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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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NFL Fines Antoine Winfield Jr. $7,815 For Taunting Tyreek Hill During Super Bowl

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The NFL has fined Tampa Bay Buccaneers defensive back Antoine Winfield Jr. $7,815 for taunting Kansas City Chiefs receiver Tyreek Hill during the Super Bowl, earlier this month. Winefield explained that the taunt was revenge for all the times Hill had done the same move to receivers throughout the season, including against the Bucs during their Week 12 matchup earlier in the year.

”The taunting, it was something I had to do,” Winefield said after the Super Bowl. “When we played them earlier (Tyreek)Hill went off on us. He back-flipped in front of my face and gave me the peace sign. So it was only right I gave him the peace sign right back. It felt amazing to be able to do that”

Hill torched the Bucs for 269 yards and three touchdowns during Week 12, but in the Super Bowl, he was held to just 73 yards. Winfield threw Hill’s taunt back at him with 4:06 remaining after successfully defending a fourth-down pass.

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Winfield was drafted by the Bucs with the 45th overall pick in the 2020 NFL Draft. In his impressive rookie year, he finished with 94 tackles, one interception, six passes defensed, and two forced fumbles.

The Bucs dominated the Super Bowl, winning 31-9, and securing Tom Brady’s 7th championship.





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Tim Tebow To Join New York Mets For Spring Training For 5th Straight Year

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The New York Mets have once again invited former NFL quarterback Tim Tebow to join their spring training roster. Tebow, who won the Heisman Trophy in 2007, first returned to professional baseball in 2016. He’s been invited back to join the Mets for spring training each of the last four years.

In 34 games with the Mets, Tebow has batted .151 and hit his first home-run last spring.

In 2019, Tebow said he’s still optimistic regarding his hopes of making it to the major league: “That would obviously be something that would be special, and I think another part of the dream,” Tebow said. “Part of it’s just playing every day and enjoying it and competing, which I love. Obviously, that would be awesome. It would be a lie if I said that wouldn’t be super cool. … But I wouldn’t say it would be a success or failure if that did or did not happen.”

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Due to coronavirus precautions, MLB teams are only allowed 75 roster spots for spring training.

During the rest of the year, Tebow works as a football analyst for SEC Network.

In the NFL, during the 2011 season, Tebow led the Denver Broncos to their first playoff victory since 2005, after beating the Pittsburgh Steelers in overtime.

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Tamar Braxton Breaks Silence On Suicide Attempt, Blames Reality TV

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Tamar Braxton is finally speaking out about her recent hospitalization due to a suicide attempt this month.

The reality television star has been recovering from an alleged suicide attempt and, today, she confirmed the reports, claiming that her career in reality television pushed her to the edge.

“First and foremost, Thank you. Thank you to each and every individual who has prayed for me, thought of me, sent me their love and has showered me with their support,” said Tamar in her new message. She goes on to hope that her own experience can help somebody navigate their own hard time.

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“Over the past 11 years there were promises made to protect and portray my story, with the authenticity and honesty I gave. I was betrayed, taken advantage of, overworked, and underpaid. I wrote a letter over 2 months ago asking to be freed from what I believed was excessive and unfair. I explained in personal detail the demise I was experiencing. My cry for help went totally ignored,” she says, blaming the executives at WeTV. “However the demands persisted. It was my spirit, and my soul that was tainted the most.”

Her lengthy message explains all that she went through as a member of the entertainment industry and how it took a toll on her as a person. She concludes by saying that what happened on July 16 was her “attempt to end my pain and my life.”



Continue sending prayers, love, and positivity to Tamar Braxton.

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