How do I message a seller about an advert?

To message a seller about their advert, you will need to be registered as a user yourself by creating an account for free. You will then be able to contact the seller.



 


When you get a reply to your message, you will receive a notification email letting you know that someone has been in touch. You can then go to your message box to access your message.  If a seller has chosen to list their telephone number, then you will also be able to contact them via this method.


Please note that we strongly advise you to keep all messaging on the site and be very careful who you share your personal information with. Remember that Forever Puppy will never ask for your password through email, phone, or any instant messaging service such as WhatsApp.


Beware of anyone asking you to contact them directly by email, WhatsApp or mobile. Do not respond to texts from someone claiming to be Forever Puppy. We will NEVER contact you by text or ask you for any financial details.

 

Check out our tips below on how to keep our online community safe!

  1. Keep all messaging activity on site. Beware of anybody who wants to take the conversation off site and asks you to email them.

  2. Remember, Forever Puppy will never ask for your password through email, phone, or any instant messaging service such as WhatsApp.

  3. We would never contact you to ask for your financial details. Do not share this information with anybody online. Even if they claim to be a representative of our company. If you choose to share these details, we cannot protect you.

  4. If you receive any suspicious requests, please do not respond and contact us immediately. For more information you can read our user guide's below.

Buyer Beware Tips

Seller Beware Tips

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