I received an email today from Eddie White requesting 100 Gilden medium 50/50 t-shirts to be printed. Since, DTG prints best on 100% cotton, I suggested he seek out a screen printer. Sounded like a scam to me.
There was someone on here the other day asking about what kind of printing he should use for his designs. He wanted about 700 shirts. So many of each of his designs. It was determined that screen printing would be too costly due to the colors involved and it was suggested that he do DTG printing. Don't know if this is the same guy or not. But with any kind of an order that size I ask for payment in advance. If you don't pay, I don't order the shirts or print.
Those guys are scammers from Nigeria. They emailed me someones credit card info. I came to my senses and didn't run it. They wanted 1,000 white tees. The dude called me with like a 233 country code so I googled it. Don't waste your time.
700 is more like a scam and I had some of those. I also have to educate most of my customers because they forever asking for one thing and meaning another. So my job is also to do a show and tell so I keep DTG and SP examples in my shop and show them what I do - transfers.
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