I found an online classic car that I was intreseted in. I made contact via email to the seller. He advised me he was on an oil rig in the gulf, but I could buy this car through ABL Shipping Limited. It seemed the car was being stored in Washington State, and all I had to do is send funds to them. $12,000. The car is way under market was the first red flag. There is no phone number ascoiated with the shipping company. They ask me to put the funds in their bank which was in the UK, which does not sound right. I asked to see the VIN # of the vehicle, and they stated, it was illegal to do so. I searched there address in WA on google and I find no building. I found a company with a an address close to there and saw a phone number on a building, called them and was told I wasn’t the first calling trying to find ABL Shipping. I was told they did not exisit. Whoever this is is trying to bilk people out of their money. I should have known because this 1964 Chevy Impala was way under market value. When saw I had to put money into a UK bank account. I was suspicious. I emailed them as that is the only way you can get a hold of them no phone number. I asked for the VIN # on this vehicle. They said it was illegal for them to give me the VIN. (BS). I told them I was out, and they did not get my money. I also turned them into the BBB. Becareful of these scams.