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Of scammers and cute puppies | Advanced Mobile Spy Software
We've followed tech support scammers for quite a while at Malwarebytes. They've been of particular interest because of their preference for scamming the poor, the elderly, and the developmentally disabled. But there's a diverse spectrum of online scams a criminal can profit from, and today we're going to take a look at one of the more despicable ones: puppy scams. The basic gist of the scam is that the crook will find photos of beautiful purebred dogs, put them up on Craigslist or a private website, and advertise them for adoption. Once a buyer is found, they're on the hook for fees including fake vet bills, registration, kennel fees, and transport to the victim's location. Suffice it to say: there is no dog. Average losses for this scam run from US$800 to $5,000. Shopping for a fake dog For our investigation, we started with pomeranianhouse[.]com. Clicking on puppies for sale, we get Paulie, an unbelievably cute dog that looks happy to see us. This dog is not actually for sale. The