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DON’T GET SCAMMED BY FAKE ESA LETTERS

April 14, 2020

After reading and searching online you discover the fact that you are qualified to have an emotional support animal and feel that an ESA will help you with conditions like anxiety, depression or other mental issues. So after much searching online, you decide to purchase a consultation with an organization for your ESA Letter Online.

Now that you have received your documents you discover the airline you are booking your holiday travel with denies your letter. This happens all the time. We get calls every day from people that purchased cheap ESA documents online. For example, we get calls from customer of Waggy.pet and ExpressPetCertify where their documents are denied every day. If you go the cheap route online you are going to end up paying more in the end. You know the old saying if it sounds to good to be true it probably is, there isn’t a Dr or Therapist in the U.S. that is going to write a letter for $22 ….bottom line. Check out the reviews of Waggy, this is from their own site but they had to take it down after so many bad reviews  ExpressPetCertify is under investigation by the BBB because they are offering unlicensed letter recommendations.

There are many good organizations online just be careful if the offer is less than what a Dr or Therapist appointment would charge, most likely they are fake documents from unlicensed therapists or simply fake letters that don’t work.

We are very passionate about Emotional Support Animal rights and believe in the benefits an ESA can provide to it’s handler. It simply breaks our hearts when we have calls from distraught travelers or someone receiving eviction papers from their landlord due to purchasing fake papers. Be careful and check the reviews of the product, if the website doesn’t have verified purchase reviews like you would find on Amazon when you buy a product it is because they don’t have happy customers. We are here to help you so let us know if you have any questions in the comments below after reading this article. Our network of licensed therapists are standing by to help you with your emotional support animal needs.

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