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Identifying and Avoiding Parrot Scams on the Internet

Postby Michael » Fri May 19, 2017 11:27 am

Identifying and Avoiding Parrot Scams on the Internet

Internet parrots scams are plentiful. This guide helps you identify and avoid getting scammed by these vile scammers when seeking to acquire a parrot online. It includes ten signs that a website or listing for a parrot is a scam and a video.
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Re: Identifying and Avoiding Parrot Scams on the Internet

Postby Pajarita » Fri May 19, 2017 1:15 pm

Right on the money, Michael! And, although there have always been parrot scams, they have proliferated lately to the point that I find 4 or 5 every single day (I flag them). These people are so stupid they even say things that are impossible... like a one year old CAG having had two clutches already.
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