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Teddy dog lucky sham

I saw a video advertisement on social media for Realistic Teddy Dog Lucky toys and thought the toy looked too realistic to be true. So I decided to do a bit of hunting to see if they are a realistic as they are advertised or it is a misleading scam/sham product.

Unfortunately my suspicions were the only thing which were realistic, these are scam websites and are not realistic dog toys.

The dogs used in the advertisements are real…that is blood and bone dogs and not the dogs being sold…this is one such website but there are many more similar ones…

https://realistictoybyemma.com/

and part of the advertisement purporting to show a Teddy Dog Lucky…

So these look really real…but, what do you get from these scammers?..something which looks very different…

These scam sellers are saturating social media with videos and advertisements claiming they are legimiate products. Don’t be fooled as they are a sham. They are there to betray your trust and take your money for a sham product.

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