A website posted photos and provided an address in Grand Island, Nebraska. But a Google map search and Grand Island police indicate there is only a vacant lot at the address listed on the website.

A California woman named Pam, who doesn’t want her last name used, believed there was a RV dealership and that her $20,000 down payment would lead to a motor home. Pam said, “On the website there were pictures of RVs with a sign in the background so absolutely I thought there was a big lot there.”

Nebraska State Patrol Auto Fraud investigator Gene True said he couldn’t find any State license for Grand Island Truck and RV center. He said three buyers have filed reports that campers or motor homes they purchased had not been delivered. True said one man drove to Grand Island from Oregon only to discover the dealership was not at the address on the website.

True said the victims have reported losses totaling almost $60,000. True said, “I’ve never heard of anybody getting their money back.”

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