Mizkif Reveals That He Lost $150,000 In Pokemon Cards Scam

Mizkif is one of the most popular streamers on the planet. He is well-known for his streams that are engaging, filled with enthusiasm, and binge-watch worthy.

The streamer recently revealed his personal experience of losing $150,000 to a Pokemon card scam. Recently, famous YouTuber Logan Paul spent $3.5 million on supposedly rare 1st edition Pokemon Cards. However, those cards turned out to be fake and Logan Paul was duped off of $3.5 million.

Mizkif’s Story

After watching Logan Paul’s video in which he reveals that he was scammed, Mizkif went on to share his personal story of Pokemon Cards scam. The streamer is an avid collector of Pokemon cards, like many other influencers. He said that once he got into contact with a person from Hawaii who claimed to have PSA 10 cards. If you’re not aware what PSA 10 is, these are the highest graded Pokemon Cards in existence.

“A little birdy from Hawaii once told me, that my cards were all PSA 10s,” Miz explained regarding his card grading.

“Like the dumb b**ch I am, I believed in that man”, Mizkif continued. This was the beginning of badluck for the streamer because he eventually purchased those cards from the Hawaiii man.

“Either it must have went through USPS post office, and they threw my box round the whole time and played catch…or the cards themselves were never 10s,” Miz claimed in desperation. “I lost a solid $150,000 in Pokemon cards, on boxing. Because I believed they were 10s, but in reality, they were all 9s and 8s.”

Logan Paul Also Lost $3.5 Million On Fake Pokemons

Mizkif also said that he “didn’t bother to send them in” after been “scammed so hard” originally.

In the Logan Paul video, Logan quickly noticed the Pokemon boxes when they opened the case and says: “Why are they bending like that? What’s inside of them?”

He then adds: “It’s fake, bro”.

Inside the case were G.I. Joe Cards, to Logan’s misfortune.

What do you think about Pokemon card scams going so mainstream? Tell us your thoughts in the comments.

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