• Report: #1018424

Complaint Review: Zazzle

  • Submitted: Thu, February 21, 2013
  • Updated: Thu, February 21, 2013

  • Reported By: Don — Kansas City Kansas United States of America
Zazzle
internet, California United States of America

Zazzle tanvir, content management Tanvir said my 91yr mother is a convicted criminal internet, California

*Consumer Comment: Content Management Team

*Consumer Suggestion: Zazzle Insults the Greatest Generation

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  I designed a stamp to recognize my 91 yr old mothers contribution to the world war 2 war efforts as a Rosie the Riveter female contributor .
She was a welder and worked for the MarinShip company in 1944 which was a ship building company.  It was located in Sausalito California to build ships for the US government.  I used her
actual original badge including the actual laminated photo that was issued to all employees on the stamp design. Zazzles content management person Tanvir rejected the design on the grounds that the badge was a photo of a "convicted criminal mug shot". I politely explained to Tanvir that is was my mother's employee badge issued to her and he was incorrect. He replied that the design was definitely  a mug shot of a convicted criminal and refused to reconsider.
He was very wrong and did'nt care whether he hurt-ed my feelings or not . I feel he was very unprofessional and chosen to let his warp point of view prevail to the extent that I the am denied the service of the company for no real reason.  My mother was never arrested or convicted of a crime.

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#1 Consumer Comment

Content Management Team

AUTHOR: Brian - ()

Zazzle's content management team doesn't care about anyone or anything other than Zazzle. It doesn't matter whether the content is legitimate or not.  Whatever the content management team says is how it is. If you put up anything that even remotely appears as owned by someone else or is something they simply don't like, down it comes. There's no bargaining, no rebuttals and no disputes. You can email them all you like, but they're going to say the same thing each time.

This is one of the primary reasons I strongly recommend not using Zazzle. It's too bad too because the idea of Zazzle is great. They just have a bunch of lackey minimum wagers (or less) working the content review team who don't have the first clue about copyright law or much of anything else.

Until Robert Beaver and his Beaver family cabal can manage to get that company under control, it will remain a festering pile of trash. I wouldn't recommend anyone use that site to buy anything let alone set up a store there. Overall, I'd avoid Zazzle at all costs. Spend your money at places where people actually care about the consumer and the content owner.

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#2 Consumer Suggestion

Zazzle Insults the Greatest Generation

AUTHOR: consumerfraud - ()

Have you tried sending a link to Zazzle about the shipping building yard in question, which is listed on the i.d.:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marinship

The people that work at Zazzle are not the brightest bunch of cookies to be baked. I must admit my own generation (in their forties) probably know little or nothing about World War II, but we are likely talking about people in their 20's and 30s so its more of a lost cause in Zazzle's case.

People don't understand that we were at war at the time so any job remotely connected to a military contractor or important resources required security. People see the height chart behind your mother ank immediately think its mug shot when a 20 second search on Google reveals otherwise.

Maybe you should contact the NAACP, or similar group, and have then send a letter to Zazzle that asks them why they are discriminating against your mother, whose generation saved the free world!  Perhaps you could contact Fox News or another news outlet - maybe your local news station to get the word out. I would not let them off easy on this one - they are spitting on the memories of these people.

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