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#1 cinnamongirl

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Posted 11 February 2018 - 05:31 PM

Just browsing through sites looking and found this site bigfootcoons.com with beautiful available kittens for only $900!!, lo and behold, I contact them and they require a $550 deposit via Moneygram!!! Seriously? That makes me so angry, how many pet sites do they have scamming lonely uneducated people out of money? I hope they burn in Hell! I reported them to the BBB and the FBIs internet scam site but they’ll just pop back up with a different name.


#2 BBQMonster

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Posted 12 February 2018 - 12:58 PM

There is a note on the Congocoon Kittens for sale page about BigFootCoons.  Looks like they have copied some of the Congocoon website and are even using some of their kitten photos on their website.  I hope the BigFootCoons site gets shut down before they take advantage of too many people. 

 

The domain name BigfootCoon.com was just registered on 1/15/2018 and is owned by an individual located in India named Sanjay.



#3 Stubbleduck

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Posted 12 February 2018 - 07:54 PM

Take a look at the website below to see what slimeballs these "Bigfoot Coons" folks really are.

 

https://www.scamwarn...hp?f=36&t=79493

 

We lost our 16 year old Maine Coon a week ago and I started looking for a kitten Saturday.  I ran into the Bigfoot crew because they mentioned available kittens.  It was pretty obvious it was a scam especially after one or two email exchanges so I blew them off.  I did a little more investigation and found out they actually have caught some folks which is unfortunate.  



#4 Stubbleduck

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Posted 12 February 2018 - 08:21 PM

This is actually the person who was scammed by the "Bigfoot Coons" group.  The one in my first post was the same basic scam but not the "Bigfoot Coons" version.  Both are awful.

 

https://www.facebook...100009026230870



#5 BBQMonster

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Posted 20 February 2018 - 03:55 PM

This is actually the person who was scammed by the "Bigfoot Coons" group.  The one in my first post was the same basic scam but not the "Bigfoot Coons" version.  Both are awful.

 

https://www.facebook...100009026230870

I just looked at the facebook post that you linked to and it looks like the photo they sent to this person was copied off of Pintrest in the UK.  Very sad they even tried to milk her for more for a heated crate.   



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Posted 27 March 2018 - 02:59 PM

The scammer who created "Big Foot Coons" has now created a new website " Big Cat Cattery". It has been reported here:
https://petscams.com...catcattery-com/

 

I would be really interested to know the domains he used as the shipping company so that we can also get them shut down.

Paul 






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