Animals Away, the webs most visited and most used Pet transport
company is being targeted by criminals. AnimalsAway has taken many steps to stop the fraud that is running wild on the Internet. In the past three years the common "Pet and Puppy adoption SCAM" has really become a problem for Animals Away
and for many other Pet Shipping
companies on the web. Criminals impersonate these companies in an attempt to rip you off. AnimalsAway is a company based in the USA we move Pets worldwide, but our offices are located in the USA only. WE DO NOT HAVE FOREIGN OFFICES OR BRANCHES. Many crooks are using our name claiming that they are with foreign "branches
"of our company, they are not
. Our two main office toll free numbers are 800-492-7961 or 800-621-PETS any other toll free number being used by anyone claiming to be with our company is a FRAUD
! There is a very clear WARNING posted on the Animals Away
site about this very wide spread and common Internet SCAM, I will provide a few links with more information about this criminal activity, how to avoid it and what you can do to stop it. Here is a link to a blog @ http://petshippingblog.blogspot.com/
also a radio interview done on the subject @ http://www.animalradio.com/012007.html
an article written about the subject Pet shipping and International adoption
. Because AnimalsAway has been around for so long, there are a few different Email addresses used by some of the senior coordinators and employees. Here are the only Email addresses used at Animals Away.......
#4 email@example.com ANY OTHER EMAIL ADDRESSES USED BY SOMEONE CLAIMING TO BE WITH OUR COMPANY IS FRAUD AND THEY WILL STEAL YOUR MONEY!! Animals Away DOES NOT ACCEPT WESTERN UNION OR MONEY GRAM.
Here are two links to sites which go after these crooks Scamwarners.com
. Please provide any information that you have on these criminals wherever you can find a place to leave the information, the more we get this SCAM out there, the less these criminals will get over. Please contact AnimalsAway with any questions, we are happy to help!
Labels: Impersonating real companies to rip you off