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Free puppies or not.

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Deal Guru
Dec 4, 2010
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This dog is funny looking. I'd call him jumanji and give him hugs eve though it looks like something out of dead space.
Newbie
Dec 2, 2016
3 posts
True,, i been scam before
For a product
My suggestion is
Person who sending a dog cost $400.00
I would get tgem pay shipment,, once dog arrives
Then send a western union money, person who payed for shipping
Gets the money back after dog arrives ,,

For me that's what I do now,
Person does shipping and etc,
Pays ,, after I receive product I send them money to them threw western union
If the person refuses paying shipping , you request them using western union , then you know it's a scam
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Oct 13, 2009
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TigersL638411 wrote:
Jan 30th, 2017 11:33 am
True,, i been scam before
For a product
My suggestion is
Person who sending a dog cost $400.00
I would get tgem pay shipment,, once dog arrives
Then send a western union money, person who payed for shipping
Gets the money back after dog arrives ,,

For me that's what I do now,
Person does shipping and etc,
Pays ,, after I receive product I send them money to them threw western union
If the person refuses paying shipping , you request them using western union , then you know it's a scam
there are no dogs. it's a scam.
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Feb 12th, 2016 1:09 pm
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Newbie
Dec 2, 2016
3 posts
It is a scam
This person is using same word
But different names
I don't know how that person can live in 2 different area at same time
Newbie
Feb 16, 2017
1 posts
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This Exact thing Happen to me. The emails and scenarios are the same. I can confirm that its a scam, when i got to the shipping part, they told me to send them a "Money Gram" not to the "Shipping Company" but to a person living in Cameroon.
The conversation i had with this person is almost identical:
Hello

Thanks again for the love and concern you have towards our
Labrador Retriever puppies.We had 5 puppies and 3 of them have
already been adopted remaining Kelly and Nelly. Kelly is the
male and Nelly is the female.The puppies are well trained, vaccinated
,very friendly with kids and other home pets and toys , 12 weeks
old ,am giving the puppies for adoption since all i want for
them is a caring and loving home for them where they will be
given the love and affection they need , But before we proceed
with you adopting the puppies i will like for you to answer this question:

Are you Familiar with Labrador Retriever puppies?
where are you located?
Do you have a vet doctor?
How old are you?
What is your occupation?
Are you interested in Kelly or Nelly or both?
How soon do you want the puppy?
Scary stuff...
Newbie
Feb 19, 2017
1 posts
Same to me too!!
This just happened to me yesterday.
So I had got to the part where I had given my address and phone number. Then got the shipping and realised it was weird and then I found this forum. Can they do anything with just my address and phone number? I'm in Australia but looks like this person is not even in my country even though they are claiming to be?
Banned
Feb 8, 2017
25 posts
3 upvotes
This is really a scam!!! Do not believe them! It was happened to my friend too. >:/
Newbie
Feb 27, 2017
14 posts
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XtremeModder wrote:
Dec 2nd, 2016 11:37 pm
I've been looking for a dog (an English or French bull dog to be more precise), but when I look around at rescues and see how much other breeds cost to adopt it almost makes more sense to buy a puppy from a reputable breeder instead. One place wanted $700 for a dog that was 5 years old.

While I support the idea of adoption and everything else, there is a problem when said places want close to $1000 in fees for them as well.
You're exactly right. Shelter dogs are all problems and headaches plus they want close to 500 by the time your done. Should be paying you to take these mutts or at least should be free

After checking Toronto Durham and York region. Only some sick nasty/old/nasty problem dogs are available at shelters.

Save yourself some headaches just research the breed you want and go to a breeder. This way you get the dog you want, without any baggage these old mutts come with.

Most people get shelter dogs so they can brag to everyone look at me I saved a shelter/rescue dog. Same people driving a electric cars talking about how they're saving the planet.

Think about it your going to live with this thing for the next 10yr+ do you really want some brain damage shelter dog? Just spend a bit more. I found a beautiful purebred in Markham so glad I didn't go with the shelter mutt
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Apr 23, 2009
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YouthInAsia wrote:
Mar 16th, 2017 3:42 am
You're exactly right. Shelter dogs are all problems and headaches plus they want close to 500 by the time your done. Should be paying you to take these mutts or at least should be free

After checking Toronto Durham and York region. Only some sick nasty/old/nasty problem dogs are available at shelters.

Save yourself some headaches just research the breed you want and go to a breeder. This way you get the dog you want, without any baggage these old mutts come with.

Most people get shelter dogs so they can brag to everyone look at me I saved a shelter/rescue dog. Same people driving a electric cars talking about how they're saving the planet.

Think about it your going to live with this thing for the next 10yr+ do you really want some brain damage shelter dog? Just spend a bit more. I found a beautiful purebred in Markham so glad I didn't go with the shelter mutt
What an entirely ignorant post.
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Jan 28, 2014
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Beachdown wrote:
Mar 16th, 2017 12:43 pm
What an entirely ignorant post.
Agree 100%. I read it and unfortunately there are many people with this mindset.

Many of our dogs were rescues and they were the loves of our lives.
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Dec 27, 2009
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Ottawa, ON
Blanche123 wrote:
Mar 17th, 2017 10:10 am
Agree 100%. I read it and unfortunately there are many people with this mindset.

Many of our dogs were rescues and they were the loves of our lives.
I love our rescue too. By the way, he is gorgeous.
Newbie
Mar 17, 2017
1 posts
I am so glad you posted this. I had the same interaction with the same guy! However he changed the names of the dogs, said it would cost less for shipping as well as that hes onky used the company once before. When i asked if he could send me the paper work for the dogs to say they were vaccinated thats when he stopped replyig to me!
Newbie
Oct 25, 2012
16 posts
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There were ads like this even 6 years ago when I was looking for a pup. Remember, like everything else in life, if it sounds too good to be true, it probably is. For example, nobody is going to sell you a dog whose going rate is 2000 bucks or more (e.g. Pembroke Welsh Corgi, French Bulldog) for the cost of shipping. Maybe if the dog was a senior, but definitely not a puppy, and not with all its shots current. Vaccinations cost money. You will see people selling "oops" puppies for less (but still over 300 bucks) and they state it's because the puppies don't have their needles.

These scammers are scummy, but buyers need to do their research. If mixes can go for almost a thousand dollars on Kijiji, how likely is that you can get a purebred Samoyed, with vaccinations, fully housetrained, with papers etc. for the cost of transport only?
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