Buyers Scammed with Stolen Equipment

Feb. 9, 2023

Stolen skid steers have been winding up in the hands of unknowing buyers in Utah, who end up losing not only the use of the machine, but also the money spent on it.

According to a report by KSL in Salt Lake City, Utah, multiple buyers reported purchasing skid steers in private transactions only to have either police or tracking devices identify the machines as stolen.

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Rod Sutton

I have served as the editorial lead of Construction Equipment magazine and since 2001. 

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