Perfectmainecoon.com

Perfectmainecoon.com is a scam website. These scammers create fake websites and then pay to advertise them online using stolen credit cards. This is not a review, they are criminals!

July 3, 2019
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Who are Perfectmainecoon.com?

perfect maine coons, http://Perfectmainecoon.com, www.Perfectmainecoon.com

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*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

Perfectmainecoon.com are criminals. Their goal is to steal your money.
They will lie, they will tell you sob stories, they will send you pictures of kittens which they have found online, they will assure you of their faith and religion – anything to get your money!

These scammers offer huge discounts that no actual maine coon kitten breeder would ever offer.If you see an offer that is too good to be true, it probably is. After you have paid the (hugely discounted) initial fee for the kitten you will be introduced to the “shipping company”.

The Scam Delivery company is simply another website created by the scammer to charge you even more fees for everything from delivery, an air conditioned travel crate, medical insurance for your kitten and even ask you to pay for premium pet food for your kitten!

To see some of these scam delivery companies have a look at Scam Shipping Company.

To see more scam websites involving maine coon kittens have a look at Maine Coon Kitten Scams.

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Perfectmainecoon

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Who registered Perfectmainecoon.com?


Perfectmainecoon.com was registered on June 26, 2019 with NETWORK SOLUTIONS, LLC. .

It was registered using the following details:

Name: PERFECT PRIVACY, LLC (2nmh4r6ee6g6t8mo82fkmsdc2q@domaindiscreet.com)
Address: 12808 Gran Bay Pkwy West,
Jacksonville,
FL,
32258,
United States

These details are correct as of today (July 2, 2019) but the name and address could possibly belong to an innocent third party if the domain was registered using a stolen credit card.
Perfectmainecoon.com was registered using the email address 2nmh4r6ee6g6t8mo82fkmsdc2q@domaindiscreet.com.
It was registered 6 days ago. on June 26, 2019  and expires June 26, 2020.

To look at it another way, this “company” only started June 26, 2019 and does not plan to be using the website after June 26, 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?

Perfectmainecoon.com was registered with the domain registrar NETWORK SOLUTIONS, LLC..
NETWORK SOLUTIONS, LLC. 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 NETWORK SOLUTIONS, LLC.s Terms and Conditions!

To send an abuse report to NETWORK SOLUTIONS, LLC. please click the red button below and complete the email to help shut down Perfectmainecoon.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

12 Responses

  1. My husband just got scammed… he was trying to surprise me with the kitten I’ve wanted for so long. He paid the deposit with Zelle and was going to pay the shipping, but luckily Zelle wouldn’t let him pay anymore for the day. He had requested PayPal information from these people, in order to pay the shipping and they had not provided it. That’s when he told me and I just started doing research and came across this posting. These people need to be stopped!!!

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  2. I believe I just got scammed by them. I just put down the deposit for the kittens but that’s it. How can I get it back?

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  3. My mom was just scammed by them. She was gonna go all the way to North Carolina a 5 hour drive to pick up the cat when she called the airport and they said there is no cat there. She played 1200 dollars on a air conditioned crate. I told her it seemed weird but she just thought I was being negative. So what should we do now?

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    • Hi, well it completely depends on how she paid. I would firstly contact the bank with a fraud claim and work from there. You may also wish to contact law enforcement too.

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  4. 17133735561
    Is the number they’re currently using.
    It seems almost every site if looked at is a scam so I think I’m just gonna stick to saving a kitten from the pound.

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  5. I almost fell for it but it was to good to be true. I have a current number (718)255-9436 as of 8-16-2019 please stop these people.

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  6. I scammed the scammers of perfectmainecoons. Would it be okay for me to submit screenshots of our text/email conversation? It’s pretty comical! ~ Diane

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    • Hi Diane, I strongly urge you to drop any communications that you have with this scammer unless you are scambaiting from a fake email address so that the scammer has no access to your personal information (phone # etc). The reason for this is that it is easy to forget that these individuals are criminals and if sufficiently motivated can cause serious harm. They operate in sophisticated gangs and often have members in the US. Indeed, there are scambaiting communities out there, however their number #1 golden rule is to “bait safely” (IE: the criminal has no way to know who you are in real life).

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