You have probably heard of the “Dive Shop” and “The Face Shop” which have been around for some time now, but have recently come under scrutiny from the law and the media.
This has led to an outcry from some users who claim they are ripping off their customers.
We had to ask some of the top RC hobbyists to explain their business model, the problems they have faced and how they’re fighting back.
Read on for all the details.
Who are the most popular RC hobbyist shops?
The biggest RC hobby shop is definitely not the “dive” shop, the “face shop” is popular and you will see them all around.
The main reason for this is because they are all very well known, trusted brands.
A lot of RC hobby designers and builders have been using these shops as their headquarters and their main sources of inspiration.
As you can see in the picture above, you can also find some of these shops on the top of the internet search results.
In the case of the dive shop, they are the only place to find and buy RC toys.
How are the brands different?
There are two main types of RC toy shops, the hobbyist and the professional.
A hobbyist shop can be either a store selling parts, tools or toys for sale.
Professional shops also sell parts and accessories, but they tend to sell in larger quantities than hobbyists do.
These professional shops tend to be in bigger cities and have larger staff.
The professional shop usually has more staff than the hobbyists, so the shop has to be bigger to accommodate the staff.
Professional hobbyists have a much better product selection and often offer better deals than hobbyist sellers.
A professional shop will often offer the same price for the same product as a hobbyist.
If you’re going to go to a shop for a “hands-on” or “build-to-order” model, you are going to pay more.
This is because the professional shop is likely to have more experience in the area.
They will have better knowledge of the area they are selling in. 3.
What are the complaints from users about these shop?
There is a huge difference between the hobby-specific brands and the “street-tail” shops that have been on the scene for years.
“Diving” shops are the biggest problem, as most users don’t know where to start when they are looking for parts or parts kits.
If they find a “Duck-and-cover” shop and decide to buy it, they might spend a lot of time and money on a single “parts” kit, which they will never need again.
A “street tail” shop is the other big problem.
This can happen for a variety of reasons, including the shop’s location, the shop being too small, the size of the shop or even the fact that the shop does not have a website.
They also may have limited or no staff.
How do you fight back against the legal threats?
A lot people have been hurt by the legal threat that some of them are receiving from the “professional” shops.
The reason behind this is simple.
Most of the legal action that the “Professional” shops face is because of their lack of knowledge and experience.
This means that they can easily use the law to target people who are trying to protect their reputation.
A good example of this is when a shop is caught selling a product that is made by a “Professional”, they may face fines of up to Rs. 10,000.
Another example is when the shop is accused of selling a “motorbike helmet”.
This is due to their lack to know how to use their product properly.
The problem is that the law doesn’t recognise that “moto helmets” are different from the rest of the products sold by “Professional”.
They do not have any kind of certification or certification standards to prove that they are from a “professional”.
If a “Street-tail shop” makes a product, they will often use the product to make a profit for themselves.
So if a “street” shop tries to take advantage of a “Pro” shop that is trying to sell products, they may end up paying a fine of around Rs. 1,000 as per the law.
However, this is only the case if they have a large inventory of the product that they sell.
If a shop only has one or two products, it will not be able to pay fines against them, because they will not have enough inventory to pay the fine.
A few days ago, a “diving” shop in Delhi was accused of cheating customers out of money by offering a price of Rs. 20,000 for a complete set of “dove” parts for a single set of parts.
The shop owner tried to argue that the price was too low, but the court disagreed. A shop