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report them and open investigation and report them as scammers the website looks legit but all of it is a scam
I bought a parrot for $ 500 and 150 for shipping and taxes, made payments through zelle because they didn't have a secured account to make a payment all zelle transfers were to different people parrot was sold with health certificate and fully vaccinated, and supposed to be delivered today they sent me the shipping ticket and the shipping company was a phony one with phony phone numbers I couldnt reach anybody but I received a text from another nombre that they had my parrot but I had to pay another $495.oo that customs was requiring I called customs at the airport they had no information about a parrot being transported by that company and that such company did not exist i called the supplier at Madi Parrots and their phone is disconnected they had changed the phone numbers three times and disconnect them I know I cannot get my money back but at least I want to report the company of Madison Parrot Breeders for being scammers
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Pet scammers typically advertise on free websites such as Craigslist, in local newspapers, or social media sites like Facebook advertising pets that do not exist. Some even create their own websites which often only provide an email address or portal to contact them and occasionally a phone number. They display expensive animals, for examples bulldogs, miniatures, toy breeds, or exotic pets at low prices or extreme discounts. They may even offer the pets at no cost but claim you need to pay for shipping. These ads are usually a scam.
The scammers frequently want to receive payments by wire transfer or prepaid payment methods. Once they have your attention and coax you out of money they come up with a variety of excuses why the pet cant be delivered until more money is paid. They may claim you have to pay for crating, entry fees, vaccinations, etc. The victim never gets the pet and they are out of hundreds and sometimes thousands of dollars, not to mention the disappointment that comes with not being able to get the pet.
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