I have received an e-mail from a Grant Davis (who identified himself as a Tesla home delivery specialist), saying that my Model 3 has been built. I will be taking home delivery, since the closest Oregon delivery point is 350 miles away. I cannot go to a (closer) California delivery center without having to pay California sales tax, which would be stupid, since I live in Oregon. The e-mail from Mr. Davis stated that cashier's checks to cover the sales price should be sent to him at his address (7180 Pollock Drive, Las Vegas). His address? No company name?? Las Vegas???? It all sounds so bogus. I think I should ask Tesla whether the dude is a real person or a scammer, but the last time I asked Tesla something on the web site, I never got a response. In the guy's favor, the Google satellite view of that address shows what looks like an office complex, rather than his house and backyard swimming pool, but still.... I haven't yet gotten any more detailed instructions about how the check should be made out, which also sounds strange, since I confirmed details of my purchase about 30 hours ago. Any suggestions? Thanks.