SOCIAL CIRCLE, Ga. – Love can be blind. Puppy love can be expensive.
That’s because it can also be a scam, one with connections pointing just down the road to Atlanta.
“They fooled me,” admitted Andrea Reeves.
The Social Circle woman is the latest victim of a growing internet scam, put on hyperdrive by lonely Americans stuck at home during the pandemic: puppy scams.
Americans stuck at home during the pandemic have led to an increase in online puppy scams like this one.
Andrea and her husband wanted a Doberman pinscher puppy but couldn’t find one locally. So the Walton County couple searched online and found Zero.
He was $1200, but only half off that week only.
Never mind the word…