My mother – heartbroken at the loss of her Yorkie, Gracie – decided to look into getting a new puppy to take care of. She had come to me about paying for one – which I had agreed to. But heartstrings were pulled and she decided to go ahead without further research.
This [censored](s) was happy enough to reply to her inquires and feed her a bunch of false hope – including stolen images and videos off of another website (to which I researched afterwards.)
She was sent to the local Walmart to send a Western Union cheque of 780 bucks (Oh, and they provide free shipping, and 50 bucks for the shuttle to our doorstep.) Which to her dismay, I had to send her to reverse, with her knowing full well that this dog was never coming.
The amount of disappointment, frustration, and broken hope that crossed her face in about 10 minutes made me report them. Yes, too good to be true, and normally something like this would be a ‘live and learn.’ But they hurt her feelings (as I’m sure there are many many other people who’ve been lead down worse roads.)
The ScamPulse.com I’m sure will take care of these *** – and if not, God Almighty will.