If your good at reading scripts. could you take a look at a-bikeusa.com
some of us see it as most likely a fake site. My personal view is that it is
either a friendly joke or a sinister attempt to fish for creditcard info.
If it is very sinister it will download a trojan when we click on things.
so be careful. I don't link to it just in case.
So if your a computer geek could you help us understand how dangerous
such a site is?
I actually followed you implied? suggestion and made a phone call. He has bought people to take care of admin bu he visit them almost daily. Dan Sparrow. He sell Flatscreen TV normally so these bikes are a side thing.
Why on earth does he sell copies in Florida. Don't they care about fakes? Here in Europe such is illegal.
I didn't talk to him personally but they promised to tell him that where I live it is not allowed.
Hopefully he reconsider so nobody get hurt thinking the bikes are the original.
So hopefully he will not chase me around the net for being nosy? Would he sue me? One never know.
But would not the cps come knocking on his door. To sell something illegally must me kind of
something they act on? Am I naive?
first phishing and than unauthorized copies..... somebody needs to calm down. The bike industry is by far not big enough that any phishing sceme would make any sense whatsoever. These outfits work with huge numbers to extract maybe one or two "worthwhile" candidates .... ,,,,
and than these copiy story... c'mon who would copy such a thing ? lol looks to me that the manufacturer unloaded a bunch of "this will revolutionize the whole industry"to an unsuspecting guy who is trying to make a buck.. and now he is stuck with them ...