nasty and threatening responses to legitimate questions should be a red flag to anyone thinking of doing business with them.
I've been steaming about how Lance Armstong was able to muzzle doubters. Anyone, including former members of Armstrong's inner circle who suggested he was juiced, became the target of his army of lawyers. "Doping might sometimes be a victimless crime, but not in the case of Lance Armstrong, whose drug abuse and illicit blood transfusions created a phony empire of wealth, adulation and power that had to be protected at all costs. The Armstrong myth was so lucrative that suppressing the truth came to require an endless behind-the-scenes campaign to bully and intimidate people into silence. Some of it bordered on gangsterism. Some of it was dressed up in the respectable wardrobe of elite law firms..."http://articles.nydailynews.com/2012-10-20/news/34611910_1_betsy-andreu-armstrong-teammate-floyd-landis
Armstong's net worth is estimated at $125 Million. For a startup in India to even suggest they would initiate litigation 8,000 miles away is ludicrous. Are they planning to bring their design people here as witnesses? Realize that defamation litigation requires several elements, including establishing damages (usually).
Makes you wonder, among other thoughts, how bright the Apache people are. Don't they have better things to worry about... like increasing the size of the Yahoo Apache-labs Group beyond 180 members. (estimate the revenue that's going to generate)