taylor swift is reportedly going after etsy sellers - coffee mug & tumbler
If you want to draw "party like 1989" on your coffee cup and try to sell it on Etsy, you may reconsider.
Taylor Swift, or more specifically, Taylor Swift's lawyer, is reportedly tracking sellers on Etsy who have issued a stop and stop order for trademark infringement.
If you haven't heard of it, there are a lot of trademarks for Taylor Swift.
This has been going on for a while, according to BuzzFeed, but has recently intensified.
They quoted an Etsy owner who said they were shocked one day when they received an email.
"We started this project for fun, we liked Tyler, and we had friends who liked Taylor.
We never intended to use it as a profitable project.
"The cost of the project covers transportation costs and production costs, and there is very little left," they said . ".
"When we get the e-
The email said that the trademark infringement incident happened and we were very shocked because while our merchandise was popular, we did not feel that it became popular enough to do harm to Taylor Swift's empire.
We were shocked.
We are scared.
We didn't even make enough money for lawyers, which seems like a harmless and fun idea.
"As more evidence, BuzzFeed points to the 15 Taylor Swift-which they released a while ago-
Theme Etsy products.
Only three of them are still available.
Etsy declined to comment on specific issues with Taylor Swift's merchandise, but made this rather generic statement on their website scope policy: Searching for Taylor Swift's accordingly on Etsy, it is not clear how positive Taylor Swift's lawyers have taken on these withdrawal requests.