Cyndy Epplin (Cynthia D. Epplin)Ripped off of $4000. by dog breeder

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I bought and paid $4000. for a teacup poodle about a month ago from Cyndi Epplin and she has never sent the puppy and that Cyndi or the Reverend John who i think is working with her since he answer the phone and give his word that we will get the puppy but we never did and now they do not even answer the phone or emails.
But from their phone number i found out on the internet that their address would be: 253 Benitez way, Clyde, N.C. 28721 now instead of Pinckneyville, Illinois.
And from the other complaints that i found on the internet i have learn that she was operating a puppy mill, here is the address to see that person:

And you can see this on her home page: ATTENTION!!! AS OF OCTOBER 2008, LilPoodles is selling out completely. The last of our puppies for sale are posted now. We will be selling ALL adult dogs as well. All proceeds from ALL sales are going to the new construction of our church. If you have any questions, you must contact us immediately by email or calling
[protected] or [protected].
Since when ripped off money is to be used for building a church.

Dalila Bruckert


  • Jo
    Jordans Aug 17, 2017

     As of 8-17-17 the website and domain name is under new ownership. Please understand any business done before 8-17-17 was a completely different Breeder/ owner than current one. New owner is located in Missouri.

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