Red Bull takes the protection of its Brand very seriously. We like to think it stands for something, and hope that consumers know that anything carrying our trademark can be relied on. We own a huge global portfolio of registered and unregistered trademark rights and none of these trademark rights, or any confusingly similar signs, can be used without Red Bull’s consent. Doing so constitutes an infringement of our absolute rights. And that is something we cannot accept.
By buying counterfeit goods
- you deceive yourself as you will not get the quality you are used to from Red Bull and pay thus at the end a higher price
- you support criminals and even terrorist groups which finance their activities through the sale of counterfeit products
- you support the production of goods made under unacceptable human and environmental standards
- you increase your tax rate as the counterfeiters do not pay taxes like lawful companies and the government will get the lost taxes back from you
Red Bull rigorously protects its absolute rights and, as such, is interested in any background information regarding lookalike, copy-cat and/or counterfeit products.
If the deal is too good to be true you are probably facing a counterfeit product. So in case you see any such products or have doubts, please contact us using the form below. The form can also be used to give us background information or ask any questions about the authenticity of Red Bull branded and/or related goods or services.
Submissions not related to brand protection or to the report of a brand infringement will not be answered or forwarded within Red Bull.
If you’re interested in the real thing, genuine merchandise from the world of Red Bull can be found at www.redbullshop.com.
Many thanks. Your Red Bull Team.
It has been brought to our attention that the Red Bull Brand has been used to commit certain type of frauds. The main target of these frauds is to obtain personal data from the contacted persons (so-called phishing) in order to reuse this data for later illegal actions (identity theft). The different scams can be described as follows:
1. Promotion scam. The fraudsters send out e-mails in which the receivers are informed about an alleged Red Bull promotion campaign. In order to get the chance to win money within this alleged promotion campaign and to get access to the competition, they should forward personal data through a form. This form may depict various fake Red Bull trademarks. Red Bull does not carry out any such promotional programs, competitions or the like and does also not take part in any such activities with third parties.
2. Lottery scam. Another scam using the Red Bull brand involved approaching people via an SMS to their mobile phone informing them that they had won money in a lottery organized by Red Bull. Red Bull does not organize any lotteries at all or take part in any lotteries organized by third parties.
3. Employment scam. In this scam, fraudsters set up fake websites and/or send out unsolicited fake recruitment forms offering fictitious job opportunities using Red Bull’s name and brand in order to obtain personal data. Red Bull does not send out unsolicited recruitment forms nor request anyone to fill out any forms via the internet.
4. Car advertisement scam. The fraudsters pretend to make the victims believe that they would get money if they are prepared to place Red Bull advertising on their private cars and are asked to submit personal date first. This is part of a larger identity theft and phishing attack. Red Bull does not do such advertising at all and never asks third parties to brand their private cars.
Red Bull is very concerned that its name and brand is used for fraudulent activities and will do its best to stop any of these kinds of activities.
Please do not respond to any of the above mentioned fraudulent communications but instead inform your local police and inform us via email@example.com. Please use the same web address if you have any fraud-related questions.