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Complaint Review: Poshfairytail Posh Fairy Tail www.poshfairytail.com
Poshfairytail Posh Fairy Tail www.poshfairytail.comInternet United States of America
Poshfairytail Posh Fairy Tail poshfairytail.com SCAMMERS WITH FAKE DOGS - PHOTOSHOPED SICK PUPPY MILL DOGS BEWARE, Internet
*Consumer Comment: Posh fairy tail scammed me
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I have done my research and these people and a couple of other websites are purchasing their dogs from a korean puppy mill that imports the dogs when they are younger. They take the pictures when they are much younger making them look smaller. All the eyes are larger and they are photoshoped to look fake. All other breeders in usa have puppies for sale with normal eyes and why is that. It's very clear that these people photoshop the dog's eyes and send you something else. This is fraud to the public and they are being investigated by the state attorneys office. They will be closed down.
I purchased a maltese and a yorkie from this puppy broker and found out her puppies were imported from Korean puppy mill breeder from xxxxx. I have found this seller has been buying and reselling puppies "illegally and importing" these puppies to the USA under the required age of 6 months old. I have an investigator looking into this seller. Her name is Jina at Poshfairytail.com Posh fairy tail puppies sells puppies that are much younger than what is advertised as my vet said my puppies were barely 8 weeks old when I took them in to their first vet visit and she told me they were already 4 months old.
She false advertises puppies and states they are healthy. My maltese was diagnosed with parvo within 3 days of arrival to me and the puppy died 2 days later. The yorkie also was diagnosed with parvo as well 3 days after my maltese was diagnosed. She did survive but, we ended up having over $9, 000.00 worth of vet bills. This seller should be shut down and I have found out I can contact CDC and also customs where the puppies are coming in at Washington Dulles. I have found that she brings in 4 to 6 puppies at one time from this Korean puppy mill. Jung puppy club is also being investigated in Korea as well for selling sick dogs to USA buyers.
I spoke with another company who was brokering his puppies and they explained to me the problems with puppies age and that they are bringing puppies in at 5 and 6 weeks old and lying on health government official papers to get them into USA. This is a huge crime and I am collecting all documents to submit to CDC and also USDA to shut this seller down. I am going to share my story and hopefully other people who have dealt with this seller will come forward and we together can make it known.
She also have a partner in California named Ginger who is selling dogs from Jungpuppyclub.com as well. So buyers beware! They are both puppy brokers for Korean Puppy Mills. We have videos and all vet documentation to prove our case if you are interested in seeing them.
I was in pursuit of buying two teacup puppies from another site and then found a forum telling me it was better to buy a puppy directly from the website of www.jungpuppyclub.com I emailed this man at Jung Puppy Club in S. Korea and proceeded to buy two puppies from him for my family. He does not speak good English so he said he had a family member located within the US whom helps him sell dogs, her name was Jina. I got my two puppies and within 10 days they both fell sick. First with a cough, two days later they had bloody diarrhea and profuse vomiting.
I rushed to the emergency Veterinarian Hospital near me and they were in the ICU for one week before they both died. My children and family were devastated beyond belief. I wrote to both him and Jina and no one replied or answered any of my emails to date. I started looking again for a new puppy for my children and saw this onceuponateapup.com and though oh maybe I will be better to go through a person who lives in the US. I noticed her photos looked just like the photos that Jung Puppy Club had on his site. I went to his site and sure enough they are the exact same puppies.
Then I noticed one of the videos on this site has Jung Puppy Clubs so called family member Jina holding one of the puppies. I later found out that Jina owns Posh Fairy Tail and Ginger claims to own Once Upon A Teapup. Yet Ginger is getting puppies from Jung Puppy Club who is related to Jina at Posh Fairy Tail. Jina is also holding one of the puppies shown on Once Upon A Teapups website. She and this Ginger are also business partners as Jina told me on the phone.
So I know these three are all intertwined somehow. I have found other complaints about these two puppy millers on the internet as well as xxxx. Something has to be done about this ring of dying puppy mill puppies from Jungpuppyclub.com, Jina at poshfairytail.com and Ginger and onceuponateapup.com. Broken hearts of innocent families and thousands of dollars lost. Someone please help. I think this cant be legal what they are doing to families. Robbing us trusting Americans of hard earned money and with no regard.
Poshfairytail Teacups is bad. Sold puppies with PARVO! KOREAN PUPPY MILL BROKER! Posh Fairy Tail Jina Posh fairy tail teacups, Once upon a teapup, www.poshfairytail.com, www.onceuponateapup.com Jina/Ginger Virginia/California posh fairy tail teacups, onceuponeateapup, onceuponateacup, poshfairytail, posh puppy fairytail, poshfairytail puppies, Ginger California, Jina Virginia Internet, Virginia
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