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Rescue A French Bulldog / Fraudulent rescue

1 Springfield, MO, United States Review updated:
Contact information:
Phone: 800-378-0136

Wendy Faith Laymon is a notorious puppymiller and puppy broker with numerous convictions and even more complaints. Google her name and you will find her all over the internet.

Her latest scam is her bogus rescue which she is calling Rescue a French Bulldog. These are NOT rescued dogs. These are her own dogs that she is scamming people into buying and thinking they are adopting them from a 501(c)3 nonprofit rescue. Or dogs bought up from other bad breeders to be resold. She is also claiming to be a licensed shelter. Again NOT true. She is also soliciting donations on her website under the guise of being a rescue. She has filed paperwork in Missouri to become a not for profit with the state, however her "rescue" IS ALL about profit!!!
If you have been scammed by her in the bogus rescue, contact the IRS, the States Attorney Gen. and anyone else that you can think of. You can also contact PAWS in WA, state who helped get some convictions on her when she lived in WA

Numbers to watch for are
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Wendy, you are a disgusting and dispicable excuse for a human being. And your ### about being a good Christian. Wendy, there is a very special place in HELL for "good" Christians like yourself.

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  • Fa
      7th of Dec, 2010
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    Wendy Laymon claims on her Rescue a French Bulldog website to be a 501(c)3, when in fact all she's apparently done is file the initial paperwork to start the process - no sure gaurantee of getting approval, especially with HER previous track record of animal abuse charges. Filing is not at ALL the same thing as having received approval, and Wendy surely knows this - or at least her 'attorney' does.

    She feeds on the desire for people to help animals in need, while all she's actually doing is lining her own pockets with profits. Fake rescues like this draw much needed dollars for the real rescues, which are flooded with dogs that came from Missouri puppy mill breeders just like Wendy "Faith" Laymon.

    Wendy is also spamming news aggregate sites, in an attempt to keep her name and her kennel website url artificially high in search engine rankings. Once a scammer, always a scammer!

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