Unofficial Mozilla Shop Deutschland Launches

Wednesday August 20th, 2003

JensB writes: "Mozilla fans in Germany, Austria and Switzerland no longer need to order their shirts via the US company CafePress (Mozilla Activism) and pay for expensive trans-Atlantic shipping. I signed up with the German service spreadshirt to create Mozilla Shop Deutschland, which has significantly lower prices. Basic shirts start at only €13.90, and about €0.80 from each shirt will be donated to the Mozilla Foundation. More info is available at the shop's about page (in German)."

#15 Mozilla Shop (Deutschland) vs. CafePress

by PaulBe

Thursday August 21st, 2003 2:50 AM

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Sorry, <ryanbroken>, i was not attacking you. I should have been more carefull in my wording. I owe you an explanation on my stand re CafePress: In March this year i received several spam messages asking me to "sign" an internet petition for peace. Looking into the website at <Petitiononline> i found it suspicious that, while there was text in several languages asking people to sign in the name of peace, however there was not a real petition, goal or project mentioned. The only "real" thing were links to one of the "shops" at CafePress. I did some more research and found out that the "petition"/"shop" used names of non-existing organisations and used fake and unattended e-mail-addresses. I then informed CafePress on March 29 of my findings and my evidence that spam and deceit was used to get customers to one of their shops. I resent my message on May 14, with a note "Resending my message/complaint, please answer me." I never got an answer from CafePress and the deceitful shop is still on their website.