Bundle of Joy Aussie Farm Reports & Reviews (3)
Victim Location 32958
Total money lost $458
Type of a scam Online Purchase
Inquired about a puppy on the Bundle of Joy Aussie Farm site. Received email from Cesar with details for purchasing a puppy. After many emails and texts and verifying he was a breeder, I sent $458.00 via Zelle for the puppy.
When I asked when the puppy would arrive Cesar stated Saturday at 6 p.m.. Sunday morning the puppy still hasn’t arrived. Sent Cesar an email and a text at 7:30 a.m. informing him that the puppy didn’t arrive. When I did not get a response from the email or the text, I tried to call Cesar on the number he was texting me with. We had spoken on the phone with the phone number that was provided with the text. When I called the phone number was disconnected.
Victim Location 98036
Total money lost $915
Type of a scam Online Purchase
We thought we were buying a puppy from a breeder that turned out to be a scammer.
The scammer sent pictures and video of the puppy we were interested in. Here is some info from the website: “We are an in-home hobby breeder of this breed. All of our puppies come from the healthiest bloodlines. We give each puppy for $650 (males) and $650 (females) and an additional shipping fee of $265 to all our clients living outside four (4) hours drive to us. We accept local pickups and visits ( We are located in Roland, AR, 72135) if you are within the state or less than 4 hours drive, but if you are more than 4 hours drive away, we will only use a delivery service for the safety of your puppy. We raise our babies to be loving pups and make sure they grow into being loving adults.
Trust me they are spoiled rotten by the time you get them. We get compliments all the time about how loving & well socialized they are. Anything would come out spoiled after living with us for thirteen (10) weeks or longer.”
The form of acceptable payment to the scammer were PayPal, Zelle, Venmo. Once paid, the scammer sent Bill of sale to review, sign and send back. Then the next day shipping company emailed the delivery details and asked to pay Insurance for the puppy in the amount of $1,500. They said it will be refunded when the puppy is delivered to us. We contacted the scammer that this is not in the original discussion. The scammer emailed back and said, “I also received an email and a call from the shipping company saying they will be needing an insurance cover for the puppy , they said it a new law placed by the pet control, sorry I was not aware of this was going happen but I do trust the shipping company to refund the money to you when the puppy is delivered at your home.
Please follow introduction from the shippers so they can proceed with your shipment. Thanks you for trusting me.”
We told the scammer that since this fee is refundable, he needs to pay $1,500 and once the puppy’s delivered to us, he would get the $1,500 refund. We never heard back from him.
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