We thought we were buying a beautiful french bull dog named “Quickel” and went through all the procedures requested by Ceser french Bulldogs Home. After submitting our information, we were notified that we met their qualifications and they would place “Quickel” in our home. Shortly thereafter, a request for $650.00 was made and payment had to be arranged through Moneygram that was sent to a specific account number through Pay Power. A few days after we received another request to pay $269.00 for shipping. The following day, we received notification that the shipping company would be there within the hour to pick up the puppy and we would receive an email advising us on flight and schedule. An email from City Xpress Pet Carriers arrived expressing acknowledgement that they had the female french bulldog in their possesion. However, with this acknowledgement came notice that the puppy passed all examinations and was ready for air flight except for insurance. City Xpress Pet Carriers, was requesting that we send through Western Union $1,320.00 to Asong Albert, Delaware, Dover 19901 for (Life Pet Travel Insurance Policy) as per USDA Guidelines. Once City Xpress receives the $1,320.00 they will send a refundable receipt that we would sign and present to an agent from City Xpress Pet Carriers and would receive cash. Failure to provide the certificate, the puppy would remain in Quarantine for (9) nine months at the Quarantine Service Center Pet Control Department. After calling the airports, Saint Paul MN and Sacramento. Neither airport have such a department. Numerous calls to USDA were made, and there is no known requirement or recommendation for Life Pet Travel Insurance. All airlines that we know fly to Sacramento were called and none of them have an insurance requirement called Life Pet Travel Insurance. All claimed that we were being scammed. An urgent email was sent to Anthony Burns with Ceser French Bulldogs and come to find that mr. Burns was aware of the insurance issue and his reply was: you get reimbursed.
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