Puppy scammers use images to target potential victims, most of whom are in the late teens or early 20s, according to Better Business Bureau research.
Puppy scammers use images to target potential victims, most of whom are in the late teens or early 20s, according to Better Business Bureau research. TNS
Puppy scammers use images to target potential victims, most of whom are in the late teens or early 20s, according to Better Business Bureau research. TNS

New study shows widespread reach of puppy scams

September 29, 2017 10:31 AM

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