Brett Robert

I have bin searching for a English Mastiff Puppy all over the Place and couldn’t find one for less than 1200.00 $ anywhere. I couldn’t justify spending that sort of money on a family pet. So when I finally found one on Rolla.net, for 550$ I jumped on the opportunity to get the dog that I always wanted. I made contact and fell for the scam. I received Pictures texts and a hole bunch of small talk to get me to pay the 550$ via Circle.com (Bit Coin’s). After I had made the Payment, I received a email confirmation about the shipping of the Dog to my home via currier. Pet Movers USA. It was a fake website where none of the links or tabs worked. I have sent multiple texts to the individual who I spoke to and sent the money to, but have not gotten anything in return. I have conducted a internet search of their number, and it turns out that these individuals are selling puppies all over the US for the same amount and under the same phone number. After I had responded to those individuals with a text that included some R rated language, I received a phone call within seconds from the same individual, from a diferent number pretending to be the currier who was "in the process of shipping the dog". I told that individual that I was on to them. His response was to call me a few names over the phone. I am currently reporting him to every site where he has a listing for a puppy under either of the two phone numbers I have.

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