We paid £1,800 for a purebred Pomeranian in shocking scam – we actually got a completely different breed


A COUPLE have informed how they paid £1,800 for a purebred Pomeranian solely to find they have been scammed in the sale.

The animal lovers declare they have been duped into shopping for a different breed in a dodgy deal, seeing them warn others to “do your research.”


The couple spent £1,800 on their purebred pup – however have been duped into shopping for a different breedCredit: Tiktok/@notapombear
They began to realise their beloved furball didn't look like a Pomeranian


They started to grasp their beloved furball did not seem like a PomeranianCredit: Tiktok/@notapombear

TikTok person @notapombear defined they may “never be sure” of precisely what inventory their beloved furry buddy Bear is made up of.

The homeowners got down to purchase a 3kg Pomeranian for simply shy of £2,000, however say they have been “scammed” by a “fake breeder.”

They solely began to suspect their new pet wasn’t a purebred Pom when Bear started to show some uncommon options.

As a pet, the furball appeared to show all the hallmarks of the extremely sought-after breed.

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But as he continued to develop a lot bigger than a Pomeranian, the homeowners started to query Bear’s heritage.

The lovable canine appears to sport a longer muzzle than most, whereas his ears are always erect quite than hidden amongst his fur.

The homeowners shared a TikTok video documenting his improvement – which gave the phantasm that little Bear had modified breeds.

In one other clip, they poked enjoyable at themselves about being scammed by the breeder.

They wrote: “Mommy, did you really get scammed and I was supposed to be a £1,800 3kg Pomeranian when you got me?”

“Do your research better than me,” the caption learn.

The TikToker defined their lack of information about their pet’s origin in the remark part.

They stated: “He is the most similar to a German Spitz, medium size. But will never know for sure.”

Responding to social media customers who prompt a DNA take a look at, the homeowners stated they “definitely” will achieve this after they have the monetary means.

In one other clip, the couple additionally suggested others to avoid “any places that are not certified breeders or adoption centers.”

They stated: “Whatever breed you wish to get, you can’t be positive you’re going to get the canine you count on if they don’t seem to be registered in a Kennel Club.

“You shall be requested for a silly amount of cash and 90 per cent of the time shall be sadly scammed.

“You shouldn’t encourage pretend breeders and cash maker breeders that mistreat and break canine breeds simply for their checking account.

“I learned this at my expense.”

Since 2020, pet scams have risen greater than 400 per cent as crooks goal these determined for a companion.

A reported 1,428 victims misplaced £614,226 to fraudsters throughout three months in 2020.

A Brit household have been left 1000’s out of pocket after they purchased two Pomeranians on-line – and fell for a Russian import scam.

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One girl was additionally left shocked when she realised her purebred £1.7k goldendoodle pet was not what its papers claimed it was.

And one other pet lover informed how she purchased a £3k purebred French bulldog pet – which grew as much as look shockingly different too.

The pair are keen to warn others not to fall for scams


The pair are eager to warn others to not fall for scamsCredit: Tiktok/@notapombear

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