I just received this email- I have no idea why because I already have 6 dogs and I am not looking for another one. Anyways, Is this a scam? If the person is an Oncologist Doctor - she should at least get the grammar and spelling correct.
My name is Susan,I am an Oncologist Doctor, i work for different prominent hospital, I came across your email address through am email surfing Affiliated with the US chamber of Commerce, and My late Grandma was a puppy breeder, She died about 4 months ago and she left 2 Female English Bulldog,2 Female Yorkshire Terrier and 1 Male before she die, one of the Female puppy recently had a litter 3 puppies, They are so adorable, Due to my job as a Oncologist Doctor, My job do not allow me to take good care of these babies, I would have love to take care of them myself but due to the nature of my job i do hardly have time for my self, So i want to find them caring & loving parent who will take good care of them and willing to adopt, if you interested in having one of them, please contact me immediately,for more details and information.
Oh lord, now scammers are personally emailing people... Don't fall for it! Don't even respond! I've actually read that name in an email I got, after questioning an advertisement for bulldogs on my local news channels classifieds web site. Just ignore the email and let everyone else know. Hopefully no one falls victim to it.
Scam.... run, do not walk in the opposite direction! If nothing else, even if this had the slightest chance of being legitimate, look at the breeds listed, puppies & the fact that one or more pups supposedly died recently!
***Edited By: pyrmom on 4/7/2008 5:01:49 PM*** Reason: *
"Don't accept your dog's admiration as conclusive evidence that you are wonderful".
An oncologist wouldn't say "i'm an onocologist Doctor" (well at least I wouldn't think so) It's probably a scam where they will want you to send them a "small fee" and then promise to deliver the dogs then run away with your money.
I get the same ads all the time, along with the ones that want to send me millions of dollars in fake checks after i send them 10,000 in good ones. No dummy here. Delete them as they come in and be glad that you did not allow yourself to be snookered.
If you are a dog and your owner suggests that you wear a sweater, suggest that he wear a tail.
Yep and I got some long lost relative that died and was rich and I am the closest person they can find to claim the money..haha Ok why did you skip my grandpa and parents who are all still alive? I just have to send some money so thay can pay to transfer the money to me and o-yea send my bank info so they can wire it directly there. I wonder how many people really believe this stuff.
Sounds like the ones I get all the time informing me that I am the last hope to save the million dollar estate left my my distant relative who died in a plane crash in Africa. Mine even comes with a link to CNN with an article about an actual plane crash. Who knew I was related to so many oil barons living abroad?? Mine are all from various "attorneys" or "barristers" who also can not spell or write a gramatically correct sentence.
I figured it was a scam- I definitely can not take any more dogs in. I just wanted other people to see this email. I figured if in the email you are not grammatically correct and your spelling is off you will not get a reply from me.