I have a small situation with an Escrow.com deal. A CSO of a crypto company in California approached me for a name that I own. After I told him the price (mid five fig), he started an Escow.com transaction, verified his account there and then told me that they will soon process the wire. Now, a week later from choosing to fund by wire, he told me that the wire information was communicated to Escrow.com. Escrow.com told me they didn't receive any wire. When the buyer was asked to provide the wire transfer receipt by me and Escrow support, he just went dead silent, not answering any emails. I think they might have changed their mind. What to do with such buyers? It's been a total waste of time. Is the Escrow.com agreement for a transaction legally enforceable, since the company is in California itself? Are there are any legal options or should I just scrap the transaction?