DUBLIN, Ga. (AP) — Federal prosecutors say a Georgia man used a pandemic relief loan to buy a $57,000 Pokemon card.
Court records show a Dublin man is charged with lying on an application for a pandemic economic relief loan about the number of people his business employed and the company’s gross revenue.
He faces one count of wire fraud.
The court filing said he received $85,000 in August of last year, and used the money to buy a Pokemon card for $57,789.
are Pokemon cards can sell for thousands of dollars.
Collectors have been bidding up prices for trading cards and other mementos.