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Complaint Review: silver dewy ranch horse for sale SCAM - Spencer, MA or Hookset, NH or Brainerd, MA which doesn't even exist Massachusetts or New Hampshire

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  • silver dewy ranch horse for sale SCAM Spencer, MA or Hookset, NH or Brainerd, MA which doesn't even exist, Massachusetts or New Hampshire United States

silver dewy ranch horse for sale SCAM, Billy Scratch Before even seeing the horse, they required a 10% "deposit" which was "fully refundable" if I didn't buy the horse. After $ sent by Zell, no further contact. Spencer, MA or Hookset, NH or Brainerd, MA which doesn't even exist Massachusetts or New Hampshire

*Author of original report: Blustery Pine Farmstead horse scammers change horses to "Scratch" and "Billy", allegedly quickly sold.

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SCAM ALERT FOR SILVER DEWY RANCH. Unfortunately, I have been the victim of a scam.  https://www.equine.com/horses-for-sale/quarter-horse/30894b70-smokey-15-2-2012-gelding

“Billy” has been listed in 3 different horse for sale websites under 3 different towns/cities—Spencer, MA, Hookset, NH & Brainerd, MA.  Brainerd does not even exist on Google maps.  From other equine listings, I found the email address to be silverdewyranch@gmail.com. The phone # is 508 593 7910.  If you search Silver Dewy Ranch on you tube, you can see Billy’s video which does not match the greenery of New England.  SilverDewyRanch.com (which is how the person, John, told me to find their website) looks legit, but if you google the name, this is what you see:

 Silver Dewy Ranch à¤«à¥‡à¤¸à¤¬à¥à¤•à¤®à¤¾ छ । Join Facebook to connect with Silver Dewy Ranch and others you may know. फेसबुकले मानिसहरुलाई .  I don’t know what language is depicted. Their facebook page also looks legit.

Also, In the URL, the name of the horse is Smokey, not Billy.

Another horse which was listed on equine.com is Scratch, which I am sure is also a scam. 





Silverdewyranch.com 

The person insisted on a 10% deposit via zelle before I even saw the horse. $ sent to msb11she@gmail.com He insisted that the money was completely refundable if I did not want the horse.  I had called Bank of America, and they confirmed that I could receive this money back by putting in a claim. When I spoke with the Zelle specialist at Bank of America, he said that they will put ins a scam claim to Wells Fargo, but there is no guarantee.

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Blustery Pine Farmstead horse scammers change horses to "Scratch" and "Billy", allegedly quickly sold.

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POSTED: Wednesday, November 10, 2021

It's not unusual for these scammers to change horses on their fake websites.  They removed "Henry", "Matilda" & "Lillie" after the original legitimate horse farm was notified that their horse photos, descrtiptions, & videos were being used without their permission in a scam.  "Scratch" & "Billy" were actually the horses that I got scammed about in September under the fake farm name 
Silver Dewy Ranch.  The contact phone number for those horses was previously 508-593-7910.

"Billy" is currently being advertised on equine.com (type Billy in the area where it says Keywords, then click the search button) with a supposed location of LEONARDTOWN, MD (although Blustery Pine Farmstead web page says its location is HAMMONTON, NJ

"Scratch" is a sorrel MARE currently being advertised on equine.com with GELDING in the url and supposed location HARRISBURG, PA

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