I found a minivan on cars.com in Chicago area and sent an email inquiry if still available. The lady emailed me back saying her husband died and she just drove it to Kansas and is staying with her daughter. The minivan is at the shipping facility for who wanted it as she did not want deal with a sales transaction because she was older. She asked the shipping company to write an invoice and send to me. I questioned it so I looked and Kansas Vehicle Shippers had an actual website and when I called I spoke to an actual person. They explained that the car was in a trust and needed it to be a wire transfer and it would be kept in the transport company possession and not released to the seller until I received the car and with 5 days to inspect the minivan on arrival to my home. I looked up the domain name and it was only 2 months old so I called back and asked if I can come and see the minivan and they said yes and gave me the Kansas address. The address on the website is attached to a different shipping company so then I put the vin# in a search that the widow gave me and it was listed with a car dealer in Chicago area and said they are looking straight at the minivan with that same vin# so it is not in Kansas. I called the transport company and asked to confirm the Vin# not letting them know what I found out. They said they would send me a copy of the carfax and title and did so. It was the same Vin# as the one in Chicago. I then pulled a different vehicle history report on my own and showed everything related to Illinois activity on this minivan but their report was all Kansas activity on the Carfax and a Kansas Title. I have years of college and very computer literate. I was surprised to what extent someone would go through to make this happen. I am well aware of wire transfer concerns and this was very convincing.