Sport LaVar Ball served with lawsuit over Big Baller Brand products

19:06  11 january  2018
19:06  11 january  2018 Source:   usatoday.com

Big Baller Brand has 'F' rating from Better Business Bureau

  Big Baller Brand has 'F' rating from Better Business Bureau When it comes to ordering any merchandise from Big Baller Brand, the new motto is: buyer beware. Big Baller Brand, the apparel company created by LaVar Ball that represents his three basketball-playing sons, has received an F rating from the Better Business Bureau, as pointed out by TMZ Sports.A file for the company was opened on April 18, 2017, and 32 complaints have already been filed against the company.They have received 12 failure to respond to complaints and five complaints that were unresolved. They have a 1 star composite score out of 5. They have 44 reviews on the site — all of which are negative.

LaVar Ball served with lawsuit over Big Baller Brand products . Sayer said that the Big Baller Brand --- which charges up to for t-shirts and as much as 0 for hats --- had not paid any of the money owed as of Wednesday.

LaVar Ball is nothing if not a stellar marketer of the Big Baller Brand he has created. The company has no advertising budget, and yet he finds a way to get it displayed places, his sons wear all the gear, and he even managed to use the name as on official brand on a tournament in Lithuania

LaVar Ball (right) poses for cameras with his wife Tina (left) before game involving their son Los Angeles Lakers guard Lonzo Ball (not pictured) against the Golden State Warriors at Staples Center.© Richard Mackson-USA TODAY Sports LaVar Ball (right) poses for cameras with his wife Tina (left) before game involving their son Los Angeles Lakers guard Lonzo Ball (not pictured) against the Golden State Warriors at Staples Center.

LaVar Ball was served with a lawsuit at his Southern California home last month and has yet to pay any of the $25,000 owed to an embroidery and screen-printing company that  worked on Big Baller Brand products, a lawyer in the case told USA TODAY Sports.

The lawsuit was filed in San Bernardino County by the owner of Closet Collection in November. Michael Sayer, the attorney for Closet Connection, said that Ball himself received the summons for the breach of contract lawsuit.

Big Baller Brand has 'F' rating from Better Business Bureau

  Big Baller Brand has 'F' rating from Better Business Bureau When it comes to ordering any merchandise from Big Baller Brand, the new motto is: buyer beware. Big Baller Brand, the apparel company created by LaVar Ball that represents his three basketball-playing sons, has received an F rating from the Better Business Bureau, as pointed out by TMZ Sports.A file for the company was opened on April 18, 2017, and 32 complaints have already been filed against the company.They have received 12 failure to respond to complaints and five complaints that were unresolved. They have a 1 star composite score out of 5. They have 44 reviews on the site — all of which are negative.

LaVar Ball served with lawsuit over Big Baller Brand products . Meanwhile, Ball has continued to face criticism for his constant critiques about playing time when it came to his eldest son, rookie Los Angeles Lakers guard Lonzo Ball .

LaVar Ball served with lawsuit over Big Baller Brand products . LaVar Ball is nothing if not a stellar marketer of the Big Baller Brand he has created.

Sayer said that the Big Baller Brand --- which charges up to $60 for t-shirts and as much as $100 for hats --- had not paid any of the money owed as of Wednesday.

“We haven’t even heard from him,” Sayer said.

The business owner declined to speak to USA TODAY Sports when reached this week, although he told The Los Angeles Times about his issues with Big Baller Brand. He did not want the newspaper to use his name because of the legal proceedings.

“We tried for about three months,” the owner said of his attempts to recover what was owed. “They said they would make payment about seven times. They just kept pushing it back and kept pushing it back.”

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Company suing Big Baller Brand hasn’t ‘even heard from’ LaVar Ball

  Company suing Big Baller Brand hasn’t ‘even heard from’ LaVar Ball It's bad enough that the Big Baller Brand is being sued by Closet Connection, an embroidery and screen-printing company, for $25,000 over money owed for services already rendered. It's quite another that, according to USA Today's A.J. Perez, LaVar Ball has yet to respond to the lawsuit, despite being served notice at his Chino Hills home in December. "We haven't even heard from him," Michael Sayer, the attorney for Closet Connection, told USA Today.

Does this all make LaVar less of a Big Baller ? Or is this kind of behavior what constitutes that status? Either way, if LaVar hasn’t paid up yet, don’t expect him to cut short his Lithuanian vacation to do so. Big Baller Brand , Closet Collection, LaVar Ball , lawsuit , San Bernardino, LaVar Ball .

Big Baller Brand Hit With Lawsuit for Neglecting to Pay ,000 USD to Manufacturer. Reportedly dodging payments for three months. Tickets for LaVar Ball 's New JBA League Are Selling for 0 USD.

A lot has transpired in the Ball family’s life since the lawsuit was filed on Nov. 27.

LaVar Ball’s middle son, LiAngelo, was kicked  out of UCLA as the freshman was suspended for allegedly shoplifting during a team trip to China. LiAngelo and his youngest son, LaMelo, then signed one-year contracts with a professional basketball club in Lithuania.

Meanwhile, Ball has continued to face criticism for his constant critiques about playing time when it came to his eldest son, rookie Los Angeles Lakers guard Lonzo Ball. Golden State Warriors coach Steve Kerr to call LaVar the “Kardashian of the NBA" this week.

A status hearing for the case is scheduled for May.

LaVar Ball Files Trademark for Junior Basketball Association .
The father of Los Angeles Lakers guard Lonzo Ball filed a trademark application last week seeking the rights to name a new basketball league, documents show. According to the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, LaVar Ball has filed to use the name "Junior Basketball Association."The applicant for the trademark is Big Baller Band of Chino Hills, California, and is seeking to use the JBA name on "athletic apparel, namely, shirts, pants, jackets, footwear, hats and caps, athletic uniforms."Ball also filed a trademark application on a logo, which shows a silhouette of Lonzo Ball dunking.

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