Over the past few years, collect letters of Pokémon has become a business that exceeds millions of dollars. The more rare or older each card, its price will increase substantially. In 2020, Logan Paul, a boxer and YouTuber, acquired a package that, supposedly, contained several envelopes of the first Booster edition, for $3.5 million. Today a video was published where it is revealed that Paul was cheated.

In a video published today on the Logan Paul Canal, YouTuber met a couple of experts to discover if the letters he bought in 2020 were real or not. Although the exterior of the box gave him legitimacy to the purchase, once the packages were opened, it was revealed that there were no Pokémon cards, but G.I cards. Joe .

Although Paul acquired this collection in 2020, YouTuber had not opened the box, because, supposedly, only that package existed at present, so YouTuber never had an intention to reveal the contents that were hidden However, after receiving several messages that pointed out the possible deception he underwent, YouTuber decided to clarify the doubts, and reality is quite sad.

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Editor’s note:

This is what happens when the excitement to collect something reaches a fairly ridiculous limit. The idea of ​​preserving something so careful way has resulted in several cases of deceived people, since they do not really have any idea of ​​what they are acquiring.