Predatory plaque companies who steal published content and sell it to the publisher's readers are breaking the law. These predatory companies are doing a huge disservice to the publishing industry and customers. They sell substandard work, at inflated prices to customers who believe they are working with the source - the publisher. They are deceptive and breaking copyright laws.
PUBLISHERS: GET CONTROL OVER YOUR BRAND AND YOUR WORK.
The restaurant pictured paid between $5,000 and $6,000 for the news plaques shown. They did not purchase them from the publisher. They are yellowing, bad photocopies and old fashioned.
NEWSKEEPSAKE IS HERE TO HELP: We work with publishers so they can get control over their content and brand and make money off their publications hard work.