Multiple online companies claim to provide these official letters without ever seeing anyone in person. All you have to do is pay a fee and fill out a questionnaire.
This causes two problems, people pay for fake letters and everybody has easy access to promote their pet to an emotional support animal, maybe without needing it.
CEO of ESAD Intl., Chaz Stevens, has seen a lot of fraudulent online businesses. “Some clients are extremely flexible and just want to save a few dollars. The business needs to be dramatically cleaned up.”
Chaz Stevens is an entrepreneur, former journalist, and well-known activist who has appeared on the front pages of Time, Miami Herald, Guardian, Slate, and the Huffington Post. He’s also appeared on The Daily Show, the Colbert Report, and Fox News.
Chaz lives in South Florida with his two rescue dogs. Before launching ESAD International, he could be found working on IT for IBM, Microsoft, and The Walt Disney World Company. But his favorite job is the one he’s now doing full time — helping people get to a better place.