is a scam courier company which charges you for insurance and vaccines without sending you your pet.

September 23, 2018
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Who are

Domestic Pet Flyers – Pets Relocation .

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Physical address used*: 6567 E Mockingbird Ln #300, Dallas, TX 75206, USA

*Scammers use a physical address to appear more legitimate. The address will have no connection to the actual scam as they will be an innocent third  party is not a breeders website and this is not a review of This is a warning.

They claims to sell s but the domain was actually created by criminals in order to defraud people wanting to buy a .
Once you express interest in buying one of the s the scammer will send you a template email telling you a lot of details about the as well as information on the best food to use, and how you should take care of your new .

They will even send you “proof” by showing you pictures they have stolen off the internet of s. will claim to deliver the using a Fraudulent Delivery company.
The “delivery company” is actually another scam website they set up in order to steal your money by charging for non existent delivery, an air conditioned travel crate, medical insurance for your as well as multiple other fees.

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Who registered was registered on September 11, 2018 with Launchpad, Inc. (HostGator) .

It was registered using the following details:

Name: Achuk Johnson (
Address: 7114 Lost Canyon DrDallas,TX 75249,
United States

These details are correct as of today (September 20, 2018) but the name and address could possibly belong to an innocent third party if the domain was registered using a stolen credit card. was registered using the email address
It was registered and 9 days ago on September 11, 2018  and expires September 11, 2019.

To look at it another way, this “company” only started September 11, 2018 and does not plan to be using the website after September 11, 2019 as it has only a 1 year registration.

Would you trust these people enough to pay them money?

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11 Responses

  1. I saw on the craigslist yesterday so I send them a msg.The email their using it is STACEYADERSON@YAHOO. The name of the puppies are RYAN AND CIARA.IS the same question the one I read all the comment. We have a deal already so I send the money to this person.they send me this email. Here is a work cashier information you shall be using to do in Western Union payment directly to our headquarters so we can proceed with the schedule delivery of your puppy you can do the payment at Walgreens store.Cashier No.1 Name:SERGE BOMBI.STATE TEXAS.CITY EL PASO 79835 $300.Were so Lucky it didn’t get through the payment

  2. DO NOT USE THIS COMPANY OR POS that they are!!! Karma will get them! Thankfully I did Not buy this non English speaking fools scam. However , his buddy in Texas was able to scam me for 300.00 dollars. The guy also told me he was a “Christian”, but I asked To speak to his boss and of course he could not put a Supervisor on the line. Shame on them for scamming people at the Holidays!!!! Jerks!!!!

  3. I was just scammed by them. And they called me back as stated looking for an additional 600.00 for me to wire. I refused. But they did get 300.00 out of me. I am reporting all of the associated emails including the so called Christian that said she used them all the time. But her mailing address is the same as listed in the above registrar of the site. I told them I would pick the puppy up and of course, that is not an option. So, I am reporting them .

  4. I contacted a person on Craigslist ad for kittens available for some reason the ad popped up in my state that I live in Columbus Ohio and they live in Texas… Email was a sob story about how their son died and they had to move into his apartment to take over the lease and they do not accepts cats so they have to get rid of his babies and they want them to go to good homes blah blah blah… As I continued communicated through email, I noticed things weren’t adding up… Address was given 9735 E LAKE highland dr Dallas TX 75001 which is not an apartment. When it came time to shipping i asked for the name of the organization… which she text showing a picture of a flyer saying domestic pet after searching Google I see now that it’s a scam! The person is now continually emailing me asking if I would like to go to another carrier service because I took a snapshot and wrote back in email “are you fucking kidding me?”
    Emails were from:

  5. There’s a way to report this people? What’s the name they asked you to send the money on WU?

  6. They already posted an add on craigslist for Australian shepherd puppies.
    hXXps://************ . com/

    Admin: I have removed the url you posted as it appears to be an innocent 3rd party. Scammers will often pretend to be a connected to a legitimate delivery company like Please check to see who has been contacting you and what their contact details are.


    They will reply to using the following:


    Thanks for the interest in regards to the Australian Shepherd puppies we have for adoption. There is a male (Ryan) and female (Ciara) available and are pure breed Australian Shepherd. They are vet checked and will come with all papers needed. The puppies are very playful and are all of absolute temperament as they also love playing with kids and other household animals. They are 11 weeks old and are brother and sister. We’re giving the pups out for an adoption, because we just relocated to a non pets environment and we can’t keep them any longer. We will be very willing to give you these pups if you can promise us of never to sell them, also do get back to us with the answers of our question below so we can have an idea of where our puppies will be going to:

    – Have you own a pet before?
    – Do you have a vet doctor?
    – which city/state are you located in?
    – Are you a breeder?
    – will you take both or just one? if one what sex?
    – Do you have pets loving children at home?
    – Give me a Brief Description about your Environment?
    – Will you take good care for the babies like your own child?

    All i need is just a very caring and loving home for our babies where
    they will be well loved and spoiled to rotten.
    Thanks and will be waiting to read from you again.

  8. Just like what the other comments said it’s all basically a template. But in my case was looking to adopt sent me an email saying they’re moving can’t take their puppies with them said I don’t have to pay adoption fees just the.shipping but when I saw the shipping site saying they only use western union and a Walmart giftcard come on scam site. Check the reviews on their site for a good laugh they all come from pretty highend people.

  9. They posted an add on craigslist for Australian shepherd puppies. I assume they just traget anyone looking to buy a dog. They communicate with you through email and claim to want to give the dog away for free to the right persons.
    They give you tons if details on the dog
    And ask questions about you to make you sale yourself on why youd be the right owner. For example:
    “Have you own a pet before?

    – Do you have a vet doctor?

    – which city/state are you located in?

    – Are you a breeder?

    – will you take both or just one? if one what sex?

    – Do you have pets loving children at home?

    – Give me a Brief Description about your Environment?

    – Will you take good care for the babies like your own child?”

    Once replied they explain they recently moved “really wanted to meet with you so you can pick up yourself but i don’t know if you will make up the ride to come pick up today or tomorrow. We just relocated some few days ago to RICHMOND, TX. Better still if you cant make it up, he can be registered to a near by Pets transportation company and all you will have to do is paying for the transportation fee so he will be home delivered to you okay.” They then say they will transfer the dog to you through a near by pets transportation company and to provide them with this info:
    “Your full name
    Full home address
    Postal/zip code
    Contact numbers
    Nearest airport to your location”
    You then receive an email from
    “Domestic Pet Flyers” and they call you
    From a Texas telephone number “19564332982” a middle eastern guy asks you to send money through western union. He asked us how soon we could send the money because the soonest flight for the puppy was 2 hrs away. At this point i knew it was a scam and we didnt call them back or answer their calls.


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