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Teespring vs Trademark

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by bartono, Jul 17, 2014.

  1. bartono

    bartono Regular Member

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    I see some people create shirts with copyright infringement and their campaigns is alive.
    How they do it?
     
  2. Carepolice

    Carepolice Power Member

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    Well at some point they have to submit their design, I would assume whoever is reviewing simply didn't care or didn't notice. If you're not afraid of legal repercussions then perhaps you could just give it a shot?
     
  3. GringoMonkey

    GringoMonkey Regular Member

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    It is not a good idea to try an rip off others peoples trademarks, because you won't be able to build a sustainable income.

    If they have a trademark, they have lawyers!
     
  4. LeafCrAzY93

    LeafCrAzY93 Registered Member

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    It depends who you are ripping off.... also I believe that TeeSpring is responsible as they print the shirts.

    If you steal a shirt and it gets reported you could easily lose all those sales - however; that is unlikely.

    TeeSpring will eventually crash, they have hit their peak. 90% of their shirts are stolen, using names they shouldnt etc... not to mention marketing the shirts on FB is becoming incredibly harder.

    I'd say dont worry about Legal Repercussions, I mean you are on BHW. Just dont be stupid and print a shirt with "Nike"