I'd like some advice from some professional mechanics about how to handle this. The shop that installed the lower crown race on my new Alpha-Q fork scratched it twice, used a black marker and some red touch-up paint to cover it up, and didn't bother to tell me about it. I didn't realize the fork was scratched until I got home and the shop was closed. Here are some pics:
The mechanic said that he applied LocTite to the lower crown race, so that's what I thought the red substance was on the steerer tube.
Beyond the fact that the fork is brand new and I wasn't the cause of the scratches, I'm concerned about the integrity of the carbon fork.
Are my concerns valid? Should I demand a new fork?