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  • “Singletrack Biking in the USA with ESTA” sponsored article
  • Premier Icon IHN
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    I’m going to get into trouble for this, but there is need to use e-visa to apply for an ESTA, you can, and probably should, apply directly to the US Dept of Homeland Security, who issue them. They’ll charge you $14 for it, whereas e-visa will charge you £29.95 for exactly the same thing.

    Apply here – https://esta.cbp.dhs.gov/esta

    These visa/passport/benefits application sites that charge an admin fee for which there is zero added benefit over going to the official government site are really a bit of a scam, and I’d expect STW to do a bit more due-diligence before taking promoted spots like this.

    Premier Icon IHN
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    Are we still bumping?

    Premier Icon Ewan
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    Must say – that’s terrible that STW had that article! It’s a scam!

    Premier Icon boombang
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    My subscription is up and renewal will depend on what the response is to this. Appreciate ST need income but promotion is, to me, unethical and not aligned with my view of how ST behave.

    Premier Icon grum
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    Oh the site that has incredibly annoying spammy autoplay adverts and click through advertising to get to the forum also has shady sponsored content? Well that is surprising.

    Premier Icon big_scot_nanny
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    that is incredibly manipulative – those links are absolutely NOT to the ESTA page. What a crock of shit!


    @Mark
    – take it down man, doesn’t matter what you are being paid, that is well dodgy

    Premier Icon MoreCashThanDash
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    Mark’s reply is on the other thread

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