4) Now that they have your $410, but you still have no Teacup Yorkie, they attempt to get even more money from you prior to shipping the dog (remember, there are no dogs to be sold).

They now email you the following fake ticket with instructions about an additional $900 needed for insurance before the dog can be sent to you.

3) If still interested, you send them an email answering the questions.

Then they send an email explaining that you need to send them a Western Union Money Order for $410, paid to the name of Basil Bless.

You then send the money order.

Once they collect their money, (steal it from you), they email you the following certificate ( which is fake, as confirmed from the organization listed on the cert.) Remember, they have no dogs to sell, only pictures of dogs on their website!

​13 Aug 2017 -  WARNING : The website  perutcupyorkiez.com  appears to be a SCAM website. We have been contacting them, and it appears robot type emails are being sent as replies. Their goal appears to be nothing more than getting funds from the customer, as they have no actual dogs to  sell.   I contacted them and received the below emails. I finally asked if I could pick the dog up, and they stopped contacting me. Go figure...  

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Bottom line.... they now have your $410 and are trying to get more. You don't get a Teacup Yorkie. They have scammed you.

If you have paid, with a Western Union Money Order, for a Teacup Yorkie puppy through the website  CharmingTeacupYorkieHome.com

and have not received the dog, please contact us at

contact@newsblab.com

We are currently gathering information about the alleged owners and their suspicious practices.

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The  CharmingTeacupYorkieHome.com  Website SCAM

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3) You send them another email , answering the questions. Then they send you the below email.

9 Aug 2017 -  WARNING : The website  CharmingTeacupYorkieHome.com  appears to be a SCAM website. We have been contacting them, and it appears robot type emails are being sent as replies. Their goal appears to be nothing more than getting funds from the customer, as they have no actual dogs to  sell.  More updates to follow, with details!     CharmingTeacupYorkieHome.com  has already scammed customers!


10 Aug 2017 - One step closer to catching these criminals! Western Union has provided us with a fraud report number to give to the police. Then Western Union can disclose the information to the police about the person (Basil Bless or ???), who from Charming Teacup Yorkie Home .com picked up then money in Whitehall, Ohio

The WU receipt, the forged Animal Society certificate, with fake registration number, the fake airline ticket, and all emails will be given to the police. 


12 Aug  2017 - The police in Whitehall, OH have been contacted, as well as the local police in the area where the complainants live. A police report has been filed. Now, as Western Union advised, they can provide the information to the police concerning the scammers who collected the money in Whitehall, OH. I wonder if they have video or a photo of the scammer who collected the money?


UPDATE - Here is how these scammers at  CharmingTeacupYorkieHome.com  work...

1) You contact them about a Teacup Yorkie you saw on their website via their e-mail, because they have no other contact information such as names or phone numbers listed on the website. That should be your first RED FLAG.

2) They send you the below email: