Our Mission

Petscams.com was created with the purpose of cataloguing the latest websites built by scammers. We aim to cause as much disruption to their activities as possible.

Petscams.com deal only with "paid for" domains like ".com", ".net", etc etc. Scammers can spend a considerable time and effort to create and publicize these websites. We find that many people do not know how or who to complain to in order to shut them down.

For this reason, we do not deal with Facebook pages or Craigslist adverts as there are already well documented methods of shutting down these pages.

puppy-scammer-list

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Adorablebordercolliepuppies.com might have the cutest pictures of BorderColliess, but don’t let them fool you, they are all scams. Remember, a little bit of caution can go a long way in protecting you and your future furry companion.

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Be cautious of Cockerspanielpuppiesforadoptionnearme.com, they use photos of cute CockerSpanielss to manipulate your emotions and deceive you into paying for unnecessary expenses such as pet food, insurance, and veterinary bills. It is a scam operation, so always do your research and be vigilant when looking to buy a CockerSpaniels online.

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“FREE ! Just pay for shipping” sounds too good to be true? Unfortunately, it likely is. Donsmaincoonkittens.com is a scam operation that uses photos of Kittenss from legitimate breeders in their online advertisements.

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Please note that this is not a review of Thechampchows.com. Unfortunately, they are a criminal organization that deceives people by falsely claiming to sell YorkshireTerrierss and stealing their money. So, always be cautious and do your research when looking to buy a YorkshireTerriers online.

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If an offer for purebred Dachshundss at bargain prices seems too good to be true, it’s likely a scam. This is especially true if the offer is associated with the website Theheavenlyflowers.com.

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Be careful when you see an offer for purebred Maltipoos at prices that seem too good to be true. It’s likely that it’s a scam and you should stay away from it. If the offer is associated with the website Puphen.com, it’s definitely a scam, so be extra cautious! Remember, when in doubt, trust your gut and don’t be afraid to walk away from a suspicious offer.