Alaska Car Transport seemed like a legitimate shipping company. Now looking back... I know better. In the beginning, Alaska Car Transport had very good communication. My contact was "Andrew Von Eschen"... a fast talking, medium pressure kind of guy... Claims his office is in New York. Also tried really hard for me to pay the additional insurance for 100% replacement (which I already bought through my own insurance agent locally) I naturally declined... is that a Russian name? After all my questions were answered and I'd checked out the process, I was turned over to a "Pamela Trastelis"... supposedly a freight specialist and senior manager, and from no on was my contact... also claims a New York office with yet another Russian name Pamela explains the change of plans and says my bike isn't shipping to KGM Motorcycle Transporters in Kent Washington, but rather to the 2823 West Valley hwy west, Sumner Washington... "their other facility" 2823 West Valley hwy East is really the address and is the address of the junk yard. Pamela explains the company name is OLGA Transport... (no known website or phone number but gives me a number that ends up being Dmitriy's cell) is Dmitriy a Russian name? I didn't ask the 5-6 guys there what their nationalities were but i saw the Olympics and these guys look real familiar to the Russian team... I don't have proof yet, but what I believe is going on, is Alaska Car Transport is connected with this shipping company in Sumner Washington... possibly a family connection. I think Alaska Car Transport pushes the freight insurance to get 100% coverage of the freight (in this case my bike) once that happens, they loose the freight (in this case my bike) Then they wait to see what happens with the client. I think 95% of people might give up after 30 plus days and say just send me a check... the claim get's filed and the client gets the money... from the insurance company (or not)... the bike or "freight" gets shipped to Dmitriy where he ships it to the Ukraine with the help of the other 5 semi shirtless worker whom may or may not be Russian too... Apparently "totaled" vehicles don't have reconstructed titles in all other countries.... a Honda Accord, Toyota Camery, and other normal every day cars we have on the roads in the states go for big bucks over there... and there is a high demand. I think I might have got in the middle of a scam... I also think that if I hadn't done a bunch of investigation on who, where, and when my bike moved... and without the help of Classic Motion in Anchorage and some woman named Taylor from Carlile, I might have to have accepted a settlement check from an insurance company and some Russian or Ukrainian might be riding my bike over seas... I would hope I'm wrong and this was just a bad experience but too many things don't add up... but I don't think I'm that far off the truth.... which I fully intend to get to the bottom of. Proving this might be as tough as finding evidence that Russia influenced the US elections.... but why would they want my bike?