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

November 3, 2017
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Who are

Coleman – Pups Home

Email used:
Phone number used: +19293677365
Names used: NOT KNOWN, Please add to comments below
Physical address used*: 9735 E Lake Highlands Dr, Dallas, TX 75218
*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 a website that was created with the sole intention of scamming people.
This website claims to sell pets but in fact they charge you for a pet that they never deliver.
They then claim to deliver the pet using a Fraudulent Delivery company which is actually another website they set up which steals your money for charging for non existent delivery.
This is not a website review of as they do not offer a service. They are criminals.



This screenshot was taken on 03/11/2017

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Who registered was registered on May 29, 2017 with NAMECHEAP INC .

It was registered using the following details:

Name: WhoisGuard Protected (
Address: P.O. Box 0823-03411,

These details are correct as of today (November 3, 2017) 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 5 months and 5 days ago on May 29, 2017  and expires May 29, 2018.

To look at it another way, this “company” only started May 29, 2017 and does not plan to be using the website after May 29, 2018 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!

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8 Responses

  1. So this is my friends address and it is awful. People just show up at their house and wait sometimes for hours to see the puppies. And now there are multiple websites all pointing to their address. 🙁 is using the same address. I accidentially found it when it auggested their address on Instagram for puppies for sale. Wtf!?!?

    • That is terrible!
      We need to keep this address online as a warning to victims as scammers are already using it.
      Do you mind if I email you with a part solution?
      Let me know in the comments.

  2. I’m in discussions now with a guy calling himself Steven Paul that is giving away golden retriever puppies. He says he moved from Greensboro, NC to Texas and has two of his late sons 12 week old puppies that he’s giving away without a fee to ensure they go to a good home. Despite advertising in NC, he now needs to ship the dogs from Texas to NC for a fee of $350/dog. He says he only has two and he used this address. His gmail address is I’m flagging his craigslist post and reporting him.

  3. I too have been in discussions with a Steven Paul about 2 golden retrievers of which were his late sons that he was giving away free to a good home. He said he had recently moved from Indiana to Texas and could no longer keep them. He stated he could use a pet transporting agency but I told him I would come get them to make sure they would be taken care of. I’m glad I saw this site first. I have the same email address as the lady in the previous comment shared and my story mirrors hers.

  4. I too have talked to this person about his puppies. I already knew it was probably a scam so I told him I lived in Dallas in the Lake Highlands Park area, he replied back with same BS type reply of he would send them to me even thou he had already said he lived in Dallas. I would almost bet the replies are automated and not even read.
    Good advice is if the seller will not call you and agree to a face to face meeting you can bet it almost 100% a scam. As I do not actually live near Dallas is there a way to have the police check that address to see the there are actually part of this scam or just being used by the scammers?

    • I have done a little research on this, and it seems that the address is actually very real, but that the person living there has no involvement. one of the commenters said that the poor guy that lived there had people stopping by all the time for puppies that he knew nothing about. It’s a cover address to reassure people…..someone would have to physically track the IP address to determine where these guys are physically. I do believe they read replies as I had a lot of back and forth about sending a friend to get them, coming to get them byself, lots of questions on health certifications etc. Once I got too specific and pushed a little too hard, they stopped communicating all together. The transport company the say they use is a real company that operates only within the EU and ships no live cargo at all. The page link they send you looks so legit and has a place to secure your crate by entering your own credit card. It’s nuts. It does seem like there should be a way to shut this down but doubtful someone would care enough to do so. Maybe the HSUS could assist?

  5. It looks like they stay busy. I’m in email contact with them about two Husky puppies that belonged to their son, who recently passed away… In the second email they gave me the address of “9735 E LAKE highland dr, Dallas, TX
    75001”, a quick search lead me to this website – THANKS!!! The email they are using is and the name, “Julianna Johnson.”

    They listed the puppies on Craigslist, without a specific location given. After communication started and we were picked as their number one choice to give the dogs do (they do talk well) they then advised they were in Dallas, Texas, and advised there was a transport company near them that could be used…

    • I would be very interested to see the website they use for the “transportation company” It will be another website built especially to scam people.


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