Austin Linen Service Robbed Us – If Imitation is the Highest Form of Flattery, What is Plagiary?

I get it, it’s 2017. Things have changed. Ideas are shared – especially good ones. I’ve even been known to borrow a good idea or two (but I always return them!). What to do though when an upstart steals the core design concept and exact content of your website? Even the placement of the words and ampersands. Really my man, the &’s?

Fortunately some things haven’t changed in this digital era, like lawsuits.

Austin Linen Service Stealing Our Design and Ideas

“Hey, love your ideas… I’ll use them word for word.”


Below are a few of the plagiarism examples. If you’re working with this linen company in Austin, TX who stole our designs and copied exact content word for word, I’d be careful. Double check your bills… because how you do anything is how you do everything. If he stole our intellectual property, it’s possible we’re not alone.

Stolen almost word-for-word:

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