Avoiding a scam

Avoiding a scam

We were contacted recently by a lady called Aleks who had been promised delivery of two Siberian Husky puppies. She was worried because the email saying Animalcouriers would deliver them requested payment by Western Union money transfer to the Cameroons. She was then told if she didn’t pay by a certain time, the cost would go up.

Because she was suspicious, she contacted us to check before she made any payment. We were able to tell her the supposed delivery had nothing to do with Animalcouriers, and that it sounded like a typical scam. Through her quick action and by checking directly with us, she didn’t part with any money. We were very glad to be able to help prevent her losing money to a scam.

By | 2016-10-17T11:08:38+00:00 Monday, December 7, 2009|animal scams, latest news|0 Comments

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  1. HouncdoxcoolE January 4, 2010 at 1:52 am - Reply

    I really enjoyed reading your article, keep up writing such interesting articles.

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