Listing or adopting pets online: What you need to know - CBS46 News

Listing or adopting pets online: What you need to know

Posted: Updated:
(Source: WGCL) (Source: WGCL)
ACWORTH, GA (CBS46) -

More and more, people are going online to adopt or list a pet.

Some sites are reputable, but scammers may lurk on other sites, posting cute pictures, while taking your money without delivering any pets.

Better Call Harry has advice before you post.

Note: The owners of the Pekingese puppies are selling two of them to pay for the puppies' surgery. Prospective adopters are being screened. For more information, email stoyanoff73@yahoo.com.

Copyright 2017 WGCL-TV (Meredith Corporation). All rights reserved. 

  • Better Call HarryMore>>

  • Collecting a judgment much tougher than winning one

    Collecting a judgment much tougher than winning one

    Thursday, July 27 2017 6:49 PM EDT2017-07-27 22:49:22 GMT
    (Source: WGCL)(Source: WGCL)

    We've been following the case of a Rockdale County man who put down $3,500 on a truck, but when his financing fell through, the dealer refused to refund the money. Roger Crews took Quick Cars owners to small claims court and won. But weeks after the ruling, Crews still hasn't received his money.

    More >

    We've been following the case of a Rockdale County man who put down $3,500 on a truck, but when his financing fell through, the dealer refused to refund the money. Roger Crews took Quick Cars owners to small claims court and won. But weeks after the ruling, Crews still hasn't received his money.

    More >
  • Power surge costs thousands in damages, who's to blame?

    Power surge costs thousands in damages, who's to blame?

    Tuesday, July 25 2017 8:47 PM EDT2017-07-26 00:47:03 GMT
    (Source: WGCL)(Source: WGCL)

    A Fairburn homeowner was getting a basic cable upgrade when a power surge hit her home, costing her thousands of dollars in damages. She thought the Comcast contractor was to blame, but an electrician's inspection returned a much different finding.

    More >

    A Fairburn homeowner was getting a basic cable upgrade when a power surge hit her home, costing her thousands of dollars in damages. She thought the Comcast contractor was to blame, but an electrician's inspection returned a much different finding.

    More >
  • A warning when selling items online

    A warning when selling items online

    Monday, July 24 2017 7:13 PM EDT2017-07-24 23:13:14 GMT
    (Source: WGCL)(Source: WGCL)

    Posting an item to sell online? One woman has a warning for you. She found a buyer for a couch. The buyer wanted to pay by money order, and she agreed. But when she received that money order, it was made out for hundreds of dollars more than the cost of the couch. As Better Call Harry reports, that was not the only suspicious part about this transaction.

    More >

    Posting an item to sell online? One woman has a warning for you.

    More >