Rugged Radios has been selling rebranded and grossly-0verpriced Baofeng radios for several years. They cover the buyers with dubious "licensing" schemes using business frequencies, and they program these radios with all manner of frequencies outside the amateur frequencies they are approved for, likely because the races and individual users are so far from civilization that their transmissions would probably never interfere with commercial or amateur users. It was only a matter of time before the FCC cracked down. Baofeng and assorted other Chinese manufacturers started this problem when they began flooding the market with cheap radios that can transmit all across the VHF and UHF spectrums, and the FCC enabled them by doing nothing. Now the genie is out of the bottle, zillions of these radios are in the hands of people who don't care one bit about licensing, and companies like Rugged Radios are sneaking in under the radar with all manner of rationalizations for marketing these radios outside of what they are certified for.