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Rochester, NY, United States
2017-06-09 09:56:29
Pet Adoption Scam
Other Classifieds Site
+1 site on the internet for teacup pomeranians for sale   
Martin S Kamsa
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United States (US)
Upon inquiring the availability of a Pomeranian (Faith) on his site, I received an email from him stating the puppy was available for $695.00. He agreed to take $650.00 and advised ne air transport would be no charge and asked that I send payment via Western Union, which I did. A short while later I received an email from a Kevin Loonie at stating a climate controlled crate was required in order to ship the puppy. The fee for this was $850.00 and that 95% would be refunded to me upon return of the crate. Payment was requested through Money Gram. This should have been my first clue but I took the chance. Soon after he retrieved the money I received flight details from him which looked very suspicious. It stated the puppy would fly out of Oklahoma on flight# 3614 at 7:12pm to Richmond Virginia with a "long layover" via Regional jet. I never heard of Regional jet so I got on Will Rogers airline website to check the flight number. It was for an American Airlines flight which was en route to Chicago. I then received another email stating an updated certificate for the crate at a cost of $1200.00 (also refundable @ 95%). I then called American airlines and asked them if a Pomeranian puppy was on their flight 3614 and was advised their were no animals on that flight. I WAS SCAMMED. I sent an email to all parties letting them know that I am now aware that I was scammed and gave them 24 hours to refund my money. I have heard nothing since. I have since reported them to the Better Business Bureau, Western Union and Money Gram. I understand I will never see my money, but I hope this keeps any other visiters to his site to STAY AWAY !!!!!!
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Anonymous   () Added the following extra information on :2017-07-14 13:05:32
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Emails are sent to an "info@" email, but they reply using which is already on here as a scam. Their replies are a little pushy and strangely worded (doesn't sound like English is their first language).
Really glad I didn't go ahead and try to buy the dog I wanted. Looking for a puppy, not just a picture of one.

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