There needs to be more knowledge.
But really there needs to be a crack down on the fraud.
If you go to a reputable jewelry store, you expect to get genuine diamonds.
If you buy a Rolex at a "national level" jewelry auction - that is what you should get.
When you go to Barrett Jackson - the BIGGEST national collector car auction in the world.
And the advertisement for the nationally televised event claiming this:
“Bring the worldwide resources of Barrett-Jackson Auction Company to your service with the widest selection of pre-screened automobiles in top quality condition, and at market-relative prices. Barrett-Jackson is also the only auction company to offer an on-site detailed vehicle inspection, available to consignors and buyers.”
You should get a real Z/28. (At least - I think you should)
And if you don't - the Police should be called. Or, maybe the Attorney General of the United States?
No, they can't be personally responsible for every situation.
But when the same dealers are bringing phony cars year after year to sell.
And some of those phony cars end up being "buy backs" by BJ. Then something is wrong.
Then there must be some collusion between these entities.
Not enough to just buy back the cars when you get caught. - they need to put a stop to it.
And like everything else - when some one is accused, and their lawyers just deny it all - should everyone just accept that.
And please remember --This is just my opinion - I could be wrong.