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Sentencing for a Pokémon Card Scammer

Pokémon TCG is back in the news and not for something positive, you know that in recent weeks we have not stopped talking about crimes and Pokémon Cards.

On this occasion, a letter fraudster has been sentenced to 31 months in prison being guilty of four counts of fraud related to Pokémon Cards.

It was a regular seller of letters, which has dedicated itself to defrauding buyers. It announced the sale of certain Pokémon cards whose rarity made them have a high value and he was raising money in advance, to finally not send the product and keep the money.

In the year 2021, a buyer placed an order for 74 boxes of Pokémon Cards and transferred the money to the merchant. Then another buyer also purchased some boxes in 2022 and did not receive his order either. Thanks to a Facebook group of Pokémon TCG is how it has been possible to find the scammer.

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