I found a 1965 Mustang on Oodle Marketplace for $4400. You could also click onto another link of classified cars. I contacted the owner, Dr. Greg Epstein, to get more photos. He sent more photos, and I continued corresponding with him and asking questions for over a month. I even looked into all the information I had. I finally thought everything seemed legitimate, so I started the transaction process. I had to bank transfer the $4400 to an account in the United Kingdom. I was told by the shipping company that I did not pay anything for the shipping because it was covered by the owner because he had a voucher from being a good customer. I was told the money was going to the United Kingdom because the owner worked for Unicef and was out of the country. I was told a week later the money was approved, and the car was shipped out, and I would have it in a week. My account and way of tracking suddenly disappeared. I was told there was a problem with the computer system, and it should be fixed by the next day. After that, the man at the shipping company would not answer at all or would answer and hang up as soon as he knew it was me. My account never came back. I called the only Greg Epstein I could find who works at Harvard, and he was upset that he got another call looking for this man who is not him. The company is also UShip-worldwide.com which you cannot find a website for. The Uship.com that comes up is not this company. My son looked up the phone numbers on the White Pages and found out both phone numbers come from a home in Portland OR. I knew for a fact then that this was a scam and have turned it into my local police, Portland OR police and the FBI. The car was fake. I have lost $4400, so do not fall for anything that has to do with these supposed companies or a Dr. Greg Epstein who works for Unicef because Unicef has no one by this name on their directory.