below is from a Scammer! Some of the emails
may not look like scams, but they all lead to the same
thing. The scammer will pay by check (cashier's check/money
order) for more then the pet is worth, then they will
ask you to send them back the difference in money. A
couple weeks later you find out the check was fake and
the bank will take it out of your account. This scam
can be set up several ways.
key points for pointing out a scammer:
1. Doesn't care much about the pet, just the transaction.
2. Says they will use their own shipper.
3. 95% of the scammers are from overseas (Nigeria, Israel, South Africa)
4. Pays you more then the pet is worth, then asks for the difference in money back.
Date Caught: 3/15/2006
IP Address: 126.96.36.199
Host Information: 188.8.131.52
*Warning* This is a scam.
Description: Named the Border Terrier because they are from the border between Scotland and England where they originally served farmers as a working terrier and guard dog. The Border Terrier is able to look after themselves, usually with an amiable outlook on life. A no-nonsense little dog, the Border Terrier is game for anything. Unlike other terriers they are not argumentative. Border Terrier is a dog lover's dog. Height: 10 inches Weight: 11.5 - 15.5 lbs. Colors of the Border Terrier: Red, wheaten, grizzle and tan, blue and tan. Coat: Harsh and dense with close undercoat. Temperament: The Border Terrier is plucky, alert. With Children: Yes, loves children and will play tirelessly with them. With Pets: Yes, gets along well with other pets. Special Skills: Hunting dog and family pet. Watch-dog: High Guard-dog: Low Care and Training: The Border Terrier wiry coat needs minimal grooming. Clip out knots and brush occasionally with a bristle brush. Trim coat on the head, legs, neck and top of tail. Bathe only when necessary. The Border Terrier needs a good amount of exercise and the opportunity to run as they were bred to hunt and have a large amount of vitality and stamina. Training from an early age as the Border Terrier has a tendency to become destructive and chew things. Learning Rate: High, Obedience - High, Problem Solving - High Activity: Indoor & Outdoor - High Living Environment: The Border Terrier will do well in an apartment if they are well trained and exercised daily. To own a Border Terrier you should be active and prefer a high-energy, playful dog. Health Issues: Dislocated kneecaps. Life Span: 15 + Years Litter Size: 3 - 6 Country of Origin: Great Britain History: Once known as the Reedwater Terrier the Border Terrier was originally developed to hunt alongside Foxhounds in the countryside of northeast England. Treasured for their ability to kill foxes and other animals who crept into the farmyard for livestock. First Registered by the AKC: 1930 AKC Group: Terrier Class: Terrier Registries: AKC, ANKC, CKC, FCI (Group 3), KC (GB), UKC
*Warning* This is a scam.