How is this going to hurt us small business people?
Print on demand t-shirts are hardly essential at the moment so I understand their decision, but it is a major bummer since my sales were starting to rebound nicely. Hopefully it won't last long, but if you paid taxes you'll at least, in theory, be getting a stimulus check which in my case barely covers rent but it's still better than a kick in the teeth.
Just hang in there and look ahead to when this pandemic slows down and sales pick up again. It won't be long. Meanwhile there's lot of other online money making opportunities available so now that you have some free time, might be the time to start investigating.
Merch is not our only sales outlet, so while this hurts it doesn't shut us down entirely. We've learned that it's wise not to go all-in on any one sales channel.
But having said that: We notice that out listings on .com are still up, and there is no notation that they are unavailable. It sure looks like they are still available. We just posted on our website that Amazon orders are out until further notice, need to retract that if it's not true after all.
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