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Pet Scammers use Americanairlogisticsmovers.com in order to make it appear you are receiving your pet. Then they charge you even more money!

August 2, 2019
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Who are Americanairlogisticsmovers.com?

American Air Logistics Movers

American Air Logistics Movers, http://Americanairlogisticsmovers.com, www.Americanairlogisticsmovers.com

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Americanairlogisticsmovers.com are advertising s for sale online. They use stolen credit cards and invent identities to defraud people shopping for a online.
In the first email, the scammer will ask all the right questions, putting you through the motions to prove your suitability: how would we care for our , how would we train him, how often would he be alone?

Then the fraudsters emails will get shorter and normally keep to sms messages. This is because the first email is a template where as you are now dealing with the actual scammer.

The “Scam Breeder” will ignore any questions about their affiliation with any clubs or organisations, and questions about the ‘s parents. The main focus now is convincing you to pay as soon as possible. The will be shipped to you by the scammers perferred delivery company. There is no other option. If you insist on picking up your new they will eventually agree. It makes no difference to them if you travel for 4 hours because they are not at the address they claim to be.

Americanairlogisticsmovers.com will claim to deliver the using a Fraudulent Delivery company which is actually another scam website they set up in order to steal your money by charging for non existent delivery, a air conditioned travel crate, medical insurance for your as well as multiple other fees.

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Who registered Americanairlogisticsmovers.com?


Americanairlogisticsmovers.com was registered on May 19, 2019 with NameSilo, LLC .

It was registered using the following details:

Name:Domain Administrator ([email protected])
Address:1928 E. Highland Ave. Ste F104 PMB# 255,
Phoenix,
AZ,
85016,
United States

These details are correct as of today (August 1, 2019) but the name and address could possibly belong to an innocent third party if the domain was registered using a stolen credit card.
Americanairlogisticsmovers.com was registered using the email address [email protected].
It was registered 2 months and 13 days ago. on May 19, 2019  and expires May 19, 2020.

To look at it another way, this “company” only started May 19, 2019 and does not plan to be using the website after May 19, 2020 as it has only a 1 year registration.

Would you trust these people enough to pay them money?


How can I shut down down a website?

Americanairlogisticsmovers.com was registered with the domain registrar NameSilo, LLC.
NameSilo, LLC have an email especially for domains that break their terms and conditions. Setting up a website with the sole intention of stealing money is definitely against NameSilo, LLCs Terms and Conditions!

To send an abuse report to NameSilo, LLC please click the red button below and complete the email to help shut down Americanairlogisticsmovers.com!

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If you have any further information please post it in the comments section below. We are particularly interested in names, email address and phone numbers used by these scammers.

What to do next?

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16 Responses

  1. SCAM!! Vanessa Kuntz!! Posted an ad in Century City and said she recently relocated a few weeks ago to MT; however, after reading others comments (thank you) this heffa moved out there months ago but using same verbiage. What is this a Nigerian scam.. Idiots!

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  2. Just exchanged emails with a similar person with similar MO. When I asked to do a virtual meet and greet it all ended abruptly. Total scam.

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  3. Same person. I am forever grateful that this was posted bc I almost fell for it. Thanks for the insight! I received the same email from a Vanessa Pincher for Rottweilers.

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  4. I was looking on Craigslist , looking for a Rottweiler and I found this person too. The email address I sent an email to was different from the one that replied ([email protected]). We wrote back and forth twice but the verbiage seemed off so I found this site to confirm this is a scam. This ad was located on the Jacksonville Florida Craigslist site.

    She wrote the exact same thing the previous comment said:

    I have decided to give out these puppies to any one who is ready to take
    good care of them and we are happy you are willing to do so. All we need
    from you is your love for the babies. I really wanted to meet with you so
    you can pick up yourself but since you are not in our area and it’s a
    distances of about 16 hrs ride on car i don’t know if you will make up the
    ride to come pick up today or tomorrow. We just relocate some few weeks ago
    to *4025 Lake Point Dr,
    Helena, MT 59602*. Better still if you cant make it up, they can be
    registered to a near by pets transportation company and will be home
    delivered to you ok. All you will have to do is paying for the
    transportation fee so they be home delivered to you okay. since i lost my
    son i have be looking for loving and caring home .
    and all i want in return is just you to take care of them and send me
    monthly pictures so i can see their progress.
    Emails that they use are:
    [email protected]
    [email protected]

    Also told me the story about her son having cancer and dying. Glad I didn’t fall for this!

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  5. So glad for the heads up, I was looking on Craigslist , looking for a Rottweiler and this is the person that I found. We wrote back and forth and in the end this is what she/he wrote. So sad because I was really looking for a new puppy.
    I have decided to give out these puppies to any one who is ready to take
    good care of them and we are happy you are willing to do so. All we need
    from you is your love for the babies. I really wanted to meet with you so
    you can pick up yourself but since you are not in our area and it’s a
    distances of about 16 hrs ride on car i don’t know if you will make up the
    ride to come pick up today or tomorrow. We just relocate some few weeks ago
    to *4025 Lake Point Dr,
    Helena, MT 59602*. Better still if you cant make it up, they can be
    registered to a near by pets transportation company and will be home
    delivered to you ok. All you will have to do is paying for the
    transportation fee so they be home delivered to you okay. since i lost my
    son i have be looking for loving and caring home .
    and all i want in return is just you to take care of them and send me
    monthly pictures so i can see their progress.
    Emails that they use are:
    [email protected]
    [email protected]
    Also gave me the whole story about her son having cancer- which is really sad since I do have cancer. Really disappointed.

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  6. Saw on craiglist/seattle for french bulldog puppies. Sent email to the address stated on the ad (jimsteller578). Got an email back from kk3vanessa(vanessa kuntz). Same as everyone said above, lots of questions about where I live, dead son, etc. Said I could have the puppy but since I was a 16 hour drive I would probably want to ship the dog. Sounded to good to be true, so I googled and here I am. Glad I did that.

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  7. I just came across a Craigslist ad yesterday. Selling Rottweiler puppies. I emailed [email protected] but got a response from Vanessa kuntz Who then told me she wanted these puppies to go to a great home and that her son passed away a few weeks ago from long term cancer. She inquired my place of residence and how I can reassure her that the puppy would be taken care of and insist I send pictures of the puppy because her son’s love for them. I sent her an email back asking where they’re coming from because the ad said Bakersfield CA. I also asked how much for rehoming and adoption fee. She avoid the question and then sent an email with address Helena, MT. and insisted she can register at a near by pet store and all I have to do is pay transportation fee. No thank you. I was scammed a few years ago. Be cautious everyone. Read the list of possible scams.

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  8. So we wanted to adopt a puppy for our son as he is turning 11 soon. We went through the website Rescueme.org and came across the infamous Mrs Vanessa Kuntz. Emails went back and forth. She wanted to give the dogs a good home because her son had “passed from cancer”. You have to be pretty sick to use this as bait. Anywho, we started noticing that the email replies were off. We stated it was far and that the cost would be over 1k to transport the dog and she insisted it would be only $300. This was the first red flag to search the name on google. The emails kept insisting for a precise address and listed other questions over and over again. This led me to think something was off. Im glad I found this site with her name everywhere and hopefully someone is able to stop this from happening to innocent people that are actually trying to do a good deed.

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  9. Company is a Scam. Watch out for emails from the following: Vanessa Pincher ([email protected]), Charles McNorton ([email protected]), blessing international shippers ([email protected]), [email protected]. [email protected], [email protected]. They have shut down their website: blessingairmovers.com and now are using http://www.Americanairlogisticsmovers.com. Looks like they keep interchanging these websites for this scam. If you get a call from Karl Burns, its a Scam

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  10. So thankful I saw this! We almost fell for this scam. Same person Vanessa Kuntz ( [email protected]) from Helena MT. New company name Blessing Logistics Carrier LTD. for rottweiler puppies. The wanted us to pay through Pell. I couldn’t find them online when I Googled them, but they sent me an email with tracking number & called my number to make a payment over the phone- wouldn’t take credit card. Again, thank you for having this scam alert online.

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  11. Same story, we saw a craigslist add that listed Goldendoodle puppy for free. Vanessa Kuntz emailed on craigslist asking for our email address. when i responded with the email address, then she asked a lot of questions and made it seem that she want the puppies to go to a good home. Then she said that they’re located in Helena Montana and gave us the address. Also she was emailing from . Then she asked that should would ship the puppy and that it will cost $300. Also provided a website https://blessingairmovers.com and tracking number. I almost believed them until i called and found out that it was a google subscriber phone number 1 (510) 779-2438‬‬ and the person that picked up didn’t speak English well. Thankfully we kept searching until we found this website. Thank you for saving us.

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  12. American Air Logistics Movers are good but not that good. I was emailing with a woman Vanessa Kuntz from Helene, Montana. Her emails had red flags from the beginning. No rehoming fee. Grammar was a little off. She then told me she would ship a puppy. I asked her to send me the shipping company’s name, address, confirmation number. She didn’t which was another red flag. Then the shipping company called me to confirm the shipment and get payment. I asked Him about the company, American Air Logistics Movers, and he sent me a link to the website. He then asked me for a zelle payment. Another red flag. I told him thanks for the website and I will send him the payment in a few but I wanted to check out the shipping company first. He asked me to send him the payment while we were still on the call. Another red flag. When I didn’t send the money he sent me a message “ The puppy will go up for pets abandonment and Abuse.“ Do not send money to anyone you cannot confirm. Any respectful Legitimate company will have no issue with you checking up on them.

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  13. I have the same story as Paige. Except my contact was Jasmine Trosclair. American Logistics sent me a statement showing when dog would be transported for $300.00. They assured me that was total costs. Then they wanted $750.00 for insurance which would be returned when dog was delivered, When I as a senior cictzen refused to pay Jasmine sent me an email saying she had $250.00 to get dog sent and how much could I come up with. I refused again and that has ended it and I am out 300.00. My bank is trying to get it back since I went thru them.

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  14. For weeks, I have been emailing back and forth with a woman by the name of Marina Christela ([email protected]) and she had been wanting to get rid of these goldendoodle puppies that she could no longer keep. We only had to pay $440 for the puppies to be shipped, but we asked if she could cover the shipping til they arrived and we would reimburse her. She offered to cover $150 of the payment, which was a good sign that maybe it wasn’t a scam. However, when I asked to see updated pictures of the puppies and photos of their vet records, she would avoid the questions and dodge any kind of answers. I used the pictures of the dogs she had sent me through email to do a reverse image search on google and I found that they were from a breeder’s website. So I emailed the breeder and inquired about the dog and it seemed like a scam. Then the shipping agency (americanairlogisticsmovers) contacted us and my parents believed it was legit so they coughed up the remaining money to cover their shipping. They sent us a flight number and confirmation number, but then a few hours later, they were demanding that we pay an additional $650 to cover the puppies’ insurance costs. They told us that if we did not cover the costs, we would be accused of abandonment and abuse of the puppies as they have already been flown to an airport somewhere. They assured us that we would be refunded the $650 once the puppies arrived and that if anything were to go wrong, we could sue them. Thankfully, we thought better of the situation and decided not to pay the additional insurance cost.
    PLEASE DO NOT FALL FOR THIS SCAM LIKE WE DID, IF IT SEEMS TOO GOOD TO BE TRUE THEN IT PROBABLY IS.
    Our family is absolutely devastated and heartbroken, as we had been searching everywhere in the country for affordable hypoallergenic dogs because the youngest child in the family is allergic. Now we are out $290, and extremely disappointed as well.
    Their contact details are as follows: [email protected] (person posting the ad)
    [email protected] (email for “shipping company”)
    https://americanairlogisticsmovers.com/index.html (URL for “shipping company” website)
    1(406)219-8055 (phone number for “shipping company”)

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