A High Ridge man has been indicted on fraud charges for allegedly selling fake goods on eBay. Jeremy Marshall faces two counts of wire fraud and two counts of mail fraud. He’s accused of printing his own versions of certificates to eat at Applebee’s restaurants, then selling them on eBay. According to the indictment,Marshall “created counterfeit certificates that appeared almost exactly like legitimate Applebee’s certificates.” He’s alleged to have offered the books of certificates – each book with a face value of 400-dollars – at a discount, selling them to the highest bidder on the Internet auction site. The indictment says Marshall sold “approximately 111-thousand dollars worth of counterfeit Applebee’s certificates” through eBay.
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