McDonald's France Services

McDonald's France Services Review

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Published: 30 September 2019

Posted by: Anonymously

I contacted mcdonald french bullgs online about purchasing a puppy (JERRY) on their website there was no address or phone i had to contact them by email( common on internet even locally) i did we agreed on price and he would ship puppy to me then he changed price and i said no then he said to send $400 through moneygram and he would pay shipping and ship puppy immediately then i get email from shipper, BEN ANDERSON HENSLEY, says i have to send additional $990 for shipping insurance and crate then breeder(mcdonald french bulldogs) emailed and said he need my SS asap for proof of idenity at pick up i told breeder no that i will show my drivers license for proof of idenity and address i email breeder to tell him of this he said the would contact shipper and get back with me he did’t so i emailed mcdonald french bulldogs and i asked for my money to be returned by moneygram that i do not feel comfortable with shiiping insurane, SS and that he would not call me or allow me to call him to allow me to speak directly to them about situation. i have breast cancer and my husband was getting Jerry to stay with me while I recuperate he (mcdonald french bulldogs) made me feel comfortable he emailed saying he would retuen money but then he didn’t and would no longer respond to my emails at first he seemed honest and caring about our forever home for Jerry and about my cancer and what i was going through but in the end he took my money BEWARE OF THIS SCAM i have been oline since and this is a popular scam i even called on another puppy and it was the exact scam i read posts online of similar scams… puppy price was good then after money was sent to them price went up, shipping insurance prices were same $400-600 for puppy then shipping, going from $580 to780 and then 950 or more shipper for pet insurance I really wanted Jerry not only did i loose out on bringing him home i lost $400 that i could afford to just give away(lose).

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