I used zazzle for some pins when it was still kinda new and made like $400 in a month. You basically get a royalty from the product that you can kinda set yourself. It's not a huge chunk but if you can sell large quantities is could be worth it. I have never actually seen the quality of any shirts from there, not sure how they look.
Zazzle is either permanently hacked or they have an insider ... 3 of my copyrighted images showed up for sale on Amazon.com and they were the high quality images that Zazzle (and only Zazzle) had. Zazzle has a huge form for all of their customers to fill out to identify their stuff on Amazon.com. This has been going on for years, as far as I can make out from information online.I've been using Zazzle for many years to sell my brand and they have been very good in terms of their quality and customer support.
You are so right. It's 2017. I've had my designs on zazzle since around 2005. I originally had probably almost a hundred and THOUGHT that when you delete them from their site, then the designs were off their server. At least that's what they would have you believe. But I deleted all but about 10 about 2 or 3 years ago because I wasn't really making much money on Zazzle and I really stopped paying attention but I still should have been getting some royalties. So I just tried to log into the account and I couldn't and contacted zazzle and they said they don't have any record of my account. WTF? Then out of curiosity I searched the name of my greeting cards, NZinga Greeting Cards, and over 50 designs came up in their search engine for sale INCLUDING designs I definitely know I deleted YEARS ago. Who knows how much money and how many years they've been using my designs after I'm thinking they were deleted from their servers? They are shady as hell. Now they want to tell me all they can do is delete my account. Well, what about all the money you have been making off of my designs without my consent, crooks? Definitely, don't use them. There is NO reason that they should still have your designs on their servers AFTER you have deleted them. I always had a nagging suspicion they could be printing thousands of your designs without your knowledge and just giving you peanuts. How would you be able to confirm?Zazzle is either permanently hacked or they have an insider ... 3 of my copyrighted images showed up for sale on Amazon.com and they were the high quality images that Zazzle (and only Zazzle) had. Zazzle has a huge form for all of their customers to fill out to identify their stuff on Amazon.com. This has been going on for years, as far as I can make out from information online.
I am dealing with Amazon every day now about my Copyright Images that came from Zazzle. I have deleted all of my images from Zazzle but they have already been stolen and sold to others.
DO NOT USE ZAZZLE unless you are willing to see your design "shipped and sold from China" (and other places) on Amazon. The nightmare will never end.