I wanted to have a husky puppy for my son and then I found this website: WWW.HUSKIESHAVEN.COM It turns out that everything is fake.Using emails, calls, and lots of text messaging, I got a deal with them to have two puppies delivered for $1,200I wired $1200 on May 11, 2019 using Money Gram per their request. The money receiver’s name is Bryan Mark Bob.Later they said they would send me a document to sign. Until May 15, 2019, they sent me the document: Transfer of Ownership. The address is listed as: 241 rd 214n, El Paso, Texas. Later I got to know this is a fake address. I e-signed the document and emailed it back. Then the seller provided me a tracking number and said, he passed the two husky puppies to the delivery company. I could track the delivery status.In a few minute, I received an email from the delivery company ([email protected], and phone: 469-300-8717) reading they cannot fly the two puppies because they are too young. The puppies need to be in electronic crates. I would have to either rent two for $3000 or buy for $4000.Until back now, I realized I was dealing with a scammer group. Then I told the seller that I could not afford it and asked the seller how. He said, he paid $1000 to the company for me, and I just need to pay $2000 for renting two crates….No need to say the following.So, this is so true: NEVER pay using money wiring, and NEVER to pay for a puppy if you have not met with him or her IN PERSON. Before the payment, make sure do as much research as you could.I don’t understand Government could do nothing but just document a report on such a scam. The government needs to take actions against those horrible scammers as they hurt the kindest people so so much!!?