Auto Sedge Consignor

Found a boat on Craigslist and contacted "owner". They referred me to Auto Sedge Consignor, who they indicated was working to sell their boat for them. After some research, I found various reviews throughout the years. Yes, they have been doing this for years. They have an online chat, but will never call you and when you try to call them, they never answer and it goes to voicemail. Received an invoice (which looked legitimate). Checked out the hull # and that too matched up with the boat. Transferred funds and then they indicated they didn’t receive them yet. Couple days went by and I got suspicious. Put a tracer on my wire and subsequently put in a recall for funds. Still awaiting to hear back, but they used Chase bank.After a lot of digging, I found an old thread in a blog where someone went through this same scenario 2 years ago. They appear to have buried any bad reviews with a ton of good ones. A search into the company shows news articles about them as well as ones by one of the original co-owners. Very elaborate! Even got a couple emails from the "owner" asking what was going on after the transaction and then those stopped. Needless to say, DO NOT wire anything to this company. Go with your gut, I know I should have. I’m a diligent person and I let my excitement of the prospect of getting a boat cloud my better judgement, because of the detail they put into making this appear real.

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