Packers stock sale features glitches, typos

The Packers are getting some heat for their $525 bogus stock certificates. The Green Bay Press-Gazette says a few hundred of the fake ownership documents were mailed after Christmas -- when the team guaranteed delivery before December 25. Not only that, but at least one certificate had a major typo.
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The Packers are getting some heat for their $525 bogus stock certificates. The Green Bay Press-Gazette says a few hundred of the fake ownership documents were mailed after Christmas -- when the team guaranteed delivery before December 25. Not only that, but at least one certificate had a major typo.

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