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Logan Paul Spent $3.5 Million On Flawed Pokemon Cards

In the occasion you delight in ever felt substandard about making a daunting investment, rest assured it couldn’t maybe be as horrifying as the one Logan Paul only in the near past made. Much less than a month after the YouTuber-turned-boxer made headlines for getting the “finest known sealed field of first-edition nasty space Pokemon playing cards” for a staggering $3.5 million, Paul has printed he was scammed.

Following speculation online referring to the authenticity of the playing cards, Paul determined to film an unboxing video for his channel, animated a considerable buying and selling card authenticator to inspire him in verifying the validity of the playing cards. No matter the authenticator assuring Paul the containers seemed indubitably official succor when he first came into contact with them closing March, the pair–alongside side about a of Paul’s chums–opened a field to show screen a lot of cases of wrapped Pokemon card packs that had obviously been tampered with.

Spirits at an all time low, the neighborhood then determined to birth up a field, after which it was printed the contents had been now not Pokemon playing cards at all, however rather piles of GI Joe buying and selling playing cards stuffed into Pokemon-themed containers.

“Oh my god, bro.” Paul yelled, pushing himself out of his seat as the video’s backing observe swelled dramatically. “GI Joe? GI Joe? GI Joe? It might maybe maybe maybe perhaps well had been the rest!”

“We all got duped.” The authenticator replied nervously. “Agreed?”

Earlier in the video, Paul assured his fans the man he bought the playing cards from–Matt–was now a terminate friend, and would absolutely refund Paul if the playing cards had been unfounded. Matt was one in every of the chums with Paul at the unboxing and expressed his sympathy and shock for Paul, although the pair did now not discuss if he might maybe perhaps well be refunded or in the occasion that they had been going to take any steps in direction of prosecuting the distinctive seller.

Paul ended the video by expressing how disheartened he was by the synthetic, declaring he was unhappy for the Pokemon buying and selling card neighborhood as complete for having to handle scams an a lot like this one usually, however worthy more appreciative of the authentic playing cards he did delight in. The video then frail, moderately cheekily, into the GI Joe theme tune.

GameSpot might maybe perhaps well salvage a fee from retail provides.

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