Animalcouriers website helps Jason avoid being scammed

Animalcouriers website helps Jason avoid being scammed

We recently heard from Jason who responded to an advertiser on the Friday-Ad website who was offering a puppy.

Because the puppy was supposedly coming from “the other end of the country”, Jason was told it would be delivered by a “UK Animals Delivery Service” courier.

Very wisely, Jason looked that delivery company up on the web, and found it didn’t exist. He did, however, find the Animalcouriers website, and read our page that’s designed to help people avoid being scammed.

Jason told us: “I wanted to thank you for the information on scammers on your site, as it was very informative and helpful… We have reported the ad to Friday-Ad.”

We’re very glad to have helped Jason avoid being scammed, and to hear that he’s reported the scam to the site that carried the bogus advert.

By | 2017-01-25T14:16:22+00:00 Tuesday, November 22, 2011|animal scams, latest news|0 Comments

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  1. Palm Trees & Bare Feet November 22, 2011 at 5:46 pm - Reply

    Exactly why I love your blog and organization! Great job, Animal Couriers! 🙂

  2. Sam August 2, 2014 at 10:55 am - Reply

    I was about to get a French bulldog for £125 in the add it said Exeter then in email they said they live in kickwall and would send puppy and I would just pay the delivery service the £130 and not pay them cuz they just want a good loving home for the puppies cuz they have a new full time job I started looking to see if it was a scam went on here and it looks like it could be so I’ve sent them an email saying I think it’s a scam so I’m not interested Andy more. Very disappointed Sam

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