A Gwinnett County, Georgia businessman has gone missing after he allegedly gaffled family and friends out of $1 million in a Super Bowl scam!

Ketan Shah promised folks premium seats to Sunday’s big game, but after homie collected the cash he vanished. His own wife hasn’t seen or heard from him since January 3.

Via NY Post:

Shah’s mother also told cops she lost $36,000 in her son’s alleged ruse. She declined to press charges.

The accused conman made off with $500,000 from a friend in Columbus, Georgia, who thought he was buying tickets and a chance to host an arena Super Bowl event.

Another victim, John Brunetti, said he was taken for $50,000 for 10 tickets on the 50-yard line.

Watch the news report courtesy of WSB-TV:



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