Expressline Cargo

We agreed to adopt two Yorkie puppies, the exporter explained to us about the process of $75 too transfer the ownership, second the exporter and the business cargo sight emailed me saying that I need to give $2000 for the two Yorkies insurance refundable fee telling me that if I don’t pay the fee of $2000 I will be charged for abandonment and refused to give $2000 due to financial problems, and the exporter told me that she had $1,520 to spare so all I had to pay is $480 I wired the money using money gram again, and than the next day the exporter and business cargo emailed asking to pay $250 for fee for some documents. And after sending the last amount the exporter guaranteed me told that there wouldn’t be anymore problems until the business cargo emailed me again saying that the Yorkies need an updated shots for $850, because of the weird feeling I got the exporter and cargo sight was always requiring me for immediate action of including of fee, and threatening me that there would be a charge if I don’t do it.

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