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Review: Realistic Animals Like Realistic Husky Dog Pomsky Scam or Legit?
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Beware of suspicious online stores, such as Breobi, Buymybestitem, MadmaxStore, TooMoreFunny, Acrismilko, Echoxxli, Good4zGeneration, Arolily, Cppstorin, LoveDomino, and so on (you can report more sites below in the comment section – you no need to provide your email address to comment if you don’t want), that are selling “Realistic Animals Like Realistic Husky Dog Pomsky, etc.” with almost same product details and images. So, if you have found any unknown or new online store which is selling Realistic Animals Like Realistic Husky Dog Pomsky, etc. at a heavily discounted price, then you should know that is not a genuine or trustworthy online store.

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Sites that are selling Realistic Animals Like Realistic Husky Dog Pomsky, etc. are fraudulent or problematic online stores due to the following reasons:-

# These sites haven’t provided any contact details or haven’t provided their real warehouse’s or company’s address. However, legit online stores always provide the detailed company’s address but scam online stores are always found to be hiding their identity or providing fake or copy-pasted contact details, or providing the name of such parent company (such as Marul Company Limited, MELEDO COMPANY LIMITED, etc.) that is responsible for running multiple scams or problematic sites.

# The sites that are selling Realistic Animals Like Realistic Husky Dog Pomsky, etc. are poorly designed. For example; their website theme is very untidy; lots of details provided on their sites match with multiple scam sites; those online stores are offering most of the products on sale by providing a heavy discount price; those online stores haven’t secured their website properly and some of them even have provided the fake trust seal logos of McAfee, Norton, etc. due to which your personal and financial information, such as your credit card information might be stolen if you shop at those online stores.

# Most of these online stores are either providing the free email address or non-domain-specific email addresses or email addresses belong to the domain such as,, and so on. You should know that these days multiple problematic and scam sites are using email addresses related to the domain. You can find out more information about such email addresses sites by clicking >HERE<.

Now you must be clear about scam or problematic online stores that are selling Realistic Animals Like Realistic Husky Dog Pomsky, etc. So, if you want to say something about it, then please feel free to leave your comment below. You can also comment below to report about any kinds of scams.

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These days multiple new online stores are claiming to sell various items at huge discounts, but most of them are scams. So, it’s better to stay away from the new online stores or at least do some research before you purchase something from the new online stores because most of these new online stores don’t deliver the purchased items to their clients or, deliver completely different or very low-quality items.

Some of these kinds of online stores even have charged the credit card of clients randomly without their consent. So, if you have ever purchased mistakenly from scam sites, we suggest you immediately contact your bank or credit card company to secure your credit card information.

Good Luck!

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20 thoughts on “Review: Realistic Animals Like Realistic Husky Dog Pomsky Scam or Legit?
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  1. I just received what I thought was a realistic husky but turns out to be a crappy toy. So, now I won’t ever buy anything online again. I learned a lesson. So, just going to give the toy to my grand daughter.

    1. you can request a refund from your bank or PayPal, showing it was a scam or you were bait and switched of product you paid for.

  2. I feel like such a fool -a total scam
    They used video of a real dog – why on earth did I think a toy could
    Be that realistic . I want a refund but they are not responding -surprise! is the email

  3. Bought one from Bstkole. Was guaranteed ” momey back if not fully satisfied ”
    What I received was garbage. A stuffed animal that looked like it was slapped together by a 2 year old. Didnt work and cannot get my money back. Very disappointed. This company fron China is a scam.

    1. Thank you for this information. We will definitely post their reviews as soon as possible. However, is not available. Maybe it is already shut down. But also, can you check the URL again? Thank you.

      1. Typically, they are still running…some times the reason you can not find them is they block your user details or IP Address.
        Use a friend’s account and see if they are still trading under this name they are using.
        Also, you can report the scam and money lost through PayPal… then file for money back.

  4. These”puppies” are total garbage. False advertising. Not even close to being the same as in the commercial. Save your money!! SCAM

  5. We have a husky in the family and,, I wanted to get one for each of my 3 kids. “These are so cute” is all I thought. But, I have been ripped off in the past so I decided to just buy one and see what showed up. When the husky I purchased showed up, it reminded me of those little walking animals you would see in a circular display with an open flat surface and a small plastic clear ring around it. The toys move and bark annoyingly and you might pick up those toys and think, “how cute” but then set it back down and try to ignore the sounds coming from the display as you walk away. THATS EXACTLY what showed up. What a joke. This small toy is noting more than a dollar tree gift you would give as a gag gift. A stocking stuffer for a small child at best. Dont waste your money.

  6. I bought what was supposed to be a realistic Husky from a site called Bstkole. What I got was a toy dog that walks and makes yipping noises! Not order from this site!

  7. I ordered it but haven’t received it yet reading this I guess I got screwed/scammed I heard it has sensors

  8. If you used a credit card, you should be able to get your money back through the credit card company. Just report it has a fraud.

  9. My father always told us kids if it looks too good to be true it probably is. He’s deceas ed my 89-year-old mother with Alzheimer’s is not. I thought this responsive animal toy would bring her pleasure from stroking the fur having it take a nap in her lap and possibly even try and follow her around with her walker or her wheelchair. I saved this money for this from the first stimulus check. It’s because I can’t find a straight answer to where the dog I saw on TV could be purchased there was something wrong with those bad websites because believe it or not every time I tried to use my debit card to pay for one the screen’s kept changing and it wouldn’t let you fill in your information. Read some of these other bad reviews. I did not buy one I did not get one and I don’t know which websites the right web set website even if that website is still a rip off I’m just done with the whole thing and extremely disappointed. I was hoping so badly I could give her something to come for her that wasn’t plastic,

  10. This is a ripoff. I purchased this husky dog after seeing the video. What I got was some kiddy pink dog and it was nothing like they advertised. E-mailed this guy Gary and he says he’s sorry I was not satisfied and offered to sent me 40% of my payment back and I could keep or give away what they sent me. I told him either send me what I purchased or send me all my money back. Haven’t heard from him since. Beware. I think the video is of a real little dog.

  11. bstkole advertisement on Facebook was selling the realistic Husky. It came from Rosemead, CA. What I received was a pink hard poodle made by Pet Paradise 3+ .. looks to be worth $5 at your local Dollar Store. Wish I could attach a photo.

  12. I recieved mine and its a fake walking dog that makes a squeaking sound that is identical to 5Below’s 5 dollar toys.

  13. I thought they were so cute I bought 3 from different websites .
    Only to get disappointed their hard stuffed little dogs .
    What a rip off .
    These are being made in china or other international countries .
    To try to get your money back would be hard cause it cost as much to ship the puppies back .
    I just know when I order something it’s going to be usa approved not a scam .
    I’m very disappointed .

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