Linda Fuller

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Felicia –

Victim Location 79912

Total money lost $120

Type of a scam Online Purchase

My father is a recently widowed 72-year-old who decided to buy a puppy. He looked online for a puppy breeder of Cairn Terriers and noticed one that came up on multiple "puppy finder" sites. He emailed the "breeder" (Linda Fuller) who referred him to a past customer (Rev. Raymond Whyte), who was a reverend in Florida, going on a mission and needed to give his puppy up. He then reached out to him via email ([email protected]) and continued to communicate with him multiple times, in great detail, on the purchase of his puppy. He was asked to send a deposit of $120 via Walmart transfer (that went to "his sister" in Idaho) and the puppy would ship the next day. Obviously that never happened. My father let his emotional state cloud his judgement and I fear that they are doing this to a lot of people. The man, who had a very thick foreign accent, had the nerve to actually call him twice after(2 different phone numbers) and ask for more money. He said his dog crate wasn’t big enough to meet the airlines standards and he needed $50 more for a new crate and then the puppy would ship. I’m disgusted.

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