Scam websites appear for FSA, Vision, SRAM

Various well-known brands in the cycling industry are once again reporting an increase in registrations from fraudulent websites purporting to represent the business.

Earlier this month SRAM issued a message warning that it has come across a number of fraudulent websites purporting to sell its goods at discounted prices. In that case, SRAM reportedly “took action” against the sramcycling.com website, which remains active as of this writing.

It’s a trend that seems to come and go, before, among other methods, targeting social media users with false Facebook ads. Scott, Pinarello and Cub all have been victims of this practice before.

Today, FSA and Vision wrote: “Recently we have noticed an increase in the number of websites and e-commerce sites falsely and deliberately linking to FSA and VISION without permission.

“We remind you that the only official websites of the company are:


“Any other site using names like our brands should be considered unofficial and we do not consider these sites to be safe sales channels and advise against using them.

“FSA and Vision products are only sold through our official distributors, authorized retailers or through our corporate sites listed above.”

Back in January Cane Creek there have also been reports of fraudulent websites trying to trick customers into buying from an unknown source.

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