Georgia man uses his covid business loan to buy pokemon cards.

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Man alleged to buy pokemon cards from covid relief funds

According to federal prosecutors, a man used a pandemic relief loan to buy a $ 57,000 Pokémon card.

court records show Vinath Oudomsine is accused of lying about the number of people his company employed and the company’s gross income when applying for a loan application for a pandemic grant. The Dublin, Georgia man is charged with fraud.

According to court records, Oudomsine received $ 85,000 last August and used the money to buy a Pokémon card for $ 57,589.

The Telegraph of Macon, Georgia reports that defense attorneys issued a statement refusing to discuss the case.

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