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3000 People File Class Action Against Anti Social Social Club

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Anti Social Social Club allegedly hasn’t proceeded shipping for their latest drop,Hypebeast acted and filed a complaint with the Federal Trade Commission.

According to online communities, A.S.S.C shipping services are just like their camo hoodie, they are invisible. Thought we haven’t personally copped any items online, they apparently did not send to a large part of their customer the goods they paid for.

While some reportedly received the first half of their order 121 days after placing it, such as Mr Foamer Simpson (video down below), an overwhelming majority have seen three months and a half elapsed while the brand still does not fulfill the orders.

A Petition Gathering almost 3000 signatures!

Upset, Customers teamed up to file an official complaint with the Federal Trade Commission. A petition gathering almost 3000 signatures from unhappy customers around the world.

According to FindLaw, if a business is unable to ship within the promised time or within 30 days, the merchant must promptly inform and give a new shipping estimate date or a chance to cancel their order for full refund.

For their defense, the orders that were placed in, back in July were reportedly pre-orders. but after 4 month it does seem like a very longtime to wait for a tee or a sweater and as funny as it can seem, we just went to see on ‘Anti Social Social Club Talk‘ Facebook group and noticed people are currently receiving their products at the same time you are reading this article, such as Nick who have posted his tees and sweater for sale 15 hours ago quoting : ‘Brand new from July 4th drop, just received. Add shipping & fees. Can do London meets. Size medium’ 

According to the law, the FTC has wide ranging powers to enforce the 30-Day Rule and prosecuted Businesses can be sued by the Federal Trade Commission for injunctive relief, damages of up to $16,000 per violation, and redress for the consumer. And this applies to the Internet order as well.

Despite the brand might have been drowning in work due to the massive amount of order, we think it is time for them to reconsider their implication and will in shipping out the goods that were paid for. Here is a link to the petition for those who want $16K.

In other new you should check our fashion section with, the latest leak of the exclusive FTP Basketball and the next Supreme drop featuring Cindy Sherman.

 

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M+RC Noir Is Taking The Bumbag Game To Another Pared-Down Level of Fashion

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A month after Christmas eve and it already feels like christmas, as Marché Noir just announced the future release of their amazing Iridescent Prism M+RC bumbag.

A stylish choice for the man about town, made of a M+RC Monogram-embossed PVC, the Iridescent Prism M+RC bumbag combines a pared-down design with numerous practical features, including an adjustable strap.

The stylish and convenient belt bag captures the eye with its bold, iridescent hues and you can style it as a regular belt bag, a cross-body or an over-the-shoulder as a bold accessory which simply ensures versitality for this unique good.

Related : M+RC NOIR : Inside Marché Noir Pop Up Store

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Iridescent Prism
Transparent Front & back M+RC-embossed PVC
PVC trim
Zip closure system
Adjustable belt

However we will grant them the benefit of doubt as a week after its official release, the KeepAll 50 has been one of the most hyped item of the late Louis Vuitton’s SS19 runway that took place in Paris back in June and seems to have inspired the French designer to excel.

The Louis Vuitton x Virgil Abloh bag waves both visual and technical similarities with the late fanny pack. Both made of Polyvinyl chloride ( PVC ) and embossed their most famous monograms.

Vote and let us know what you think in the comment section down below .

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Lil Pump Announces Release Date For “Harverd Dropout”

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Lil Pump’s follow-up to his self-titled debut mixtape drops next month.

Two years since, Lil Pump, the underage Floridian Emcee emerged from the depths of Soundcloud to become one of the biggest stars in hip-hop. His polarizing music yet cleaving, has generated a lot of attention and built major anticipation for his sophomore project, “Harverd Dropout.

The project has been pushed back numerous times over legal issues but we finally have an official release date.

Related: Lil Pump, Smokepurpp & Gucci MAne to debut Gucci Gang collaboration at Coachella 2019

Sharing earlier today what could be the cover art, the upcoming project will arrive on february 22nd and no official tracklist has been shared but we can assume that his biggest hits will be featured on it, such as, his latest single “butterfly doors” which gained a lot of traction due to the ching chong sum up.

You might also like: What Brand Are The Orange Sneakers Smokepurpp Is Wearing In The Chospstick Video Snippet ?

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Watch Dj Akademiks’ “A Mile In My Shoes” First Episdode With 21 Savage

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Atlanta – 10 Days Before the release of 21 Savage sophomore album ‘I AM greater than I WAS’, The infamous ATL Emcee invited DJ Akademiks to Atlanta to give a unique outlook and experience of his life.

In the first episode to the “A mile in my shoes” series, 21 Savege invites us to see how he grew up, the music recording process and every thing few and far in between.

For my Audience. Please show some love to this. I want to do more original and different content. I funded this myself to bring you some new type of content. Please let me know how I can improve and I will. Also Name the other artists you would like me to do this with. Also. 21 Savage new album ‘I AM greater than I WAS’ is in stores right now and on all streaming platforms. Special Thanks to Meezy, 21 savage, Our dope videographer, editor, Travel coordinator, Leaf and all of the crew/entourage/engineer of 21 savage.

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