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I send money to Joanne Betty tea yourkie dog breeder but she want to send me illegally to uk

Good Evening,

We have been contacted by Ms. Betty of Betty's Tiny Yorkies to transport a T-Cup puppy to you in the U.K.

The process is a bit involved because it's illegal to fly directly into the U.K. so we have to use an alternate method.

Your transporter will have to fly the puppy to Amsterdam. From there, they will take the train to the Hoek Van Holland Port (2 hours) where your transporter will clear DEFRA (USDA Equivalent) and board the "Stena Line Ferry". From there they will cross the english channel (9 hour ferry ride) where they will arrive at the Port of Harwich in the United Kingdom. There your transporter will hand deliver the puppy.

Because of how involved it is, the base fee to pickup at the Port of Harwich is $2, 500. Should you require delivery anywhere else it will require getting their by rail at which point the price increases.

Once we know where exactly we have to deliver, we will give you dates that we have available, once we decide on a date we will submit to you a Paypal Invoice. Please remit payment within 48 hours to secure your transport date. We will then send you a detailed flight itinerary with all pertinent information required for pickup including our Terms & Conditions.

Thank you for your time.

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One Safe Journey

The exclusive 'airport-to-airport' in-cabin pet transport service!

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