I found an puppy ad on ajc.com. I wanted to purchase a yorkie. A few days later I email the seller. The ad that was posted had $0.00 for the cost of the puppy. The cost of the flight for the puppy was $180.00, which was to be sent by western union to Cameroon. I have been trying to get this puppy for the last month. The seller also said that I would need to purchase a crate for $350.00, because the crate that the puppy was in wasn't effcient for travel. I refused to sent a large lump sum of cash. The seller payed for the crate through this so called pet agency, and the puppy was suppose to be on a flight in 7hours. The puppy is not in my possession. I have paid $180.00 and $50.00 for food while in travel, and I do not have the dog. This is a serious scam. The seller emails me and says he needs $1200.00 for expired documents. I say to myself "why are theses documents expired if the puppy is registerd and up to date. The puppy is so call stuck in France. The seller is waiting for me to send $1200.00, but I refuse because I don't have the dog. I would like all of my money back. You can not just go around ripping people off and not producing the goods. The seller was originally in Texas, but moved to Cameroon the day after I western union the money. Can you please help me!!! This is so wrong for people to do.I was so excited about getting another dog for the kids to play with, but I was scamed.
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