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 …

Answering Questions From The Public.

Yes, at the moment, we’re only licensed to conduct mental health care therapy in Florida and Georgia. Be aware of out-of-state providers who, though they aren’t properly licensed and insured, will still (inappropriately) issue you an ESA letter. By Federal Law, landlords are not allowed to restrict Assistance Animals by breed. HUD does not differentiate between a Service Dog and …

Hurricane Irma Relief Efforts

Perhaps like us, you’re willing to sacrifice your own well-being for your pets, even putting your life at risk. Hurricane Irma has driven more than countless people from their Florida homes displacing thousands of pets in the affected areas. In response, ESAD is committed to support animal welfare organizations working on the front lines to help pets and pet parents …