Cumming, Georgia
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I was a victim of a scammer that used the fragile oodle. DO NOT USE this website of any transactions because it will take no responsibility, you'll find no phone to call and it's very easy for a scammer make their listings. I spent $500 and obviously saw no puppies. Once I found out the person showed his real thief side and cursed at me because he knows he won't be caught.

Here a fraudulent ad:

Be careful with the phone number: 929-324-1139 - SCAMMER CROOK.

Review about: Oodle Dogs Ads.

I didn't like: Scam, Fraudulent seller, Leading to fraudulent shipper.

Review #813737 is a subjective opinion of a user.

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Reason of Review / Monetary Loss Unsafe Site / $500
Preferred solution Full refund

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I received this exact email, except it was for 2 boxer puppies! The use of English made me suspicious so I searched the phone number with the word scam and found out my gut instinct was right.

I hope nobody else falls for this!

The email listed is michel travisin @ gmail com ** even the name is spelled suspicously**


sorry you lost $$$ but these are one of the oldest scams around

i can't believe people fall for this still.

why on earth would you pay $$ for something someone is GIVING away.

for future reference ANYTIME someone wants $$$ to send you something they're "giving" away its a scam

to Anonymous #1134297

Pet adoptions aren't free because you have to cover for expenses (vaccines, registrations, shipping). I agree this an old scam and that is how websites like eBay and Amazon evolved and are much safer today and that's my point.

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