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Buyer Gets Scammed Trying to Purchase a 1967 Corvette


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Sep 16, 2000
New Hampshire
1990 Corvette ZR-1
A Corvette Action Center member recently reached out to us and wanted to share his story about getting scammed trying to purchase a 1967 Corvette from a private owner who was storing the car at a shipping company in Florida.

Fred writes:
"An ad was posted on one of the classified ad sites by the seller “Christopher Rosania” for a 1967 Corvette at a very good price. Many pictures were sent and of course they looked great. Supposedly, he had it stored at Mas Auto Shipping in Miami. There was supposed to be an escrow service to hold the money until the buyer received the car and had it inspected. Then the money would be released. I wired the money, but never received the car and put through a cancellation to Regions Bank in Miami but have not received a refund.
Wanted to get this info out there so nobody else would get scammed."
The Corvette that Fred was trying to purchase was a Tuxedo Black 1967 convertible with red leather interior and the L71 427ci, 425hp engine.

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