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Mypeekapoos.com aka Cameo Kennels aka Amy McCrary / Puppy

1 Akron, OH, United States Review updated:
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In November 2015 I saw on her website that she was expecting a litter of peekapoos in December 2015. I called her, and she sounded legit, so I sent her a $500 deposit via my credit card. In Dec. I was told it was a false pregnancy but she had another dog in heat and had already bred her. I called in February to see how the dog was and she said the dog was possibly pregnant and would be due March 1. In March, she stopped answering my calls. I finally called her on a different cell and she picked up. She told me there were no puppies, but had 2 other dogs pregnant, however, she was too busy to talk that I should email her. I did email her and she finally emailed back saying that both dogs were due in May. In May, I saw on her website she was advertising a litter of puppies for sale, I called, no answer. So I used yet another cell and she answered, yes, puppies were just born. I picked out a female puppy, and was excited and happy. 3 days later I get an email from her that the puppy died, - yes after 6 months an email that your puppy died - BUT she was expecting yet another litter soon. After being baited for 6 months I realized there was never going to be a puppy and my gut feeling was right. I contacted my credit card company and luckily got my deposit back since she couldn't produce/deliver a puppy. What I learned: 1. A good legitimate breeder will put you on a waiting list without taking a deposit, 2. Only takes your deposit after you see pictures and pick out your puppy, and 3. Takes your phone calls and is never too busy to talk to you - this is their business. Happily, I finally did get a puppy from a breeder in WV. They're not all scammers.

Ca
Oct 29, 2016
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  • El
      25th of Apr, 2018
    +1 Votes

    In good faith, In February 2018 sent Amy McCrary the owner of Cameo kennels a $500 deposit on a white female Pekingese Puppy that was to be born in March 2018. As per numerous e-mails, a puppy was never born. Not wanting to wait for this new family member an indefinite amount of time, In mid April, after being informed by Amy that no puppy had yet been born. I asked for my $500 deposit back. She said "No", and I could use it toward a puppy someday. I do not wish to wait indefinitely for a white Pekingese puppy, and frankly don't wish to deal with this breeder anymore. The breeder informed me she spent my money already. She then lied and said that she sent me my puppy and falsified delivery confirmation to Paypal. BEWARE! I basically handed this woman $500 and she stole it, and no puppy, no refund.

  • Am
      13th of Sep, 2018
    0 Votes

    @EliseAB

  • Sa
      15th of Aug, 2018
    +2 Votes

    The saga continues... After refusing to reimburse me, I was informed there was a new litter expected if I would just be patient. I was then told that the litter died of canine influenza, and I need to wait for the "next" litter.. a lot like the woman above, as well as others I have since spoken to

  • Be
      6th of Sep, 2018
    +2 Votes

    This also happen to myself as well. I gave her a deposit for a pekingese puppy in July and she said she would let me know once the puppies were born the end of the month. A month a went by and nothing. So I contacted her in mid August and she said both pregnant females litters died last week, but she had another female due next month. A good legit breeder would have let the client know of that issue immediately . That day has come and what do you know no response again. She has now stop answering my emails and calls. Someone needs to get this lady sued. She now is just taking checks, cash deposit and Wal-mart to Wal-mart transfers.
    These are her two websites that I know of she has: https://www.mypekingese.com and https://www.mypeekapoos.com.

  • Am
      13th of Sep, 2018
    -1 Votes

    All of these people's deposits were refunded. I have been breeding dogs for 31 years and these are the only people complaining. II cannot help if i breed a dog or a puppy dies. I am a good breeder and have many many references

  • Am
      13th of Sep, 2018
    -1 Votes

    Two people in 31 years isn't too bad, if they were patient they would have a puppy. I cannot help it if i breed a dog and she doesn't get pregnant or a puppy dies, bad things happen sometimes

  • Ch
      14th of Sep, 2018
    +1 Votes

    No they weren't. You seem to be confused of who you sent who it seems. Don't try to say all these have been refunded when you clearly haven't. You can provide "actual" proof and none of that fake documents you been trying to provide. My bank account says otherwise. Seems the 31 years of breeding if finally slowing down and you want to pocket money from others who live out of state.

  • Ch
      14th of Sep, 2018
    +1 Votes

    Lese Able‎ to Breeder Reviews (of Bad Transactions, Scams, etc.)
    August 21 at 10:39 PM
    UPDATE 9/14/18. AFTER 7 LONG MONTHS OF FIGHTING, PAYPAL WAS FINALLY ABLE TO GET MY MONEY BACK IN LATE AUGUST! IT WAS NOT VOLUNTARILY REFUNDED BY
    THE BREEDER, BUT TAKEN BACK - THANK YOU, PAYAL! NOTE: Paypal mistakenly refunded my deposit to the wrong account, a not for profit that I run, called Fox Wood Wildlife Rescue, Inc. Fox wood will keep that money as a donation and use it to rescue more dogs and wildlife. Please don't send your money to someone you don't know over the internet! Lesson Learned, and I hope you all learn from my bad experience!
    $500 "Non-refundable" Deposit in February 2018 for a Pekingese puppy due out of several "anticipated litters due in March". Still no puppy, Cameo Kennels, Amy McCrary, Akron, Ohio breeder, says she spent my money, and all puppies supposedly being born have "died"... She wants me to keep waiting. BUYER BEWARE! Numerous similar complaints, no puppy ever transpires. Shouldn't deposit money be held in escrow? Shouldn't a reputable breeder return deposit if their end of the deal isn't held?

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