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Corgi Precious Reports & Reviews (11)

- Phoenix, AZ, USA

I came across this website that “sells” corgie puppies for $700. They send me some questions about myself then they told me I could have puppy. Then they send me a contract to sign. I signed it then got the money order in. They ask me to take pictures of the receipt and I send them the tracking number and everything. They told me they would send the puppy the next day. When the morning came around they sent another email asking to rent a crate. I got suspicious because on their website they asked for an extra $100 to fly the puppy. I called them and told them they should take care of that as they promised. They told me i have to rent the crate and they would refund me the money. I told that isn’t my problem they promised the shipment. So i asked for my money back they said it would take 21 days i told them no go to western union and transfer me the money back. Then they hanged up. This people are disgusting.

Capitalization errors in email, “customer testimonials” are just pictures of people with corgis and random names. Website says “Corgi Precious” and email says “Precious Corgis.” Asked to see more pictures and scammer refused, said payment is accepted through various wire transfers. Pictures are obviously stolen.

This site, the contact number and everything affiliated with it is A SCAM. They offer to sell you a dog and want a deposit wired to them to hold the dogs in the pictures. Once they receive any funds they will not reply to emails and will block your number if you try to contact them. PLEASE STAY CLEAR OF THIS SITE. THEY ARE THIEVES.

This man is a criminal. I reported this to the police, fbi, and no one has taken this site down yet. In my research I have found him doing this for the past few years using different corgi sites and he doesn't change anything but phone numbers and addresses. This criminal needs to be stopped. Why are all the authorities letting this get away? They've been warned. Lets see if this is enough to shut his illegal operation down and send him to prison!

Pictures on website of 'available puppies' can be found elsewhere on internet. Requests Walmart, Western Union, or MoneyGram transfer. Emails lack professionalism of website (incorrect grammer etc.)

- Painesville, OH, USA

I believe Corgi's Precious is a puppy-site scammer. I sent a contact request to learn more about the adoption process/contracts/cost etc. The email returned to me had several spelling errors and requested limited information about me (the potential buyer). They also provide additional pictures of the puppies. The site says they are Corgi breeders from Columbus, Ohio. They stated in February 2018 the puppies were 9 weeks old - the pictures of the puppies are in an outside location where there is bright green grass and leaves on the trees ... it's winter and it snowed in Columbus, OH a week ago (I live in NE Ohio). There were several red flags with this, therefore I deleted the email and have not heard back.

- Greenfield, CA, USA

We became interested and impressed with Corgi Precious, this website/breeder, due to the many testimonials they had on their site plus they would send more images of the puppy we intended to purchase. We were told if we paid 50% they'd be able to hold the puppy for us. The puppy was 700 plus another 100 for flying her out to us. We ran into problems when our son fell ill so we had to use half of that money for medical expenses. Luckly we ended up sending out only $200 but it still stings that we were had. They sent us more pictures of the puppy before we sent out the Western Union transfer last week. My husband and I were tipped off by a YouTube video that had the same photo of the puppy we intended to purchase. Today I texted them to send more current pictures of the puppy so we know they actually have the dog because the video left us worried that something wasn't right. I confronted them today about this and needed to see new current pictures of the puppy or there is no money this week for the other portion we were to transfer out to them. Suffice to say at least we're only out of $200. We had purchased a puppy online before but payment was done through PayPal and the breeder was very helpful and upfront every step of the way. I guess we lucked out the first time.

- Hillsboro, OR, USA

We were looking for a Corgi puppy. Their website showed pictures, and prices much lower than other breeders, and invited you to text them. They promise to mail a puppy to your door with papers and items, after you send them money. They only accept Walmart to Walmart or Western Union. We were suspicious and looked up on BBB. The business itself is not mentioned but the scam tactic was identified and sent up a red flag for us.

- Ball Ground, GA, USA

We found an online dog breeder. Did our due diligence to ensure it was legit,so we thought. We spoke with them, asked for pictures, emailed them. Because they were out of state they requested we do a money gram. They received our money and when it was time to ship the dog, they said we needed to send an additional $730. Their website stated the amount we paid was inclusive to shipping. We refused to pay and asked for a refund. They are refusing to refund our money saying it has been turned over to their legal department but we have NOT received our dog. They also refused to send pictures of the dog while at the shipping agency. The agency we received an email from was Air County Express stating we needed to pay an additional amount. (614) 669-2363

- Silver Spring, MD, USA

This is a fake Welsh Corgi breeder website attempting to scam people out of $800 for corgi puppies they will ship to your door.

They send a contract to make it look legitimate. However, they will only accept payment with moneygram. (614-669-2263) If you reverse search images of the puppies you can find them from news articles and on Pinterest.

My fiance and I have been in the process of trying to buy a dog, specifically a corgi. We found the website on google and after looking through the website found a dog we were very interested in. The prices were great at $700 when the average cost of a pure bred corgi is $1000 or more. I contacted them via the website and they were very quick to reply via email. They immediately attached more images of the puppy and asked me a couple questions about myself which I thought was normal because corgi puppies require a lot of attention. After emailing back and forth I noticed that the name the person was signing the emails with was not the same as any of the 3 names listed on the web site. They sent me a bill of sale to sign and the signature was printed on their from a computer and was ineligible. While I thought it was sketchy, I continued by signing the bill of sale and we began to talk about shipping the puppy from Columbus Ohio to where I live. They said shipping would be free and the puppy would be delivered directly to my house. Odd. Especially after they advertised on their website that we would need to pick the puppy up from the airport. I began to google images of the puppy they sent and found a direct match on an online website article from 4 years ago. I also found another site that looked EXACTLY the same, however the name was called elegant corgi instead of precious corgi. I never actually paid for the corgi because they insisted that I wait to pay first thing in the morning and i discovered all of this information prior to the morning.

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