A pet scam cost this victim $4,000. Could you fall for it?
Maria Witbrod wanted to add a new puppy to her family during the pandemic. But instead, a well-organized criminal operation led her into a costly and increasingly common pet scam.
Now $4,000 later and with no dog to show for it, she’s asking if the Elliott Advocacy team can help her.
But how? That’s the $4,000 question for today.
Looking for a new puppy in all the wrong places
In early March, Witbrod was…