They've ripped off a few people... Jonny Cupcakes was the most well known example, but they've done worse. There was someone smaller they ripped off even more blatantly, but I don't recall who at the moment.monkeylantern said:I seem to recall them doing something bad to Busted Tees or someone similar.
True, it also rather takes the edge off their "compensation" claims... selling 5,000 shirts doesn't count as compensation?monkeylantern said:On the plus side, they must have put in a major order at Crownfarmer at some point.....one would think that an order or 5,000 shirts on an Urban Outfitters account might have given CF a clue
Well, it is *slightly* on topic. By the fact they seem to cut-and-paste various products for their Urban Renewal range, I'm guessing they have no genuine RN....given they're Frankensieinial creations.Rodney said:Let's keep this on the topic folks
Solmu said:While I don't like that, and it does potentially affect Crownfarmer's image... it's certainly not as bad as my first take.
(regardless, I'm sure we can all agree the resultant beast is a hideous garment to behold )
I saw a company listed under the RN number. So I'm pretty sure there is a genuine RN number for the garments at least. That's the important part for this topic (not whether there is another garment stitched to the back...which is definitely interesting and newsworthy, just not in this particular thread ).I'm guessing they have no genuine RN....given they're Frankensieinial creations.
That wouldn't be a problem if they had their own RN and kept records of where each "segment" was sourced from.monkeylantern said:For a lot of the shirts, I don't think it's possible to have an RN that is applicable to the whole garment....
Or the one on the website itself... all three of which are the same phone number (which suggests to me it's probably accurate - no disagreement between sources).Rodney said:You could try giving them a call with the information in the RN lookup (or whois details).