Postfrenchies.com

Families are being duped into handing over small fortunes to Postfrenchies.com which uses stolen pet pictures to sell fictitious animals online.

April 30, 2018
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Who are Postfrenchies.com?

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POST FRENCHIES, http://Postfrenchies.com, www.Postfrenchies.com

Email used: NOT KNOWN, Please add to comments below
Phone number used: +15015001089
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

Postfrenchies.com is not a puppy breeders website and this is not a review of Postfrenchies.com. This is a warning.

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

They will even send you “proof” by showing you pictures they have stolen off the internet of french bulldog puppys.

Postfrenchies.com will claim to deliver the puppy 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 puppy as well as multiple other fees.

To see more scam websites involving french bulldog puppy have a look at French Bulldog Puppy Scams.

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Who registered Postfrenchies.com?


Postfrenchies.com was registered on April 21, 2018 with TUCOWS, INC. .

It was registered using the following details:

Name: Contact Privacy Inc. Customer 0151328025 ([email protected])
Address: 96 Mowat Ave,
Toronto,
ON,
M6K 3M1,
Canada

These details are correct as of today (April 25, 2018) but the name and address could possibly belong to an innocent third party if the domain was registered using a stolen credit card.
Postfrenchies.com was registered using the email address [email protected].
It was registered and 4 days ago on April 21, 2018  and expires April 21, 2019.

To look at it another way, this “company” only started April 21, 2018 and does not plan to be using the website after April 21, 2019 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?

Postfrenchies.com was registered with the domain registrar TUCOWS, INC..
TUCOWS, 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 TUCOWS, INC.s Terms and Conditions!

To send an abuse report to TUCOWS, INC. please click the red button below and complete the email to help shut down Postfrenchies.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?

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

2 Responses

  1. I was in contact with Postfrenchies.com and attempted to purchase a puppy. After I had sent the money via Western Union, I found out it was a fraud. Luckily, I was able to cancel the transaction thru WU’s fraud dept. The email she gave me was [email protected]. The name she used was Agnes C. Nzoppa.

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