They are the same company as Lucky
Stars Yorkie under different name.They offer free shipping and they want their money sent by Western Union,Money Gram,there are no direct links to them.Very same Web pages.The puppies pictures have Lucky Star Yorkie name under them.Im glad I caught on before I sent money.They will not respond back now.
Review by Kiti Spotti4 years ago
Bought a puppy and never received it
Review by Toriann4 years ago
Bought a yorkie puppy and didnt get the dog.
Review by Khalilullah Matisko4 years ago
I paid 550.00 via Moneygram to have the puppy delivered. Then I got a email supposedly from someone at PetSmart delivery service demanding 970 for flight insurance. I told them I would be there to pick up the puppy. The man then said that only the person who dropped off the puppy could pick her up. Mr. Brotherson said he'd be in touch and I haven't heard from him. I have contacted 7onyourside to let them know what happened. Hopefully someone will go to jail or have to refund the money or produce the puppy.
Review by Barahona4 years ago
I got pitchers of the dogs after I filled out all the info. He then said I was cleared to adopt the puppies so from there I sent the money by money gram which to me threw up a red flag but he made clear it sound very legit. Then petsmart delivery got in touch with me and said I needed to pay for shipping around $1000, he said they needed this by money transfer and I'd get it all back in cash upon delivery. Then man selling the dogs was in Baltimore Maryland and then guy with petsmart delivery was a man with a very strong Mexican accent from Texas using a text now app for his phone number that's when I knew 100% it was a scam. Once I asked for my money back I was given more excuses then they quit talking to me..
Review by Woodroffe4 years ago
After filling out a questionnaire with my contact information, they sent an e-mail explaining the process, including the payment by MoneyGram-that should have been my first clue! Then, after a couple of days, and a few phone calls at my wife's insistance, an e-mail was sent explaining that "federal regulations required that animals younger than 10 weeks required insurance in order to be shipped across the country. They then sent a misspelled and poor-looking invoice, supposedly from a third party, requiring me to MoneyGram $970, telling me that 98% would be reimbursed upon arrival of the puppy. After I DID NOT FALL FOR THIS, I called this supposed individual, Lawrances Bortherton, and demanded a refund, to which he replied "I'll call you at the end of the day to give you the wire transfer information." He hasn't answered the phone since. That was 5 days ago.
Review by Suchaipong4 years ago
Not return my call and email
I by a dog female her name is Joyce and they send me various email that dog is ready for shipping and another companies send me email that I have to pay for insurance for travel wish that's no what is talk me.
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