978-540-0295 (Pet Scam)
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no puppy delivered to me
Jan 20, 2014
I recently tried to buy a puppy from a friend on facebook, she told me she would pay all shipping if I could pay $100. The next day they requested 1600 for a crate which I was to pay $100 done , promised puppy to be delivered that night but in the morning again needed $350 for an insurance paper, paid this but the next morning they wanted $500 for a certificate to ship her to my home. When ask about charges that were not disclosed they keep talking and if you ask them to stop for a minute to let you speak they hang up on you. I don't think I will see a puppy or any money from these people
puppy or money returned
Complaint #: 4484
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