys and posters. Investigators said they also seized counterfeit authenticity seals.

Korb was operating a eBay store called Steel-Town Memorabilia where he trafficked an estimated $4 million in the counterfeit goods. The store was created in 2006.

He pleaded guilty to trafficking in counterfeit goods and is awaiting sentencing.

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