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We've been having so much trouble finding a small to small medium size dog, so I finally posted a Want Ad for one in that size range. Well, I got a few responses but they were all big dogs which I replied to, but had to kindly decline because of the size. Tonight I got an email from someone saying they had a puppy that we were very interested in, I did ask to see a picture which he sent. it was an adorable pup. Then I started to feel pressured like in auction because he was saying he needed an EMT to hold the dog and that he needed it now! , because he had lots of people interested. I can understand that, but I've never dealt with E-transfers and told him so, and asked him if we could pay directly when we picked up the dog, and he said sorry No! I told him we were honest people and my word was good. if he had so many interested people he wouldn't have lost because we would come and pick up the next day? Like all I seen was a picture of this pup, I don't know if it actually exists and he's asking me to send a method of payment I am not familiar with to hold the dog? (i know we're a little primitive that way) Does everyone who sells dogs now expect payment by E-transfers? Why is money not good anymore, like before, we would get an address and go and pay for it ,and pick up the dog and take it home. and it was a secure method for the seller who could be assured he was getting paid. Does anyone accept cash these days? If all pet owners deal with E-transfers, I don't know if we will ever get a dog? Oh well, guess that one was not meant to be!