I purchased a puppy from a sale listing in Austin, Texas. On talking with the seller, his address for pick up of the puppy was in Maryland. He stated he had a family member pass away and was not in Maryland. He promissed he knew of a company he had used before that was “very cheap!” Things sounded like they were going well. I received a delivery confirmation that they had the puppy and it would be delivered to me precicley on September 28th at exactly 9:15 pm. It showed the passage of the air flight information leaving Maryland to Chicago then on to Austin arriving at my apartment door. First it was $165 for the fare. Then supposedly the puppy ended up in quarantine as the puppies vacinations were not up to date. $200 more for that. Then the crate that was used from Maryland to Chicago was not good enough, so there was another $200 for that. Now they are asking for more as there is now insurance that was never paid. NO MORE!! I was a slow, trusting learner. I told them I want my money back as I do not have the puppy. They will not return my calls or emails.
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