Here is some food for thought: If a r/c website offers something that is too good to be true, then it probably is not true and a scam website.
Instead of trying to be a cheap buyer, if you do your r/c business online, just buy from the legitimate sites. Try to buy and support your local hobby shop as much as you can because without those that have or are affiliated racetracks, you would not have a place to race your toys. Trying to save a few pennies could cost you tons more monies down the road with these "fake" websites offering you the r/c world but delivering nothing. Also, with your credit card information (if you give them that), you open yourself up to financial hardship fights as well as identity theft issues. Is all this worth trying to save a dollar???
It's not what you know; it's what you can prove.
The only thing that is for sure is that nothing is for sure!!!
The needs of the many outweigh the needs of the few, or the one.
There are 2 things in life that are infinite: the universe and stupidity.