Tuesday, August 27, 2013

Teespring Review

I recently was given the opportunity to review the site Teespring for compensation in exchange for my 100% honest and unbiased opinion on their product.

Now I know that we all have heard of sites where you can create your very own T-shirt designs and then purchase them but I can guarantee you that you have never heard of a site like this before.

Teespring allows you to design your very own T-Shirt to sell in a campaign which in turn helps you earn some money while selling a shirt for company parties, birthday parties, family reunions, school functions, and what I love the most is to sell T-Shirts to help raise money for families in need of financial help when suffering through a tragedy.
Now if you end up creating a shirt for school functions or to help raise money for families you can have to payment go directly to them.

Here is exactly how the site works and how you go about creating a T-shirt/campaign.

You log onto their website HERE and start creating you very own custom T-Shirt. Best part is that there is no money required up front.

It only takes a couple of minutes to launch a campaign and start selling your (undoubtedly awesome) t-shirts on Teespring. Here's each step broken down for you:

1. Design the perfect tee

Use our online designer to create your perfect tee. You can upload your own art or work with our library of over 10,000 pieces of art and more than 50 fonts.

2. Set a goal (tipping point)

The next step is to set your sales goal, which is the minimum number of shirts you'll need to sell in order for the shirts to be printed!

3. Add a title and description

The final step is to choose a title and description for your campaign! This is where you can describe the tee, link to your website, or explain your cause.

I have actually used their site and created a beautiful T-Shirt for my step nephew and his family. He is a beautiful 11 year old boy who is losing his battle with a horrible childhood cancer called Nueroblastoma.

Here are pictures of the shirt that I created with their fantastic site:

 To visit the site where I have these shirts at if  you would love to help this family and support them you can do so by clicking on the following link:

Now another great thing about this site Teespring is that after you create your shirt and set up  your campaign if the goal of how many shirts you set to sell is not meet you will not be charged anything, If this does end up happening you will have to send a email out to all who would have wanted to purchase the shirts and let them know that the quota was not meet so they will not be charged either.

Please feel free to check out these other wonderful shirts created by other customers:

A couple sold this "Love makes a family shirt" to raise money to adopt: 

This one included children's and toddler's shirts to raise money for an 11-year-old to sing in a children's choir in Hungary: https://teespring.com/bunnygirlsings

This one raised over 85k for Boston relief: http://teespring.com/staystrongboston

Now please take the time to find out more about the company and their services by click on the sites links below:

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  1. I'd love to make a billion different things!

  2. I love this idea - I would probably make an Alzheimer's shirt in honor of my great grandparents!

  3. I think this is a great company. I'm unsure what kind of shirt I'd make.

  4. I have so many ideas i could use with this!

  5. Paid for two shirts for Christmas gifts, received neither, they refunded just the shipping charges portion of my purchase & now will not respond to multiple emails to resolve. Now I have to go to PayPal's resolution center to put a claim in to get my money back & will be going to BBB site (or calling if I have to) so hopefully there won't be too many more victims of these fraudsters. I guess it's back to the days of buyer beware......buy from teespring if you don't mind a good chance of never getting what you pay for.

    1. Felt the need to update...teespring finally did respond & actually went above and beyond in resolving my problem. Apparently, the holidays swamped their customer service and that is what led to the non-response & delay in shipping. They actually refunded the entire purchase price (shipping included) AND sent the shirts. I didn't think that necessary but good to know they value their customers & take responsibility when things fall between the cracks. Long story short, I would do business with them again if (WHEN) the need arises.

  6. Too bad you spelled the disease incorrectly....or Teespring did.

  7. We are having a similar problem except we still have no shirt not a refund. The last time I complained, I received an email that said that the shirt was due until January 16, 2014, It was after that date when I sent the email.
    I would never advise anyone to order from this so called company!

  8. BBB rates these guys a D... not very good. Find a reputable, local printer and work with them!

  9. Wish I had of read these reviews earlier. Paid for two shirts. Due date came and went. They said order was lost and a refund was due. Then suddenly my order was found and have a new due date.

  10. I had problems with them too. Still waiting for resolution. Will be re-sending an email. They are aware of my complaint. The material was so thin that the package fit in my small po box along with several days of other mail. The supposed 2X would barely fit my son's size x small girlfriend. Also, I very much question whether or not they bother to obtain licensing permission from the Armed Forces, various law enforcement agencies, celebrities, organizations, etc. for their creations. This was definitely not a design licensed by the US Army. Check them out before you order, then go through legitimate channels where the proceeds go to specific charities, etc.


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