Trying to Report the Oakley Scam – Failure

As usual, I am a good citizen and decided to report this scam at the Oakley Website. Yesterday I completed the horrible form to report a different website, but today I decided to send an email to the contact address listed instead:

Oakley Report

Of course, the email address does not work. So, yet again, I completed the form that asks for all kinds of irrelevant information. For example the “name of description of product” is a required field, but is obviously not relevant when reporting a counterfeit website. Not only that, but the comments section only allows for 150 characters!

Oakley has a thing or two to learn from UGG Australia, which has a fantastic website regarding counterfeiting and how customers can help.