Scamming people is a terrible thing to do in itself, but to scam your own mother?
Gwinnett County, GA. businessman Ketan Shah allegedly took home nearly $1 million in a Super Bowl ticket and business scam, according to a report from WSB-TV2 in Atlanta:
Norcross businessman Ketan Shah is on the run, accused of scamming people out of about $1M in fake Super Bowl tickets. One of the victims is his own mother. His daughter just told me, “We’re victims too.” Details on this bizarre case @ 11. pic.twitter.com/6Q4YYSU314
— Matt Johnson (@MattWSB) February 1, 2019
EXCLUSIVE at 5: “I really don’t know where he is now. I really don’t I’m sorry….” Wife of prominent Gwinnett businessman accused in near- $1 million #SuperBowlLIII ticket/business scam. Hear from alleged victims, police and the family who’s reported him missing. @wsbtv #wSB53 pic.twitter.com/QjM0Rc94wr
— Nicole Carr (@NicoleCarrWSB) January 31, 2019
Even though he took upwards of $36,000 from her in the scam, his mother declined to press charges.