A need legal advice from experts, My friend has been wrongly acussed of a scam?

Question:Please if you are a real lawyer, help me! My friend decided to buy a new puppy, so she went to this site called Terrific Pets.com and decided to e-mail breeders for more pictures and info of the puppies. yesterday she recieved an e-mail from a breeder telling her that the website told her that my friend was committing a scam! So my friend decided to contact the website and wrote them an e-mail trying to explain herself, they replied by saying that she was a scammer and that they gave her info to the FBI. What can she do? What are going to do to her? Should she worry? Please Help!




Answers:
Was she selling puppies? If not then she needs to react NOW. You may have had a 'breeder" who overreacted.

In no uncertain terms - she should reply to him/her that she was asking for information only because hse wanted to buy a puppie. And if the breeder continues she would have to consult an attorney about the libelous report they filed.
if this was just an email sent with q's like...how old/what type/have shots?...etc.what are the grounds? this sounds like a scam on the other end...tell your frind to NOT give ANY info about herself.no name, phone number, ANYTHING. then, i would call my local BBB (better buisness beauru-sp?) and check this company/website out. then make a report with them about the website claiming 'scam'. the BBB will let you know if you need to do anything further. if your friend has given them ANY personal info, i would call law enforcement...these could be weirdos and i just wouldnt wait and see. good luck!!

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