Thursday, 23 April 2020

https://www.celiasdachshundhome.com/shop/
CELIA'S DACHSUND HOME
Is one of hundreds of websites
IN THE
FAKE PUPPY SCAMS.
THERE ARE SCAMS RIGHT ACROSS THE INTERNET WITH PUPPIES AND KITTENS THAT DO NOT EXIST.
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After paying for the dog
🚩shipping $500,
🚩$770 for rental on an approved crate.
🚩$880 for insurance
info.celiasdachshunds@gmail.com
+1 281-820-4458 - Seller
+1281-947-3713 - Seller
From: "Vision Courier" visioncourierservice65@gmail.com
+1 191-243-0370 - Shipper
THE 'FEES' WERE TO BE PAID IN GIFT CARDS.
LOOKING AT THE WEBSITE... IT IS REGISTERED ON GODADDY (they have been contacted to ask for help in removing the website.. WHICH IS ONE THING BUT THERE ARE HUNDREDS of these fakes AND THEY WILL ONLY MAKE IT AGAIN !
The website was registered in Punjab, Pakistan
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The Offer Sounds Too Good to Be True
If it sounds too great, it probably is. Excellent breeders will not sell their Dachshund puppies for rock bottom prices. It is not cheap to raise a litter. Vet bills, health testing, food and supplements, time and effort go into a litter.
So, if the price seems too good, it probably is not legit. If you have been checking the price of Dachshund puppies that you are interested in buying and a puppy comes up that is way below the going price, there is a reason for it. Read on for more information about prices.
Scammers will normally insist on shipping the puppy to you. They will make up 100 excuses for why you cannot pick up the puppy in person. This is because they will charge you much more for the shipping that you have paid for the puppy.
If you are adamant that you will pick up the puppy in person the scammer will eventually relent and arrange an appointment to meet.
There are several stories of home owners who were unaware that their address was being used as part of a Dachshund puppy scam
they prefer to SMS unless you insist. This is because the majority of Puppy Scammers actually originate in Cameroon, West Africa. They prefer not to speak to you as this may arouse your suspicions.
Scammers are also happy to correspond by email. Read the email carefully. The wording in the email should be proper English. If you are in the US, scan the wording and determine if it is a native speaking US citizen. The same applies to the UK, New Zealand, Australia or other English-speaking countries. Puppy scams often originate abroad.
You will find the same puppies across the internet and pictures are used for months and months... thes puppies never grow up !

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