This company posts pictures of ‘available puppies’ and emails and texts with you to make you feel comfortable and as though they care about the ‘puppies for sale.’ We exchanges veterinary information, addresses, phone numbers. She claims the puppy is coming to you via flying, and the courier service contacts you the night before and morning of. Amarex is the name of that (also fraudulent) company. They then ask for an additional $1500, to be wired immediately bc of ‘poor weather conditions’ on the transfer flight and a special crate rental must be completed. I refused and they started claiming the puppy would be abandoned. I contacted Eva pompskies again. She stopped answering when I refused to send more money, as did Amarex. Do not fall for this! We were heartbroken.

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