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Topic: Zazzle isn't an island
Gypsea Posted: Friday, November 22, 2019 4:34:15 AM
vivendulies wrote:
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WE NEED AN OPT OUT NOW!!!
Not an opt out via recreating existing items with customize set to NO.
Not an opt out be disallowing customize.

An opt out solely of any and all collaboration.
An opt out to the invite button displayed in the designer tool with our items!!!

There. Feedback.


Viv, you break my heart. Here it is November 22nd and no last minute reprieve from the Governor. I'm not surprised and I don't think you are either. But you really feel for those who are so invested with their talent and works. Me too. I do hope you and I are wrong and the artists here find peace and the steady income they deserve.
Topic: Zazzle isn't an island
Gypsea Posted: Friday, November 22, 2019 4:34:15 AM
vivendulies wrote:
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WE NEED AN OPT OUT NOW!!!
Not an opt out via recreating existing items with customize set to NO.
Not an opt out be disallowing customize.

An opt out solely of any and all collaboration.
An opt out to the invite button displayed in the designer tool with our items!!!

There. Feedback.


Viv, you break my heart. Here it is November 22nd and no last minute reprieve from the Governor. I'm not surprised and I don't think you are either. But you really feel for those who are so invested with their talent and works. Me too. I do hope you and I are wrong and the artists here find peace and the steady income they deserve.
Topic: "Gardening" for search term is a disaster - Suggestion
Gypsea Posted: Wednesday, November 20, 2019 6:23:12 PM
Lynn-Marie Gildersleeve wrote:
Gypsea wrote:
Lynn-Marie Gildersleeve wrote:
So if I were a customer (and sometimes I am) and I wanted to find my mother a gift that was for gardeners I would use the search term "gardening".

The entire gardening search term is doormats. Yes I am aware that Z used the department "gardening and outdoors" for products. I realize that there are prefill of tshirts, binders department categories etc. However, Z is limiting the options of the customer and it excludes other departments.

What about gardening ornaments? How about my gardening stadium seat cushions that are used for gardener's knees?

"Gardener" the same results.

Please reconsider removing doormats from the "gardening" search term.

Thank you Roses


I and other artists chose doormats for the knees in gardening because of their superior cushioning, ability to use the entire surface for customizable art and size. I use mine at home for gardening and don't see a reason for excluding the doormats being used as a cushion for the knees. I do however agree that your ornaments should show under "gardening" as should any items that may be a great gift for the gardener.


But that would indicate that the doormats are for gardening always regardless of the design.

They need to remove products from the type of category they are assigned to. Susannah has said it best.


I agree, all doormats should NOT be on gardening unless they are marked specifically for gardening use.
Topic: "Gardening" for search term is a disaster - Suggestion
Gypsea Posted: Wednesday, November 20, 2019 6:23:12 PM
Lynn-Marie Gildersleeve wrote:
Gypsea wrote:
Lynn-Marie Gildersleeve wrote:
So if I were a customer (and sometimes I am) and I wanted to find my mother a gift that was for gardeners I would use the search term "gardening".

The entire gardening search term is doormats. Yes I am aware that Z used the department "gardening and outdoors" for products. I realize that there are prefill of tshirts, binders department categories etc. However, Z is limiting the options of the customer and it excludes other departments.

What about gardening ornaments? How about my gardening stadium seat cushions that are used for gardener's knees?

"Gardener" the same results.

Please reconsider removing doormats from the "gardening" search term.

Thank you Roses


I and other artists chose doormats for the knees in gardening because of their superior cushioning, ability to use the entire surface for customizable art and size. I use mine at home for gardening and don't see a reason for excluding the doormats being used as a cushion for the knees. I do however agree that your ornaments should show under "gardening" as should any items that may be a great gift for the gardener.


But that would indicate that the doormats are for gardening always regardless of the design.

They need to remove products from the type of category they are assigned to. Susannah has said it best.


I agree, all doormats should NOT be on gardening unless they are marked specifically for gardening use.
Topic: How to make complaint about Zazzle's new contract
Gypsea Posted: Wednesday, November 20, 2019 6:19:39 PM
I've just finished my formal complaint to the https://www.dca.ca.gov/consumers/complaints/consumer.shtml

Quote:
35.15. In the event of any conflict between the various language versions of these Policies, the English language version on www.zazzle.com shall control.
Our address: Please send any questions or comments (including all inquiries unrelated to copyright infringement) regarding this Site to:

1800 Seaport Blvd.
Redwood City, CA 94063
USA

In accordance with Cal. Civ. Code §1789.3, you may report complaints to the Complaint Assistance Unit of the Division of Consumer Services of the California Department of Consumer Affairs by contacting them in writing at 1625 North Market Blvd, Suite N 112, Sacramento, CA 95834, or by telephone at (800) 952-5210.



On the bottom of the full new contract is all the information you need to make a complaint about Zazzle's new contract to the California Consumer Affairs. I happen to know that California is the premiere state that goes after complaints about online companies with vigor.