In our attempt to keep you informed and out of trouble with spending money on what you think you really want to buy, we are going to keep a list of retailers that you should be weary of. The stores are all online and we have very strong information that these sell sticks that are not real Gryphons. We strongly urge you to take note of these stores and we will be updating this list as we find confirmation of more places that are not authorised retailers of Gryphon Products.
The sticks sold here are fakes. Mostly they are factory seconds (not Gryphons) that have been resprayed poorly to look like a Gryphon. These sticks will not perform well, will have a tendency to break or feel bad in the hand. They will look wrong as they will have spelling mistakes and graphics that are incorrect. All together it’s not a great package and you certainly don’t want to be handing over money for these products.
For more information on identifying a fake Gryphon you can refer to this post.
Stay clear of:
http://www.alibaba.com/member/pk107592072.html – Azka Sports International
KO Hockey http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100000205019357&sk=wall (Selling fake Gryphon’s through their Facebook page)