Is Viral Style A Scam?

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Viral Style Review

Name: ViralStyle
Website: https://viralstyle.com/
Price: Free to start
Owners: Tom Bell
Overall Rank: 7.5 out of 10

 

ViralStyle, Product Overview

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What is Viral Style? Is Viral Style a scam? Can you make money with Viralstyle? In this review of ViralStyle, I hope to get to the bottom of what this company is about and learn if it’s possible to make money from this Company.

May I also suggest you read my reviews on other T-shirt companies here,

What the heck is Viralstyle? Well, Viralstyle is a unique crowd-funding and print on demand custom apparel and merchandise business. It allows entrepreneurs, a place to easily create and design t-shirts, sweatshirts, mugs, phone cases, jewelry, hats and now sublimated socks too. Where I think the main focus is selling T-shirts. Who doesn’t like a great T-shirt? Everybody has a bunch of them. They really have simplified the operation, by eliminating the struggle of the fulfillment of products, printing and keeping inventory.

It was created by Tom Bell, who was a Teespring user and wanted a better system for providing a place for entrepreneurs to create and design products with better support and opportunities. He saw a need and took action.

Viralstyle – A Crowd Funding E-Commerce Platform from ViralStyle on Vimeo.
It used to be you would pay money upfront for inventory, not knowing if your product would even sell. Then add in how many sizes to order and what colors, you can get over your head in a hurry. But Viralstyle helps eliminates those problems by being a print on demand type of business.

Once you sign up, you will be taken to ViralStyle Dashboard. Here they suggest you watch three videos to get yourself informed. Then after that, you can start creating a shirt to your liking, letting the creative side and your imagination take over.

7 BASIC STEPSgoku

  1. Find a niche.
  2. Create designs and upload.
  3. Create a Facebook fanpage & Pixels.
  4. Target and launch.
  5. Assess and optimize ads.
  6. Scale.
  7. Relaunch and repeat.

Launching A Campaign (the basics)

Launching a campaign is a process of designing a product and then set the time frame for that item to sell in. They have over 20 different products to choose from. Shirts, tank tops, hoodies and such. Viralstlye also has a menagerie of brands names of clothing to choose from. Take for example they have seven different brand names of t-shirts to choose from. After that, you choose the colors and text and artwork. You can upload your own design. It’s all very intuitive and simple to understand. When launching a campaign, you can also offer more than one product.

All the while, Viralstyle shows you the base cost of your current design, basically the more colors, the more money it cost. Base cost includes merchant fees, printing, fulfillment, and customer service. To better understand what base cost is, it’s any amount over base cost is profit for you.

Important note about colors, if you have over ten colors within product, it goes to Direct To Garment (DTG) printing prices, which basically means it costs more. So a simpler color scheme is cheaper. Also if you sell less than ten products, it’s also DTG pricing. DTG is a more cost-efficient method to screen printing for low volume orders.

Then click next, and this is where you determine the selling price. The prices are auto-filled but feel free to change them to meet your needs. Prices can go up to $50.00. Profit is also determined by the actual number of products sold.

Then name the campaign and fill in the description. Then fill in tags for placing them in stores and for Viralstyle to do targeting ads for your specific campaign.

After that, you choose the end date for your campaign. They typically run from 3 to 21 days. You can also have up to two upsells per campaign and even account for a discount to come in to play when purchased.

Viralstyle competitors are Represent and Teespring. They have their own rules and prices, which differ from Viralstyle’s.

The Good & The Badbig

The Good:

  • If your good at designing and graphics, what a great way to get involved in a business.
  • Just added a new product 9/23/2016 high-quality Sublimated Socks, which you can design and sell your own.
  • Great way to raise money for a fundraiser.
  • No upfront cost. Removes the risk.
  • Gives you a free online store.
  • No financial risk. It cost nothing to start a campaign.
  • Ships directly to buyers anywhere in the world.
  • Viralstyle handles all of the customer service!
  • Carry a vast amount of different brands of shirts: Spectra, Hanes, American Apparel, Next Level, Anvil, Gildan, and Canvas.
  • Can Upload your own designs. They accept PNG, JPEG, and EPS files.
  • Allows you to both prints on the front and back of shirts.
  • They have Pixel which is a tracking service which allows you to track who has visited your campaign page and to possibly market to other groups of people that seem interested in your product.
  • Viralstyle has a referral program. Here is my Viral Style Referal link, if you found this review helpful, please sign up to support my site.
  • If you have a fan base, it’s a great way to earn money.
  • Can put designs on front and back of T-shirts.
  • They have a training program called ViralStyle University. They break it up into 3 courses: Audience, Design, and Advertising. Basic but will get you steer in the right direction.
  • Very upfront about what you will make, nothing shading. It’s all very clear.
  • Flat fee for selling shirts.

The Bad:

  • Some people complain about T-Shirt sizes run on the smaller size so get the next size to be safe. I think it depends on the brand.
  • You must sell at least ten shirts in order to get the cheaper price. If you don’t sell at least ten shirts, you will pay the DTG price.
  • Basically a time limit. If you can’t reach your goal for your campaign, your items won’t ship, and the people that ordered won’t be charged. So it’s a wash, but you’re free to try again.
  • Must use original designs unless you have the designer’s written permission. No Copyrighted logos or slogans or artwork.
  • High Competition. If your slogan sells, expect it to be used by someone else or multiple people. Subjected to Being Copied.
  • Expect to spend money on advertising on Facebook. Can add up quickly.
  • No Marketing training provided at Viral Style. Bummer, as this very important for someone getting their feet wet for the first time and would be very beneficial.

Update 7/05/2016

Apparently, there has been spying on Viralstyle from other users using spy tools according to Client Support at ViralStyle. Either stealing their sales information or ideas or both. Viralstyle has taken measure to ensure this doesn’t happen again. Some people are getting an unfair advantage.

Who is Viral Style For?Viral

Anyone looking to make money, be their own boss or has that entrepreneur spirit. It would also be beneficial to have some graphics and designs skills.

T-shirt selling is an impulse buy, so you have to cater to that to sell your product. You have to make it funny or witty. Sexual innuendoes do really well with t-shirts sales. Catering to sports teams without using the team name but the name of the city is often used for the sports market. Then finding that specific phrase or phrases that you can scale over thirty teams and then maybe do that for a totally different sport. All you have to do is change the colors and the name. Imagination is the key to key to finding the right graphics and slogan.

In order to be able to sell in quantities, you must create a Facebook fanpage or sell on Shopify. From there you can reach certain demographics to increase sales.

Tips For Using Viral Style

Read my post on Tips For Designing T-Shirts And Selling Them Online. Chock full of important tips.

Take a look.

I highly highly recommend this!!! Something that took my t-shirt designing to the next level was purchasing graphics and fonts from Creative Market. Did I mention, the prices are cheap. Yeppers.  Well worth taking a look see. So many bundles.

Alternatives To Viral Style

There are many websites and companies that are very similar to Viral Style, below I highlight a few of them.

ViralStyle Tools & Training

They have their own training which seems pretty in-depth at their Viralstyle Academy.  They try to direct you past potholes and fast track you to earning money fast by teaching you the steps to be successful. It’s broken up into three sections: Audience, Design, and Advertising. On top of this, they have Getting Started walk-through videos to better help you get the general idea of it. Along with the videos they also an extensive How To section for specifics, so they don’t leave you hanging out there, wondering wtf. They provide I believe adequate training.

Viral Style Support

Viralstyle has a pretty comprehensive methods of support that include: Help Center, FAQ, Track Order, Returns, Phone Number, Live Chat, Order Status, and Contact Us. Which I applaud, easy to find and plenty of ways to get a hold of someone at Viralstyle.

My Final Opinion of Viral Style

This goes back to my original question Is Viral Style A Scam? For a creative, marketing driven entrepreneur, I think Viralstyle provides a great vehicle designed to get you generating money in a highly competitive market of basically T-shirt sales. They provide the proper price structure and support to get you fast-tracked to being profitable. I do believe there is a lot of hard work involved to continue to find that catchy phrase. But once you do and you start selling a lot of merchandise expect competition. As they will start using your slogan, so you need to be agile and willing to move on to the next campaign. I also believe you can make some decent money doing this, as there are quite a few people online showing what the make a week at Viralstyle.

So join up and Get Creating a Great T-Shirt!
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ViralStyle at a Glance…

Name: ViralStyle

Website: www.viralstyles.com
Owners: Tom Bell
Price: Free to start
Overall Scam Rank: 7.5 out of 10

VERDICT: LEGIT

 

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52 comments on “Is Viral Style A Scam?
  1. LuciahO says:

    Hi Dan,
    It sounds like a good venture for someone like me who want to work online, my only challenge is that i don’t have the graphic design techniques.Is their training for free or there is a fee?

    • Dan says:

      As of right now, they do not have training for graphic designing. But they do have tools for creating your design there, with over 100,000 icons or many different fonts. The training is completely free. If you have a idea but don’t have the design technique you can always go to https://www.fiverr.com/categories/graphics-design and pay $5.00 to have it done up for you.
      Hope this helps you.

    • its a big ass scam the prices are outrageous a hat is only worth 10 or 15 not 20 or 25 no one is gonna buy a hat thats not name brand none name brand hats are only worth 10 or 15 so it is a big ass scam

      • Dan says:

        Hey Jake, if charging $10.00 more for a hat is your opinion of a scam, I would have to disagree, it might be slightly higher than what you pay elsewhere but it is by no means a scam. I have bought hats all my life and have paid anywhere from $20.00 to $35.00 for a MLB hat. I have over a hundred hats. I don’t a have a problem paying $25.00 for a hat but that is up to each individual to determine that. I think a fairer statement is that you think Viral Style overcharges for hats. But I appreciate your comment, it’s nice to know that you can buy cheaper hats elsewhere. Thanks.

        • Jenice Grimes says:

          Do not buy I bought a labyrinth T-shirt with Ludo riding a dinosaur the shirt looks nothing like the photos at all it’s a lines through all the design little so dark he doesn’t even have a good form the shirt is crap and the customer service is he a worse it’s a scam. I plan posting this to every review site

          • Dan says:

            Thanks, Jenice for sharing your unfortunate negative experience with Viral Style. As I always welcome positive and negative experiences.

    • Jay Blue says:

      Hi Lucia,

      My name is Jay and im very excited about this platform however, i have never been into selling stuff and im not sure if i can sell one despite of my Expertise in Graphic Designs, Illustrations, and Multimedia. If you wanna Collaborate with me please reach me on my email smilestudios@yahoo.com .. i can do all the designs you can take care of the rest.

  2. Vinnie Prasad says:

    Hey Dan,

    Great review on viral style. I personally had a go with viral style and found the hard way how fierce the competition really is. As soon as you create a design and market the product within social media a lot of copies begin appearing. Which becomes really frustrating. Do you find that you always had to stay on step ahead of the trend?

    • Dan says:

      Hey Vinnie, Thanks for compliment. Yeah, the competition is pretty prevalent, especially with a great design and slogan. It goes back to the saying, “Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery”, as it really applies in this field. Yes, you have to stay very much on top of the field to remain on top of it. You have to be able to design and market fast. To reap benefits, then to find the next thing when it has run its course.

  3. Erin says:

    This is the first time I have heart of Viral Style. I like the idea that it is little or no risk starting out. However, I find it a bit hard to believe that you can make significant money by selling tshirts. What percentage of sales do you get to keep as a designer? I am sure viral style keeps a huge piece since they are providing basically an all-inclusive service.

    Also, do they give any marketing training? I know you mentioned Facebook Ads, but I have found those to be low converting. I just feel like there are better marketing methods out there.

    Great review,
    Erin

    • Dan says:

      Thanks for the feedback and concerns you mentioned, I understand your fear and concerns dealing with Viral Style, as you bring up legitimate concerns. As far making significant money, there are plenty of examples online of people that make money selling T-Shirts. https://youtu.be/THAGe6Y9GPU Here is Peter Chan from YouTube, I suggest you check it out. Peter for example had almost $5,000.00 in profits for 2 weeks from Viral Style, and shows screenshots and everything in the video. Not only do regular people use this service but famous athletes as well, as seen on their homepage. Famous football players and basketball players and more, as they use Viral Style to also make money.

      Everything is upfront and clearly shown to you on what you make and what they make during the creating a campaign steps. I think they keep a reasonable amount of money for their services nothing outrageous with plenty of meat on the bone for you. It is also a flat fee. No hidden fees, which I like a lot.

      They currently do not have any marketing training and is a big downfall for newbies, that don’t know where to market their shirts. It seems some people do have great success with Facebook, but yeah there are other methods to get your product out there. Thanks for the great questions, Erin.

  4. Dee says:

    From a customer standpoint, it is a scam. Twice I’ve ordered from them and both times they did not ship until after I had to file a dispute with PayPal for non shipment. They are extremely slow to ship, over a month after the campaign ends and I’m still waiting on my second order (the first was ordered in early March and received late April). If you don’t mind them taking your money right away and having to beg for your order then they’re great, but if you want to use the item as a gift, order at least a year in advance and you might get it on time.

    • Dan says:

      Hey Dee, sorry for your negative experience with Viral Style. Seems like it takes way too long to get your merchandise after ordering it, that’s unacceptable. I think that’s good advice for people that want to order something from them, to remember the long lead times and order very early. If I continue to receive complaints about Viral Style, it will be added to the review. Thanks for letting me know about this.

    • WyrtWicce says:

      Hi Dee, I am having the same issue. Ordered a clock from them, it’s been nearly two months and it’s still in the “printing” phase. Emailed them and got a very confusing reply. Tried to get clarification and nothing. I don’t have any experience with them as a designer, but yeah from a customer’s standpoint they completely suck.

      • Dan says:

        Two months!? Wow. Another long lead time complaint. Sorry to hear about you experience. Are you in the USA?

      • Myskia says:

        I ordered one of the dog tags with a quote for my husband. There’s no way to track the order and I wish I had read reviews on their fb page before i ordered.i still have not received my order and want my money back. You can’t get in touch with these people through their customer service number or through there on line help. Nothing!!!!! They are selling thin plastic dog tags with plastic chains. Something you can buy at a dollar store. They are to be metal. Not worth the 32.00 dollars I have given them. And have found out that the item isn’t even made in the US! They ship to Florida and then it’s shipped out. I have started a investigation on this and will get my money back. A scam for sure. They have so many people that have gotten pieces of crap. I will never order off this sight again. I will be very careful from now on where I order from. Ordered my item in December. And the aight doesn’t say anything. Not that’s it’s been printed or anything. Scam….

    • Marie Johns says:

      Thanks very much for posting this review it soon changed my mind to ordering a red dwarf theme christmas jumper for my teenage son if they take this long to receive your paid item and only after disputing the orders in my eyes they are dodgy. Thank you again

      • Dan says:

        Marie,
        Each order is handled different, as one person experience is different from another’s. Many circumstances dictate when orders are shipped and one person’s experience doesn’t decide the general rule for everybody else. Many people do get their shipments on time and they are very satisfied. I understand your hesitancy though too. Just wanted to express the other side of the coin as well. Thanks for sharing your comment it is appreciated.

    • RockyV says:

      Don’t you have to pay for things on any other site(and inside any other store for that matter) before you actually get them, though…?

  5. AV says:

    Well, I was just about to place an order, but after reading the reviews I am giving second thoughts…

    • Dan says:

      Hey AV, what exactly is giving you second thoughts? I’m very curious, as to what turned your thoughts. Overall they are a legit and good company. No company is perfect but that decision is up to each individual, to make that shopping choice. Take care.

  6. Dan-

    Viralstyle has been selling products with stolen artwork from myself and other artists.
    I have contacted them and they take forever to respond, most times after their “flash sales” of products with stolen art on it.
    This company is VERY SHADY when it comes to their content and they need to take responsibility for their shady tactics

    • Dan says:

      Hey Travis, That is highly disturbing, the lack of a quick response from ViralStlye when someone else is making money off of your work. It’s got to feel really violating and frustrating at the same time. I’m sorry to hear that. I imagine it hard for them to know if content is stolen unless reported. But ViralStyle should take shift action nonetheless when it is reported stolen. No excuses.
      I have a few suggestions, I don’t know that much about protecting your art but I got a few ideas. Is your art blatantly watermarked? So it’s sort of protected online unless purchase through you, then the watermark is removed when purchased? I don’t know how effective this is, but it something. I would keep calling and writing ViralStyle to get to the owner or close to him and state your problem. Try to be straightforward with them and build a friendship if possible. Maybe you have done this already, but maybe not.
      I visited your website and I am impressed with your art. Sorry for what is happening to you, wish I could do more, but thanks for sharing your experience so more people know about this. Thanks.

  7. maja says:

    Is it possible to sell in the USA if you design your products in Eastern Europe? Through Viral Style , ofcourse. Because FB custom audience is in radius of only 20 miles of your place? I don’t understand this marketing camppain. Please help.

  8. JJ Smith says:

    Just received a limited edition cat design – what an absolute rubbish product, The kitten has no softness to the coloring and the tiger reflection is practically non-existent. Appalling garbage, sold no doubt, to overseas customers such as myself as the hassle to return the product makes it impractical – my dustbin will be the best place for it.

    • Dan says:

      Sorry to hear the product wasn’t of good quality. Have you tried contacting Viral Style? Either through their phone number, chat or email? Maybe they will credit you for another shirt to purchase. Don’t just give up on your money? I guess it would be costly to send the product back and impractical. My only other suggestion would be try to work with ViralStyle and see what you can get out of it and explain your situation. I guess we all assume the risk when buying a product from overseas but any company worth its salt should at least work with you on a solution.

  9. Paul says:

    Hi!

    Nice write-up you’ve got there. Educative!

    Do you have an idea of someone who can develop a site like Viralstyle’s or Teespring’s? I’d really appreciate some help in this regard

    • Dan says:

      Hey Paul, Thanks for the compliant. I don’t know of any but I found some links that help you. I can’t speak on the legitimacy of the companies as I have never used them. Maybe try to contact the owners of said companies and ask them for advice, this was my first piece of advice that came to my head right away. Also, maybe contact Peter Chan from YouTube, he might have an idea. Maybe try on Fiverr also.
      I searched on YouTube and this is the first one I came upon. Check it out.
      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=985tJ1V-O5Y

      I know where you can get training on building a website, but don’t know anybody who would develop a website like Viralstyle or Teespring. If you are interested on building the website yourself you can find out more information here. Wealthy Affiliate Review.
      Hope this helps.

  10. Leslie says:

    Ordered one overpriced shirt as a gift. I had to contact them four times before they even answered any of my communications. 6 weeks had gone by, and no shirt. Shirt finally arrived after the 4th time that I contacted them and then they sent the wrong size. Worst online experience I’ve ever had.

    • Dan says:

      Leslie, I’ve been getting a lot of complaints about Viral Style and it pretty alarming. I would personally be very frustrated with your experience and sorry to hear this. I will be address this in the bad section about order fulfillment and possibly wrong sizes being sent.

  11. Sara says:

    I found this page while searching to see if Viral Style is some sort of scam. I’m a customer, I placed an order on October 4th and my card was charged. Today is the 21st, and there’s been no updates to my order and no response to two email inquiries as of today. When I try to visit the campaign page, there is a notice that the store has been shut down due to copyright violation. I’m going to try actually calling the customer service number on Monday, not looking forward to that as it’s rarely a good experience with ANY company. If that doesn’t produce any hopeful result, I’ll be filing a dispute with my bank. Reading here that others have waited months for an order and received low quality merchandise, I am even more disappointed than I started.

    • Dan says:

      Another Viral Style complaint. Sorry to hear of your bad experience with Viral Style, Sara. Thanks for sharing this, as many people can read it and also be informed of the problems at Viral Style and base if they are willing to risk buying something. I hope you will get your money back. Thanks for sharing.

  12. This company, much like all the “campaign” tee sites, is NOT trustworthy! They encourage people to “borrow” (STEAL) ideas from other sites and designers and “change them significantly” so they aren’t infringing. That advice right there is already getting a LOT of their users in trouble because if the source is still recognizable, they’re still going to get hit with a DMCA and possible legal action. They have a plethora of complaints about poor product quality, shipping incorrect items more than once, not responding to customer service emails, etc. PLUS they are taking people’s money moments after they order even if the campaign goal isn’t met yet.They’re not supposed to charge unless the campaign actually prints. Check out their poor reviews on Site Jabber: https://www.sitejabber.com/reviews/www.viralstyle.com

    This site is more about “marketing” mumbo jumbo than actual good quality product and good customer service. I’d much rather post my stuff to Zazzle, let THEM do the marketing and not have to jack around with hokey campaign sales. Plus Zazzle’s customer service is excellent. Real designers don’t need this kind of crap site. And if you’re not an actual designer, you probably shouldn’t be in the t-shirt design business. But, oh… nevermind. They’re telling all their “designers” to steal other people’s work, so I guess not being a designer doesn’t matter. *smirk*

    I know the levels of theft going on because I belong to several artist and tee designer groups the members of which are constantly having to DMCA stuff on every single one of those campaign style sites which clog up Facebook with “fan” pages to peddle their illegal wares and ads appearing all over feeds everywhere. I would genuinely like to see every last one of these campaign style sites put out of business permanently because they are draining income from a lot of legitimate, hard working artists whose livelihood depends on their art and shirt sales.

    • Dan says:

      Thanks Jolie for your insightful comments and opinions. I am constantly receiving complaints of service and for stealing of ones design from my reviews on this kind of site. This whole field is ripe with problems and is not fair to the people who originally designed a t-shirt design. I have no idea how they expect to remain in business with kind of track record. Thank you for your suggestion with using Zazzle, maybe this will help other designers looking for a different venue.

  13. James Weingarten says:

    These crooks currently have multiple designs for sale on their site that belong to me and being sold illegally. They refuse to get back to me and have delayed taking action for more than a week. Meanwhile my stolen property continues to be marketed and sold on their site with no accountability for the thieves responsible.

    • Dan says:

      Sorry to hear that James. This is a constant problem with these kinds of site, of having people steal artwork and using it for their own gain. I would suggest you keep at it and maybe try a different form of contacting them and maybe you will get someone who will help you. Either email, or phone number or chat. Keep trying, people that abuse and steal other artwork need to be banned. I am sure it got to be hard to police the whole site but there is no excuse for not promptly taking down the offenders campaigns with proof. Hope this will help in some way.

  14. James Weingarten says:

    ViralStyle is selling my stolen designs and does nothing about it. The legal department won’t even get back to me and has no phone number. What a joke. Stay away from this VERY dishonest company.

    • Dan says:

      This seems to be a problem I hear a lot with the lack of a quick response to pulling down stolen materials. Try to use whatever contact you can and just keep trying.

  15. Thomas Ydell says:

    Viral style seems like a good opportunity for someone trying to get into making money online.

    I have looked into getting into the t shirt and logo design thing. but I am doing too much at the moment to try and start an another venture.

    This is something I may look into when I am not as busy setting up other business

    • Dan says:

      I was the same way, but I find it very rewarding to create something you made and selling it. I hope you give it a try when you have more time in the future. 

  16. Deano says:

    Great review on viral style you gave a great overview and with pros and cons of using them. I really like that fact that they started from the ground up with a gofund me profile. However, i had already got an account with Zazzle would you mind doing a review on them too? They have a very similar setup.
    With Zazzle there was limited templates of styles to choose from do you know if that’s the same with Viral style or does the style have to be completely original?

    • Dan says:

      Glad you like it Deano. I have been skirting around about doing a review of Zazzle. Haven’t used it yet…but hopefully I will write a review of it. Thanks for the suggestion. Viralstyle has templates as well, there stock graphics though.

  17. Shane Thomson says:

    Shared! I’m pretty sure a few friends would like to read this.

  18. stephanie says:

    I ordered two necklaces, one for my son and one for my daughter. They were for Christmas. My daughter’s never arrived. No one from your company answers my voice messages or emails. Really upset since this was a gift. VS2017121203027133. Please refund $34.94 to me.

    • Dan says:

      This is a review of Viral Style, I don’t not own or work for Viral Style. I simply reviewed Viral Style, as a way of making money designing t-shirts through them.
      I understand that you are upset, I could on your behalf try to contact Viral Style if you wish.
      Did you call during the posted hours? Did you use the live chat? Did you send them a message through their message system? Try all of their contact information to get a hold of them. If you can’t still get someone to help I will try, as I am a busy person.

      • stephanie says:

        Thank you. Live Chat was never available during their hours posted, called several times during work hours but no one answers or returns the call and emails ALL go unanswered. I you can point me in the direction of someone you know that can actually talk to me that is great. I know you are busy, so a contact person is fine. Thank you.

  19. Reggie says:

    This article needs to be updated due to the fact these guys getting caught printing knock off products.
    So yes this website is a scam. They outsource all their works, have no designers, and don’t care if the prints come out wrong. As long as they are making Money. They will take your designs if they like it and run their own ads on it to make sure they make money and your product never gets seen or make a dollar.

    They got caught printing LV and Supreme items along with bootleg NHL, NFL, NBA, NASCAR, Audi, Bentley, Rolls Royce and MLB shirts, clocks, and towels.

    Hundreds of pieces a week. No care at all doing it either.
    They recently had to turn over access to their site.

    • Dan says:

      Hey Reggie,
      Where are you getting this information from, as I would like to read it myself? I would like to research and make changes if necessary to my review. Any information would be great. Thanks!

  20. Dan says:

    Thanks for sharing this information.

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