Be careful who you break with! DnT Sports Collectibles owner Dustin Cabaniss Clay tried some sleight of hand during a recent 2016 Panini Honors Football break.
Collectors caught on quick and Clay was lit up across message boards, Twitter, and Facebook.
Do not do business with DnT Breaks. Clearly switched a big pull and kept it for himself. Not the 1rst time either. https://t.co/pxJbFl8PsC
— The Loot Locker (@thelootlocker) May 6, 2017
DnT Sports did admit to swapping out a card, but is he still lying? Most believe there was another card he stole and not the Ezekiel Elliott (EZE) autograph he claims. See if you can figure out for yourself!
His come to Jesus Facebook post.
DnT Sports did not have a website and broke cards via a private Facebook group that was deleted after drama broke out. One of his eBay accounts, dnt-sports-collectables, has sold break spots as recently as March 2017.
A dose of reality for Clay could of been when members of the Blowout Sports Cards forum posted his alleged wife’s picture online. Ouch! Even I’m not that messed up.
Brandin Cooks #/99!
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It has been verified that the card was the original Tom Brady rookie card. This now makes sense why he gave everything up to scam the people in his break.
Has anyone figured out what it was? It had to be one of the Brady’s. No one does that type of shit for a Zeke auto.
Brandin Cooks numbered to 99!!!
Probably was a 1/1 something or other not the Zeke he claimed.
Corrected. Thanks for the heads up.