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favorite this post BEWARE! "Pekingese for free" Ad hide this posting unhide

I suspected something was up due to the callous wording of the ad, and when I did a reverse Google image search on the photo included, sure enough, the photo was taken off the internet. Why would someone use a picture from the internet if they actually had the animal in question? Don't be lured in by a local phone #, either; it's very easy for anyone to temporarily obtain a local number from anywhere, to use it for less-than-honest reasons. Here's a link to the ad-not absolutely saying it's a scam, but I would definitely proceed with caution if responding, and insist on resent photos of the exact dog being offered being held by the owner. Too many vile people know that they can count on the public to be all gung-ho to "rescue" this poor unwanted little purebred of a breed that normally sells for several hundred to several thousand dollars, and won't think that they might be getting lured into a trap. show contact info
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