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How to avoid pet scams?
Please answer this.
There are a number of ways to recognize a pet scam. 
I am going to post some of the articles I found because they explain things very well.

This one has detailed information.

This is relevant to Canada.

This is an American Kennel Club site. It has good information.

Basically, be suspicious and cautious. of any ad. A good breeder will want to talk about the puppies and the parents. You should be able to see a picture of the puppies with their mother. If it is all about hurry up and pay, it is almost certainly a scam.

Always remember the rule: If it seems to be too good to be true, it is too good to be true.
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I think,If you have a personal website, do not publish your work or personal email on it. Spammers use scanners that harvest such emails as well. Use free email services for this purpose. Do not use the unsubscribe links in spam emails, in some case that will actually confirm the email address is valid to the spammer.
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