June 19, 2021
Business

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.

Elliott Advocacy is underwritten by battleface — At battleface, we deliver insurance that doesn’t quit when circumstances change. We provide specialty travel insurance services and benefits to travelers visiting or working internationally, including in the world’s most hard to reach places. Currently selling in 54 countries and growing, our mission is to deliver simple solutions to travelers worldwide heading out on their next adventure.

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…

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