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Platinum Card Breaks Abuse of Employees

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We usually tend to stray away from the drama that plagues the Sports Card industry here at SCP, but this was brought to our attention today and its pretty disgusting to watch the abuse of this boy by his employer. He physically puts a box cutter up to neck, while the employee pleads for him to stop. The shop owner is clearly a bully to the breaker, and all of this happening right on camera with a room full of guys spending their money with him. It's pretty obvious the breaker has a lawsuit on his hands here, and some serious criminal charges for the shop owner if the breaker wanted to pursue them.


We will be removing them from our featured breaker list, as we cannot condone that type of behavior.

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