Logan Paul Pokemon Scam
While Logan Paul is making a killing with NFTs, his recent pokemon box buys for $3.5million. He has sadly been scammed. His recent video dropped last night uploaded on his YouTube channel. Shows the journey of him taking the box to Chicago to get the box opened by the people that authenticated it. This is not an easy video to watch. We have all been scammed at some point. Evil bay being the biggest of them all, yes to me it’s Evil bay, not eBay. Please be careful when buying stuff online. The comments in the videos are just full of people being scammed. Most of the scams are done with Pokemon cards.
You might ask why are you writing about this on an NFT website? you are correct, it’s not an NFT. Here I have a question: should all future Pokemon cards be released in NFT format? This hasn’t and won’t help logan now, but with 50-year-old logan, it would and every other collector. There are some massive questions to be asked how they passed authentication for it then to be sold for $3.5 Million dollars. Surely having all Pokemon cards as NFT drops would cut out the chance of being defrauded. If run correctly by Nintendo and its partners would keep the future scammers at bay.
So what did the boxes contain…. GI Joe sticker packs. Logan does have another 5 boxes that are unopened, but this has to hurt. But this has to hurt you thinking you are making a great investment.
This post doesn’t age well less than a month later it’s proven to be fake. We support you and any action that’s needs taken to stop these scammers.