Wow. You really seem to have some anger issues over this...
I am very careful to ensure things I say are true. I'm not just some schmuck with an internet connection making this stuff up -- I've got a pretty good history of being right about Rohrbaugh if you care to review the history of this forum. I am not wrong about this.
For the record, it is a MOVE and a SALE. At first, all they could say is that they were moving the factory, which was true. Then, the purchaser allowed them to divulge some limited additional facts that the company had been sold.
There is no IF the company was sold -- it was sold. As for when the new purchaser may choose to start answering the phones -- I have no idea. However, I suspect that they didn't buy an existing company just to shut the doors.
As for the FFL checker -- I have no idea. Perhaps it is not up to date. Perhaps there is other licensing involved in accepting firearms for repair in New York beyond an FFL. Perhaps the new purchaser's legal department has an opinion about what they can and can't do in the midst of a relocation. A couple of guns arriving in Deer Park were refused because the Rohrbaughs were told they could not legally accept them anymore.
There is not a conspiracy hiding under every rock.