(Modorator: If the following is inappropriate in any way, please give it a timely and peaceful death. Thanks, Charlie)
I noticed an ad in the Antique Automobile magazine about someone who would represent you (for a fee, I suppose) in case you had a problem with on or more of the following:
Inaccurate Car Appriasals
Shipping Carrier Damage
All the above relate to old cars, I assume.
I once went to the trouble of going all the way from NC to Upper NY to buy a 41 Chevrolet Cabriolet that was advertised as "minor" rust. Well, I learned that "minor" is a relative term. I almost got all the way back home but called and made the seller an offer. Got the car but it was even sorse than I thought. Unloaded it on someone else.
The point is that nowadays I suppose thet unscrupolous beings can get your dander up. When they do, maybe it is time to lawyer up.
It is a pitty when any of the items of fraud raise their ugly head. I can believe that it can be a real headache.
Note: I have no relations whatever or interest whatsoever in the company or individual offering the instant service.