Logan Paul opened a deck of Pokemon cards, which he purchased for $3.5 million in December. The investigation by the brand community turned out to be accurate: a YouTuber and a boxer spent a fortune on a set, which is fake. Cards from a different location were put into the packs.
Earlier this month, we looked into the Logan Paul case — Youtuber boasted of buying the ‘world’s only’ deck of first generation Pokemon cardsWhich caused a lot of controversy. Pokémon Trading Card Game fans analyzed the trading conditions, asking price, auction interest among other collectors, and the stickers on the carton, and concluded that it was a huge scam, and that the deck is most likely not real.
The purchase gained so much publicity that Logan Paul decided to confront the allegations with reality and traveled to Chicago to check on an employee of BBCE, the authentication company that would confirm all claims made by the community. During the latest materials, the creator talks about the collection, and also introduces the person from whom he bought the unique item – the collector won a box for $ 2.7 million.
When buying a set, Paul hoped to get more money, so at first he did not open a tightly packed chest – thanks to this, the cards would not only lose their value, but can also increase the price. However, the investigation conducted by the Pokemon players was very detailed and alarming The author checked what was inside the box – unfortunately they were cards from GI Joe.
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