Who are diamondvalleypuppies.net?
Diamondvalleypuppies.net use the email [email protected].
The puppy Scam is a type of scam involves a pet being advertised for sale at an extremely low price, often with a sad story attached. The seller will often ask for payment to be made upfront for delivery or shipping costs, but the pet will never arrive.
Fraudsters like Diamondvalleypuppies.net will pose as legitimate yorkshire terrier breeders or pet sellers. They will often use fake photos and information to lure in potential buyers. They may ask for payment to be made upfront for the pet and will not provide any further information or contact details. If Diamondvalleypuppies.net do give an address, it will be at the opposite end of the country from you.
Can I trust diamondvalleypuppies.net reviews?
Diamondvalleypuppies.net may have multiple good reviews online but can you trust them? The simple answer is “No”.
When a criminal creates a scam website like Diamondvalleypuppies.net they will also create fake reviews on their actual website. It is not uncommon for them to have a page devoted to these fake reviews. If you search for the text of the review you will often find identical reviews on other scam websites.
Scammers will also create fake reviews on Facebook, TrustPilot as well as any other review websites that allow unvalidated reviews.
Is Diamondvalleypuppies.net legit?
How long has Diamondvalleypuppies.net existed?
Diamondvalleypuppies.net may look like a legitimate breeder however there are many red flags to watch out for.
If you check the WHOIS for Diamondvalleypuppies.net you will see that it was registered on 31 of July 2023 which is only 2 weeks ago.
The domain is only registered for 2 year and expires in July 2024 which is in 1 year.
Recheck the website. Does this match with what they say about their company? Do they claim to be be established for much longer than the website has been running?
Where are Diamondvalleypuppies.net located?
It is very difficult to accurately find the location for Diamondvalleypuppies.net. Scammers will often ask you for your location and then claim to be at the opposite side of the country. This allows them to scam you out of even more money by charging you for pet transportation services.
One thing they that is certain is that the information they give you will be false.
Their domain was registered with the following information:
Email address: Not Known
Name Used: Not Known
Organisation: Not Known
Physical address: Not Known
City: Not Known
Zip: Not Known
Country: Not Known
Most times the address on the WHOIS is not the location of the scammer. Very often they will use a privacy service to hide their details.
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What to do next?
Our goal is to gather as much information as possible about Diamondvalleypuppies.net and the individuals behind it. By providing us with details about the criminals, we can create a comprehensive understanding of the scammer’s network and take steps to shut it down.
We welcome any information about the scammers, even if you haven’t lost any money. Disrupting their payment methods can have a greater impact on their operations than just shutting down a website, which can easily be recreated.
Protip: If the scammers provide you with bank account information, request that they use Bitcoin instead. If they offer a Zelle account, ask for a bank account to transfer the funds to. You can report multiple accounts to us for further investigation.
You should never give your banking information to these scammers
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