Marvel Australian Shepherds

Austin – May 02, 2020

I too sent an email to these people, they replied extremely fast with a puppy application that they stated was to assure the puppy was going to a good home. I spoke to another breeder prior mentioning my plans to license the dog as an ESA. That breeder actually gave me advice on my plans. So when I received this email with absolutely no comment on anything I said, and leading straight to shipping and payment, I thought it was too good to be true. I called the AKC to see if they were a legitimate source through them (as they claimed). Then called the phone number they provided which went to a strange voicemail. I decided to trust my instincts and am so glad I did! Getting my Aussie this July through an actual breeder. 🙏

Nancy – Apr 30, 2020

Definitely a scam! Please beware! They asked my sister in law to send them $800 but would only accept a money transfer through western union. Never contacted her after they received the money despite countless phone calls and emails. I really don’t want this to happen to anyone else!

Allen – Apr 28, 2020

This is a scam! They ended up getting over a grand from my daughter. They asked for money in forms of gift cards. They claimed to have been shipping us the puppy but then asked for more money to upgrade the cargo and other things. When the puppy did not arrive, we called the airport that the dog was supposedly at, and they threatened to sue us for abandoning a puppy that was not there. I wish I would have seen the reviews before sending money.

Daisy – Apr 22, 2020

This is definitely a scam! My son was almost a victim. He was told to wire $800 via Western Union . Thank God there was an issue and his payment didn’t go through. He kept trying to reach them afterwards with no response. I started researching them and found the complaints here. Also, a huge red flag to me is the poor spelling, punctuation and grammar on their website. It’s very odd as well that they don’t give out a phone number until after you fill out their contact form, then they contact you first. I tried to call them and finally got through and a man with an accent answered and I said “I’m trying to reach Barb”… he said “Yes, okay”… I said “Is Barb available?”… he said “Yes, this is me”… I said “You are Barb?”… and he said “Yes”. To which I hung up. Buyer BEWARE!

Neil – Apr 20, 2020

We got in contact with the company and they sent a super long email that seemed very legit but as the emails went on they replied back super fast. we asked to see the puppies on FaceTime to see how they looked and how energetic they were, before we sent any money or info and they never replied. We looked up reviews on the company and found people had the same problems. This is our 3rd scam we have run into. Always ask to see the puppies live.

Marissa – Apr 22, 2020

Hi Lukas. Can you tell me the names of the other two companies that were a scam? Just want to steer clear of them! Thanks.

Luke – Apr 17, 2020

I sent an email also. Someone, with no name provided said they were located in Alderson, Oklahoma with a phone number of 539-999-9203; they didn’t offer any additional pictures and all the testimonies on the website have no pictures no dates; in fact no pictures of the environment of the puppies or a single person in any of them. Definitely a scam.

Krystle – Apr 13, 2020

Victim Location 02885

Type of a scam Online Purchase

I’m looking to adopt an Aussie Shepherd puppy. This website came up in my search. It’s definitely a scam. They won’t give a name or address, they have no phone number, their English is bad, and they want payment wired in full, in advance. Their source email address is [email protected] I looked that up and found it was reported as a scam.

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