- 1 What happens if I delete my redbubble account?
- 2 How do I permanently delete my account?
- 3 How do I edit my redbubble account?
- 4 How do I delete my redbubble account from my phone?
- 5 Can I have 2 redbubble accounts?
- 6 How do I get my money from redbubble?
- 7 Why is my redbubble account suspended?
- 8 How do you get found on redbubble?
- 9 Does redbubble print for you?
- 10 Is redbubble safe to sell?
- 11 Does redbubble steal art?
- 12 Is redbubble a ripoff?
- 13 Who owns Red Bubble?
What happens if I delete my redbubble account?
Deleting an account is permanent and we cannot restore cancelled accounts. Your profile and all your works will be removed but any comments will remain. If you have accrued earnings, they will be paid out in full during the following monthly payment period.
How do I permanently delete my account?
Just go to their delete account page, enter your user ID/nickname and password, and click on “Delete Account”. That’s it! Account deletions are permanent, so make sure you really want to delete your account before clicking that “Delete Account” button.
How do I edit my redbubble account?
If you’re dead-set on a name change you can delete your Redbubble account and create a new one with the desired username. You can choose to have either your Username or real name as your Display Name on your profile. To change this, simply visit your Account Settings page and choose one or the other.
How do I delete my redbubble account from my phone?
Under the “Edit Profile” section of the Account Settings toolbar on the left, click the “Cancel Account” link.
Can I have 2 redbubble accounts?
As accounts are not able to be linked, we are unable to combine your payments from multiple accounts to reach the threshold.
How do I get my money from redbubble?
Getting your money from Redbubble is simple enough – it happens automatically around the 15th of every month (as long as you have over $20 in royalties accrued in your account). Redbubble will send your royalty payments out to your Paypal account, or to a bank account via BACS (it’s up to you).
Why is my redbubble account suspended?
The most common reason why people get banned on Redbubble is when they open a new account from a non-English speaking country. So you can definitely reach out to Redbubble through their support email and provide your reason and apologize to them. Most likely, you will get back your account.
How do you get found on redbubble?
- What’s The Found Feed? The “Found Feed” is a collection of artworks and products that have been featured on Redbubble’s homepage since 2011.
- Tag Your Work Well.
- Pay Attention to Product Formatting.
- Offer a Wide Range of Products.
- Upload New Work Regularly.
- Create Work Based on Trending Themes.
- Fill Out Your New Profile.
Does redbubble print for you?
Everything on the Redbubble Marketplace is printed just for you, so a lot of thought goes into the way each item is made and shipped. We work with a global team of manufacturers and shipping services to get your order from the site to your door.
Is redbubble safe to sell?
Is Redbubble Legit? Yes, Redbubble is a legitimate business that has been around since 2006. For buyers and sellers alike, Redbubble’s customer care is responsive and will typically respond to a request within 24 hours, though they do say please give them up to 48 hours.
Does redbubble steal art?
Redbubble is absolutely a SCAM. They let multiple web scraping image sites like Google steal anything posted there. PLUS, They also keep “art” after an account is CLOSED. Redbubble hosts at least part of their site on Verizon Cloud in the United States.
Is redbubble a ripoff?
Redbubble is a scam guys, I made few designs and made around 400$. They terminated my account and said how I had copyrighted stuff. Don’t waste your time on Redbubble, they will most likely stab you in the back, ban you steal your art, continue selling it and scam you if you buy art from them.
Who owns Red Bubble?
Founded in 2006, the Redbubble Group (RB Group) incorporates Redbubble Limited and its subsidiaries including TP Apparel LLC (TeePublic). RB Group owns and operates the leading global marketplaces hosted at Redbubble (redbubble.com) and TeePublic (teepublic.com), powered by independent artists.