VIDEO: Businessman allegedly cons community out of nearly $1 MIL in Super Bowl scam, then vanishes

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A Georgia man who defrauded his friends and family out of nearly $1 million in a Super Bowl scam is wanted by police.

Authorities say Ketan Shah, a Gwinnett County, Georgia businessman, somehow convinced multiple people to give him hundreds of thousands of dollars in exchange for premium access to this year’s Super Bowl in Atlanta. The only problem is, he didn’t have that kind of access.

The article states that Shah even scammed his own mother out of $36,000, but now he has completely disappeared and his family doesn’t even know where he is. The report goes on to state the following:

Shah, who owns a number of digital printing shops in the area, promised friends, families, and colleagues the experience of a lifetime.  According to seized text messages, the scam began around November.

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