is not a delivery company. It is a website created by scammers to charge you fees like premium pet insurance.

June 22, 2020
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Track and go freight – Moving. Relocating. Securely

Track and go freight – Moving. Relocating. Securely,,

Email used: NOT KNOWN, Please add to comments below
Phone number used: +61 488 890 705
Names used: NOT KNOWN, Please add to comments below
Physical address used*: NOT KNOWN, Please add to comments below
*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 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. 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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This screenshot was taken on July 26, 2019

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Who registered was registered on July 5, 2019 with NAMECHEAP INC .

It was registered using the following details:

Name:WhoisGuard Protected ([email protected])
Address:P.O. Box 0823-03411,

These details are correct as of today (July 26, 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 [email protected].
It was registered 21 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 NAMECHEAP INC.
NAMECHEAP INC 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 NAMECHEAP INCs Terms and Conditions!

To send an abuse report to NAMECHEAP INC please click the red button below and complete the email to help shut down!

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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?

As well as reporting this to the Registrar it is very important to report this crime to your local Law Enforcment. We have compiled a list of Law Enforcement agencies worldwide.You can find a link (here) as well as reporting wire fraud using money transfer agencies (here).

If you live in the US it is important to report this scam to the BBB. Click here to see why. As well as the Better Business Bureau you should report this crime to the Federal Trade Commission. See Here

5 Responses

  1. I also emailed this person about a puppy and he responded that he lived in Broken Hill and gave me details for air shipping the puppy including prices. Coincidentally I also emailed someone else about another puppy and the response I received was very similar (but in Hobart this time). In some places the two emails used the exact same odd phrases and grammatical errors! Obviously red flags went up. I googled the email addresses and found this page. The two email address to be aware of are:
    [email protected]
    [email protected]
    Complete scammers!

  2. https://www.[redacted].com/
    Avoid this site, I have contacted three people about buying a pup, all three have been scammers. They advertise locally then tell you they are located interstate and ask for transport fees. Their emails are unusually long and poorly written, one even claimed they needed to sell the pups because they belonged to her daughter who had just died coming home from piano lessons. Problem is she had another 10 different breeds for sale, I don’t see how people fall for this bit obviously someone does or they scammers wouldn’t keep trying

  3. I contacted him about a pup and the email he sent back sounded a bit rediculous, one thing he mentioned was that he was a hobby breeder yet he has 15 different breeds of pups for sale on the same page. So I googled his email and found this page

  4. Alex Daniel Casperllano is the person behind this. He tried selling me a puppy, then tried to get me to pay for insurance.

    I sent him a policy number from a reputable insurance company which could be cancelled and be refunded instantly, as by law you don’t have to have insurance and can choose to waiver damages. After this he disappeared.

    Have reported him to ACCC, scamwatch and AFP. His email address is [email protected]
    I have photos of his passport, car rego and his Facebook account. Unfortunately I was dumb enough to pay a deposit, but caught on when things wasn’t right.

    So I’m happy to name and shame him for being a lowlife scum! I know, very doubtful I’d get my money back.

    • Hi – the name “Alex Casperllano” is likely a fake name provided by the scammers. The passport you have received was likely a victim of identity theft. These scams are mostly run by Cameroonians or Indians.


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