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Complaint / review / scam report
Elite Bulldogs of Texas
SCAM

Complaint / review text:
This Kevin Jackson of numerous address, Austin, Marshall, Houston, Dallas and Cameron, to name a few in Texas.
Phone # 346-762-9205, 281-668-5088 and 976-626-2316 and numerous sites, Elite Bullies and bulldogs, Elite Bulldogs of Texas is a SCAM ARTIST . HE takes your money then starting asking for more and more. Then he misses all the flight nanny and ground transport dates then demands $1750 more if you really want the puppy.
I paid him $5550.00 for a english bulldog puppy out of Lalia and Mickey Blue Eyes . He had advertised her a s a blue tri ghost merle but never tested her so dropped his price .
Once getting his money, he took up to a week to respond to calls, text messages and emails.
He missed 3 shipping dates, didn't show at Dallas airport to meet the flight nanny, and cancelled 2 ground shippers because puppy was sick then he was too busy to get a health certificate .
When I demanded the puppy be shipped he told me that her price had just gone up even though I had a signed sales contract stating that the price was $5250.00 not the new price of $7000.
Paypal gave me $4250.00 back and told me to submit an internet fraud report which I did.
This guy is a scam artist and I don't think this puppy ever existed . DO NOT DEAL WITH HIM

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Contact information:
Author: Patricia Wilson


Offender: Elite Bulldogs of Texas

Country: USA   State: Texas   County: cameron   City: dallas   Zip: 76520
Address: Austin, Texas
Phone: 3467629204   Fax: 3467629204
Site: facebook.com/elite-bulldogs-of-texas

Category: Animals & Birds

1 comment

Patricia Wilson September 22, 2019 1:01 PM
I even had a bulldog breeder friend in Houston that offered to pick up the puppy for me. I told Kevin Jackson that I would give him a signed letter to release the puppy to the breeder. He refused saying "I'm not giving MY puppy to anyone. " That's when I knew this was a fraud
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