Super Bowl LIII Ticket-Scam: Georgia Businessman Ketan Shah Accused of Duping Community Including Mother of $750,000
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Tbilisi, February 2: Georgia businessman Ketan Shah is being accused of duping his friends, family, and mother of $750,000 in exchange for non-existent Super Bowl tickets. He left his Gwinnett County town after committing the fraud. The businessman took large sums of money from the people by promising tickets to the upcoming game between the New England Patriots and Los Angeles Rams. The game set to take place at the Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta on Feb. 3. Cardi B Features in Super Bowl Pepsi Ad With Her Signature Catchphrase 'Okurrr', Watch Video.

However, Shah’s wife said that she had no idea about his whereabouts. According to reports, Shah’s mother also accused Shah of duping her of $36,000. However, she did not file any complaint. Ketan Shah reportedly owns a Digital Xpress printing business in Norcross. Puppy Bowl 2019 Ahead of Super Bowl LIII: Adorable Rescue Pups Are Ready to Steal Sunday’s Show (Watch Video).

The alleged scam went on for months, with one case dating back to at last November. One of the victims called Mr Shah’s reputation “squeaky-clean”. He and his friend gave Shah $20,000 for the tickets, but they never received those tickets. Meanwhile, another victim was cheated of with $500,000 in exchange of tickets.