Air Conditioned Travel crate? Premium pet health insurance? are part of a scam which charges but never delivers.

July 28, 2019
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Who are

Domestic Pet Ways Ltd.,,

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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 July 5, 2019 with Hostinger, UAB .

It was registered using the following details:

Name:Asuipin Johnson (
Address:sacramento street drive,
United States

These details are correct as of today (July 28, 2019) 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 23 days ago. on July 5, 2019  and expires July 5, 2020.

To look at it another way, this “company” only started July 5, 2019 and does not plan to be using the website after July 5, 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? was registered with the domain registrar Hostinger, UAB.
Hostinger, UAB 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 Hostinger, UABs Terms and Conditions!

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What to do next?

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9 Responses

  1. is a scam. They sent me muktiole photos of legit French bulldogs. Multiple of the same puppy with a golden retriever. They had me pay using zelle. I paid 500 for the puppy. I get an email saying they dropped the puppy at the place to be put on the plane. Then I get an email saying they need to rent out a crate to make sure the puppy is safe. I have never shipped a pet before and they were asking 984 for the crate. To be done with american express gift cards or cash app. Well we backed out and now the “seller” is not responding…please don’t fall for it. All customer reviews and “testimonials” are as fake as the photos they send you.


    Those are all the sources of communication used to scam me out of $250 using Zelle. Thankfully I got whiff of red flags early and talked them into taking only a 50% deposit, thinking I was protecting myself, but before coming to the full realization of how bad the situation was. They originally wanted $500 up front though, and eventually asked for an additional $480 more for their story about the upgraded crate. Someone please shut these people down!

  3. We just got scammed from Vivian’s Kittens and Atlantic Pet Ways! Found a cute kitten on their website and they said to send them our information and to send them through Zelle $400 for the kitten and $99 for the delivery. So we sent a total of $499 against my better judgement. I had googled these people and did not find much about them good or bad so I thought since not bad maybe this is legitimate. This kitten is for my mother so I was the one who was helping and making sure it was ok. Well I didn’t do the best in protecting her money. The communication with this guy was steady by phone and text 281-624-2130 so it seemed real. He tells us his name is Evan but then when we went to send the Zelle payment it was sending to Antonio Sparks at Later in the day they tell us shipping confirmation will be told to us the next day. Got a call from 920-710-1362 (same number as someone above stated) Telling us to confirm our information. Once that was done next email states that the kitten needed to be sent in a thermal electronic crate because of the kittens age. They ranged from $998 to $1200 and stated we would fully be refunded our money. No way to contact anyone at Atlantic Pet Ways except for email. They are the ones that said they needed a better crate. Kitten was at the airport waiting so it was an urgent need. Contacted Vivian’s kittens no answer but only text(says he was at work) Told him that is seemed odd and that maybe he should pay for it for us. He says over and over trust me we use them all the time they are a good company. He doesn’t have the money to do it. I asked him what the phone number was to contact Atlantic Pet Ways he gave me 409-420-8792. Contacted them they state that they have this rental program and they will send me an email with info on how to send money. OOPS big RED FLAG- Send cash Western Union $994 for this crate. Nope stopped it right there. Found this site and saw the same exact number being used only a different breeder and a different transport company all in Richmond TX which is ironic. This company says address of 706 Newell, Richmond TX 77469. Got scammed! Lost $499. Still the guy texted me telling me he was a Christian and would never do this to anyone. They all had accents, probably from out of the country. Requested money back says 7 days and I told him yes it better be done or will contact authorities! email from shipping company, which is what others said was from Domestic Pet Ways(geeze they don’t even know how to spell!) Hope I can help someone else from making the mistake! (OH btw the facebook icon on Atlantic Pet Ways site is a female models site) Too many suspicious things but the beginning of it seems legit, BUT NOT!

  4. is a scam and they use this address 18723 Camden Heights Ln Richmond, TX 77407 for shipment. this is the website they use for shipments. DO NOT FALL FOR IT. luckily they only scammed me on $500 but wanted $3000 from me.

  5. Hello everyone,
    I just happened to experience the same situation. I believed I was purchasing a puppy for $500 from Everything seemed legitimate. I even had text messages from the phone 281-972-7162. They asked me to send the money through Zelle to a person name Andrew Zimmer. When the transfer was made, the shipment company Domestic Pet Ways called me with the same story Madison explained above. The phone number they used was 469-712-7719. Then I became suspicious and search about the company and I found this. 🙁

  6. Embarrassed to say I was taken on this same ride by MemyMaineCoons (kittens). They sold me a kitten that included shipping (against my better judgment). They told me the kitten would travel with a “pet nanny” and that I could pick up the kitten from the “pet nanny” at the airport. That sounded promising. They said the next day I’d be contacted by the agency with final arrangements (after they took my $500 of course!). Next morning as promised I was contacted via email and text message by the agency (Domestic Petways) from number (920) 710-1362 (probably a throw-away phone). Email came from As per the comment above, they went so far as to tell me the pet nanny was at the airport with my kitten but due to the kitten’s age, she would need a special crate for proper ventilation, blah blah. The cheapest option was $994 with other “better quality” options ranging up to $1,200 – for a crate! They assured me that the crate money would be refunded upon safe delivery of the kitten. At this point I had more information to do research online and found these comments, avoiding the extra requested charges. Thank goodness, but it was still an expensive lesson learned. I asked “if the pet nanny was prepared to travel WITH the kitten, then WHY wouldn’t they have the proper crate to begin with?!” Needless to say it was a hoax, and as soon as I mentioned contacting the authorities, all communication stopped from both MemyMaineCoons ( and from Domestic Petways.

  7. Stay away from Wendi Ausie Puppies!!! I was just scammed by a breeder that seemed legitimate until I got an email confirmation from Domestic Pet Ways that had details of the puppy’s tracking information. They immediately called me to tell me the crate she was supposed to be shipped in was unsatisfactory and needed to be upgraded to a temperature controlled crate that costed $1000. I looked into their website and immediately knew it was a scam. Unfortunately, I lost $500 to the dishonest breeder.

    They are currently using the address: 18723 Camden Heights Ln Richmond, TX 77407 as their business location and the phone number 781-327-2491.
    Their email address is


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