Report: #1511394

Complaint Review: Kenneth kellam - Yuma Arizona )texas

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  • Kenneth kellam 13296 E 45th ln Yuma, Arizona )texas United States

Kenneth kellam They advertise puppies on Craigslist and ask for deposit when yOu go to get puppy address is an empty lot and you do not get your deposit back they have also used a Texas address beware I found more on craigslist that are scammers don’t send money you will be out your money you send Yuma Arizona )texas

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They advertise pets for sale on Craigslist you pick one they ask for deposit because someone else wants same puppy so they will hold it with deposit then the other person pays all the asking price if I want it I have to send more money also the address they give to pick up puppy is an empty house in Yuma then there next city is Texas they go on and on I also found two other on Craigslist that do same thing best do not buy on online I'm out my money and no puppy

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