If it's a commercial on speed i wouldn't think it is technically a scam, but it seems to be not as good as it seems. You have to pay the agency if you want to take the sponsorship. After you pay the fee you have to promote your sponsor with before and after video reviews of the products that you want.
Seems like they could easily charge you the agency fee and then say your video review isn't good enough, or something along those lines, and then make you pay for the parts.
If you have the time to make good videos and work hard at promoting your sponsor it may be worth while to get parts for basically next to nothing, but that's assuming these are good honest people that aren't trying to screw you over.
I don't care if I saw it on ABC/CBS or NBC, its still a fuggin sham if you ask me.
Yeah I agree.
They have said they want to sponsor my bike for $2,000.
But I must pay the $150 first.
Only they have not said a thing about before & after videos.
So it sounds like there not doing much of nothing if you have to make a video & sell yourself.??
Hell I guess a person could do that with out them.
To bad, $150 for $2,000.00 in parts & gear would be sweet.
That's not even the price of a chain & sprocket set.(which I need) Or tires.
"He who lives by the sword,
Will need to practice with it often."