Teacup Pug Puppies 4 Sale, Herman Moore

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Paul – Jun 19, 2020

Victim Location 98512

Total money lost $700

Type of a scam Online Purchase

I was looking online for a pug puppy. local sources had none available, and when i got on this website, they assured me that I was getting a bargain, provided pictures of their pugs available. I picked one and gave them my info as asked (home type, other people or pets living there, why I wanted the pup, etc) After several emails, during which they assured me it was safe to ship the pup, I agreed to send payment through Zelle (never used that before). So after sending $700, I still was looking at another website that also offered to send a pup. When I wanted to use a credit card (as offered on website), they said it was "broken" and they needed cash. When I said my bank required a phone number, the hedging started. Alarms went off, and I searched online for any puppy scams I should watch out for. Well, number one was doing a search on the image of the pup to see if it was on other sites on the net. Yes, all of them, multiple sites, for several years. So, now I know I will never see the puppy, and I’m out the $700 because they already got it. No recourse available to have the money returned. No puppy.

Suzanne – Apr 25, 2020

Scammer’s phone 1 (469) 378-4590

Scammer’s website www.teacuppugpuppies4sale.com

Scammer’s address 1192 Oakbrook Drive Austin, Texas 78753

Scammer’s email [email protected]

Country United States

Type of a scam Online Purchase

Initial means of contact Email

This company is SCAM!On April 23,2020 I contacted this breeder looking to purchase a tea cup pug. They collected 2 payments, one for the puppy and the other was from the actual shipping company, “Prime Global Logistics” and gave me a website and tracking number. They collected a payment of $750 for the puppy which included $150 for shipping and $985 which was suppose to be refunded when the puppy arrived. They needed the money for temperature regulated crate. After going back and forth with this shipping company because after sending the $935 for the crate the puppy never arrived. The next morning April 25 the shipping company reached out and said they need an additional $835 for taking care of the puppy over night and for vaccines. Now the puppy was suppose to be up to date with everything, the shipping company also sent me a picture of the airline shipping details and the airlines already informed me that this was a scam. They continued to pursue me for more money using the puppy as leverage. DO NOT SEND THESE PEOPLE ANY MONEY! They are also not from Texas but I think from Durham, North Carolina as their face book has a different address.



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