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Logan Paul Confirms His $3.5 Million Pokemon Cards Turned Out To Be FAKE

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Logan Paul, one of the biggest social media influencers and Pokemon enthusiasts on the planet has been duped off $3.5 million.

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The social media star recently spent $3.5 million on ‘supposedly’ rare first edition Pokemon base cards set.

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Taking to his official Twitter handle on 20th December, he wrote “Just dropped $3,500,000 on this sealed & authenticated box of 1st Edition Pokémon cards.”

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However, soon after Logan Paul announced his new and expensive Pokemon investment to the world, he started receiving messages about the possibility that his cards are fake.

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In the latest video that Logan Paul uploaded on his YouTube channel, he revealed that his $3.5 million purchase of the 1st edition Pokemon card was fraudulent.

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

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He then adds: “It’s fake, bro”. Inside the case were G.I. Joe Cards, to Logan’s misfortune.

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“I’m a super-positive person, bro, and I’m always the one to look on the bright side, and I’m trying, but this is so hard.

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Logan Paul Becomes Victim Of Pokemon Fraud Losing $3.5 Million On Fake Cards