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Update by user Apr 14

So, after leaving some more scathing reviews everywhere I could, I reached out to PayPal claiming fraud.PayPal gave TeeChip a chance to respond (for 2 weeks).

Needless to say, they didn't.

PayPal recovered my money from the TeeChip account and credited me the full refund of $30.98. Case closed. Good Riddance!

I suggest anyone dealing with this does the same.

And now a heartfelt message for TeeChip and their founder:

Rot in *** TeeChip! And, especially you, Raymond Ley, I hope someone gives you an unrelenting case of herpes.

I will continue to blast you and your company everywhere I can, every chance I get. I will sign every petition to ban you from any social media network that I can find. I will continue my efforts to shut down your company and your web service.

Mark my words Ray, there is a class action lawsuit coming for you.

I hope you and all your employees lose everything you hold dear in this world.

You are worthless ***.Die in a fire.

Update by user Mar 29

They replied after many attempts saying that they will offer no refund, only a reprint... of the same terrible quality artwork.

Original review posted by user Mar 28

AVOID!AVOID!

AVOID! This is a total scam. This company just prints low-resolution JPEGs on poster paper. I doubt the artwork is even theirs...

I have been trying to resolve a claim over a horribly pixilated poster for nearly 3 weeks. The cost was $30.98. For that price, I expect art print quality. TeeChip has done virtually nothing about it.

I have filed 2 claims and sent 5 emails. I have received several messages saying their server is blocking my emails, and a few vague replies saying that I will be contacted "soon," but to no avail. I filed a dispute with PayPal, we will see where this goes. I will follow up with contacting my bank.

If they have your money - don't even bother contacting or waiting on this company.

Just file a charge-back with your credit card if you can, and move on with your life.They deserve no courtesy from anyone.

Review about: Teechip Rick And Morty Poster.

Reason of review: Terrible Quality, Awful Customer Service.

Monetary Loss: $31.

Preferred solution: Full refund.

I didn't like: Poor product, Being scammed, Low quality product, Complete run around.

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Anonymous
Portland, Oregon, United States #1314335

So Teechip is NOTORIOUS for hosting stolen artwork and this is no exception. This art was stolen from Dan Mumford, they just took a low res .jpg from his website and uploaded it to Teechip (hence the blurry/poor quality) This is a link to Dan's site: http://www.dan-mumford.com/im-starting-to-work-up-some-anxiety-about-this-whole-thing/

When purchasing artwork online make sure you are buying from a legitimate source and that the proceeds are going to the actual artists.

Anonymous
Mansfield, Nottinghamshire, United Kingdom #1309437

I have the exact same problem with the exact same poster/print. I have sent countless emails, spent money on international calls just to be ignored and even spoke on live chat to an employee who said my refund request was being put in place. Now I'm being ignored, it's ridiculous.

vitaly87
to Mick Chicago, Illinois, United States #1309607

***!They got you too :(

I tracked down the actual artist: Dan Mumford (who does amazing work, by the way).

The piece is called: "I'm starting to work up some anxiety about this whole thing."

He created it for a showing at "Gallery 1988" - I contacted both the artist and the gallery, they told me that they have already asked TeeChip to take down the item.

And, unfortunately, the prints were limited, and are no longer available for sale anywhere.

I noticed that the TeeChip also removed the TM and (C) attribution to Cartoon Network from the artwork...So, not only is this a total scam, it's also blatant copyright infringement.

I think the only real solution here is to contact my bank.

TeeChipRep
to vitaly87 Indianapolis, Indiana, United States #1334994
Teechip Verified Representative

Hi, sorry to hear of the frustration that you have experienced with your order.That is certainly not the level of service we strive to provide here at TeeChip.

Please provide your email address and order number and I will contact you via email shortly.I look forward to getting this handled as quickly as possible.

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