Why was my artwork removed for being misleading?

Remember that when you sign up for a Redbubble account, you agree to the following terms found in our User Agreement

When you submit or upload content on the website you represent and warrant that the content is not misleading and deceptive and does not offer or disseminate fraudulent goods, services, schemes, or promotions.

If your customers purchase products of yours and complain that what they received was misrepresented on the site, your listing may be considered misleading and subject to removal from the marketplace. 

A product may be considered misleading for any of the following reasons:

  • You applied inaccurate or misleading tags, titles, or descriptions. Some examples include
    • Tagging your work with materials like “cowhide” or “real glitter”
    • Describing a work as “Brushed Copper” or “mirrored”
  • There were untrue or inaccurate statements about the functionality of a product. Some examples include products that claim to be: 
    • “glow in the dark
    • “scratch-off”
  • It included an image of a product or material that is not available on the Redbubble marketplace. Some examples include products that claim to be: 
    • “real leather”
    • Or other products not offered on Redbubble