Queen Samoyed Home Program

Troy – Jul 14, 2020

Victim Location 92870

Total money lost $400

Type of a scam Online Purchase

We contacted this web site to acquire a Samoyed puppy. We received pictures and a video of the puppy and then they asked for the full amount of $800 upfront but we negotiated a 50% deposit then the rest at the time of receiving the puppy. They sent us a signed contract and wanted to get the money through Zelle or Cash App. Non of these worked with the names they gave us and told us it must be on our bank side. So they wanted " Vanilla" Prepaid Credit Card. After getting the $400 amount they stopped communicating then after 2 days said they want the full amount to start the process. We got suspicious and asked our friend to find out more about their website. It turned out that it was created with an address in Panama and they create similar websites for Samoyed dogs every 3 months with the same info.

James – Jul 08, 2020

Victim Location 80223

Type of a scam Online Purchase

California company claims to have AKC registered purebred samoyed puppies for $500 and have been in business for over 20 years (their website is 1 month old). Called AKC they don’t have dogs registered to Deadrick Allen who sent me a contract. Looking into the address they gave me Whitepages has a different family that lives there. Also there website is based out of Panama and IP address is Atlanta, GA.

Jill – Jun 28, 2020

Victim Location 10314

Total money lost $800

Type of a scam Online Purchase

Scammer used the following names.

Victor ********  [email protected]

Max Ngassa

[email protected]

Martin ****** 619-********

Jamie – Jun 28, 2020

Victim Location 80602

Type of a scam Online Purchase

The website is offering purebred samoyed puppies for sale, however the website is a scam to try to get people to pay. They claim to sell puppies but it appears that the domain was actually created by criminals in order to defraud people wanting to buy a Samoyed. Once you express interest in buying one of the puppies the scammer will send you a template email telling you a lot of details about the puppy. They will also send pictures of samoyed puppies, but reverse searching the images shows that they are stolen photos. The "breeder" also claims to deliver the puppy using a fraudulent delivery company. The "delivery company" is actually another scam in order to steal your money by charging for non existent delivery, toys, crate, etc. They asked for $550 for the puppy and $800 to deliver.

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