Joy Corgi Puppies

Melinda –

Victim Location 87031

Total money lost $630

Type of a scam Online Purchase

Wife wanted a Corgi puppy searched the internet for puppies and found this one on face book checked out their website looked good should have known better when wanted payment through Walmart but ask for pictures and they sent every picture I requested even sent we tracking information from what now looks like a fake shipping company call Standard Airways then received email from Air Country Express wanting insurance payment of $1080 before they would ship again wanting payment through Walmart that when I got wise. My fault should have done more investigating

Alicia –

Victim Location 75057

Type of a scam Online Purchase

Joy corgi puppies attempted to get me to pay for a puppy that never existed. Wanted to find a new family companion after my beloved corgi died suddenly 3 years ago, I thought I did enough research finding the right puppy. I first saw the ad of Facebook. I messaged them asking for a website to look at the available puppies. Given the website, I looked it over and saw some reviews, I asked for more reviews, which they provided, along with references. I was excited to believe I had found the puppy I was looking for. They sent me pictures and more information via text message. The problem came when I did some research about scams, due to me having extreme anxiety, I dug hard. They passed all my initial tests, making me believe they were legit. Convenienced already, I trusted my gut that this wasn’t all what it seemed to be, I asked for a current picture of the puppy with a piece of paper with my name, date, and time on it. The excuses and "how dare u distrust us" accusations started to flow. Long story short, I never got the picture proving they actually had the puppy they were claiming to sell me. Luckily I trusted myself BEFORE sending any money!

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