Liz Shih Tzu Puppies

Liz Shih Tzu Puppies Scam or Legit? Check Liz Shih Tzu Puppies Reviews below.
Joe – May 29, 2020

I almost sent them money but after finding the complaints I did not.thank all of you.

Kristen – Apr 30, 2020

DON’T DO IT! They are a scam. Luckily, I am smart enough not to send money to ANYONE over the internet. If you cannot get a puppy within driving distance, to pick up from a seller, don’t get one. You don’t know what you’re getting, plus, you should never send cash or your banking info to anyone you don’t know (no matter how trustworthy they seem). I am filing a complaint with the FBI Internet Scam Center regarding this company.

Steve – Apr 26, 2020

I was so close to buying a puppy. Thank you everyone that posted. You just saved me a lot of money! I hate liars!🤬

Denise – Apr 26, 2020

Liz Shih Tzus are a scam. Under no circumstances send them money. Yesterday I received an email from them that I could barely read.

Diane – Apr 23, 2020

After wanting more information and asking to speak with someone, I was told “”We prefer emails for now because my phone has some issues with the mic but I can text you.” OMG Big Red Flag RUN PEOPLE RUN!

Regina – Mar 19, 2020

I had the very same experience . No personal contact. I tried to pay through cash app and my bank declined. That was my first suspicious moment that maybe it was a fraud. Then when I ask for her to call me I haven’t heard back. Stay clear.

Priscilla – Apr 24, 2020

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Type of a scam Online Purchase

I am in search of purchasing a Shih Tzu doy companion. I ran across their website and I was shocked at how reasonably priced the puppies for 450.00$. especially for teacup size. So I reached out and inquired about purchasing a male teacup Shih Tzu. They were very fast with responding. They seemed to have everything laid out accordingly all the details needed to send the puppy to my location. I was convinced nonetheless. So I constantly asked to talk over the phone. I never like to do those type of encounters through email. They kept saying I had to provide them with further details about myself before the call. I was still naive because I really want a puppy to help me with mental health care. So, I provided my address, and phone number. Afterward if you see the attachment they asked me to send the money through cash app. Which, I found fishy by first off the cash app name. Then they would call me. That’s not how anyone should do business and it sounds like a scam for sure. And also I asked for a male Shih Tzu put the copy and paste response they used they simply forgot to change “her” to “him”

Amy – Apr 14, 2020

Did you ever end up getting a puppy?

Dennis –

did you ever end up getting the puppy because i just emailed them too and i’m kinda curious

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