Reporting a Concern

Redbubble welcomes artists of all experience levels and from all walks of life including different nationalities, faiths, political persuasions, and sexualities. You probably won't agree with everyone all the time, but please be respectful and considerate in your interactions with others.

If you are confronted with behavior or content on Redbubble that you believe is unacceptable for Redbubble according to our documented guidelines you can report your concerns to staff using the links found around the site. Please do not post journals or public comments about people or content you object to.

Once reported, the content or behavior will be reviewed by a staff member and if found to be outside our community rules or guidelines, may be removed from the site. Most reviews occur within a few days but it may take some time to completely resolve and action. Each reported work or situation will be reviewed and assessed on a case-by-case basis. Unfortunately we are not able to reply to every individual report sent.

Report an artwork or design: To report a work, scroll to the bottom of a page where you will see a link titled “Inappropriate Content”. After clicking this link you will be able to select the reason for reporting the work, and leave a comment if necessary.

Report a journal entry: The process for reporting a journal entry is the same for reporting a work. After clicking the link at the bottom of the journal page titled “Inappropriate Content”, there will be a drop-down menu where you can select the reason for reporting the entry, as well as a box for any comments.

Report a comment on your work: CommentInappropriate.png

Report a bubblemail conversation: BMInappropriate.png

Reporting a forum post/thread The best way to report a forum post is to take a screen shot of the post and let the support team know what is going on and link them to the forum thread.
A simpler method of reporting forum posts has been suggested. You can read more on this and add your votes or comments here