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We had the same type of issue as the rest of you. My wife and kids fell for the pictures on line. We paid to have the dog shipped to our house. We then received an email saying we needed to buy a crate and get the dog vaccinated. Once we received the dog, they were...
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So glad someone took the time to leave these reviews. I ALMOST fell for it. "Stacey" is adorable. Too adorable for $500.......

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This man is a scam artist and so is the shipping company he uses . STAY AWAYHE WANTED ME TO SEND A MONEY GRAM OR WESTERN UNION that should have been my first clue. He professes to be an honest christian person. don't believe any of it. there is no puppyI did send WU...
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This company is a total scam the puppies they offer for sale exist they get your money through money orders make money shipping manifest and then the shipping company supposedly request $700 insurance after your pet has been shipped halfway and they will not move it...
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New life poodles, total SCAM,beware, puppies,propbally don't exist. I was told our puppy was being held in Wisconsin in quarantine for 6 months ,berry next day I inquired as b...

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SCAM ALERT!!!!! I asked if I could pick the puppy (Victor) up from their location in Dallas, Texas and they will not allow unless you pay a $300 deposit and after they receive...

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3 Lb Poodle Pup Review

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I let myself fall in love with a picture. I lost my dog in October and I felt like I'd found a perfect fit for me. Turns out I just got suckered. I'll be going to the cops. Not that I expect much can be done. But still. Don't let yourself get taken by a picture like I did.
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