How To Spot A Fake, Fraudulent Or Scam ESA Website

How To Spot A Fake, Fraudulent Or Scam ESA Website

Here are some easy steps on how to determine if a website is a fraud, fake, or scam: Fraudulent websites will use a domain name similar to a brand name. In 2017, an individual was sued by the Certapet organization for cybersquatting, copyright violations, and other matters. No contact page or just a form is a strong indicator of fraud. …

Avoiding ESA Internet Scams

There are plenty of other Internet-based ESA letter services, some legit, some not. In general, we’ve found online companies offering instant approval, lifetime letters, or animal registrations to be a scam, as their letters are not legally binding. Even worse, they may very well be breaking the law. Every day we sadly hear horror stories, read deceitful emails from our …