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2007-08-02 18:31:15 -
i feel utterly disgusted that someone could be so cold and uncaring about other people.i have just found out i have been scamed and i am really upset i wish there was something we could do.


2007-05-31 15:18:23 -
If you or someone you know have been the victim or potential victim of an internet puppy scam, and are willing to share your story, please contact the American Kennel Club at communications@akc.org.

This latest internet fraud scheme involves answering a classified ad (internet or print) for a purebred puppy. These ads are usually accompanied by a stolen picture of a cute puppy, along with a false and manipulative tale of how the dogs need to re-homed, or are available for a reduced price. Victims usually end up wiring money to the scam artists to pay for "expenses" such as customs clearance, shipping or travel vaccines. The reality is that the puppy doesn't exist, and consumers who are expecting to receive a puppy end up losing money they may have already wired to the scam artists under these false pretenses.


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