JCPensney and JC Penneys have taken aim at the hip hop jewelry cleaner company HipHop Jewelry Care, accusing it of selling a “bad” product that is a “poorly-crafted product” and making the hip-hop world look bad.
HipHopJewelryCare.com, a website owned by the two companies, has been accused of selling fake, unapproved, or counterfeit products that could lead to health and safety issues, among other things.
The company has also been accused in a lawsuit by the American Association of Jewelers and the American Home Jewelry Association.
The two organizations allege that the company “takes the profit of the consumers through false advertising and deceptive business practices.”
HipHopjewelriescare.com also allegedly sold counterfeit products with no health and environmental certifications.
JCPenny and JCPenneys did not immediately respond to requests for comment.
The sites also say that HipHopJunkie is a hip hop product, but it does not have health or safety certifications, according to a copy of the complaint filed with the US Food and Drug Administration.
The companies have been in a dispute for several years.
HipHipHopJewelsCare.us and HipHopHipHipJunkiescare.us both launched in June and were initially launched as two separate websites, with the former offering a more user-friendly site and the latter offering more advanced features.
The HipHopCrafts.us website offers the same basic service as the HipHopCandyCleaner.com site.
The new sites were launched to counter the growing popularity of HipHopCleaners.com.
HipHopeJewels.com and HipHopeJunk.com both sell jewelry cleaner and also offer other service, including a product that makes it possible for consumers to get free jewelry cleaning from the company, according the complaint.
Both sites have been criticized for not offering enough protection for the consumers.
A spokesperson for HipHopBeautyCleaner and HipHOPJewelriesCare.org said the sites were created to help people find the best jewelry cleaner products, not to promote a counterfeit product.
“We don’t encourage people to buy counterfeit products, but consumers should look for the brands that they believe have quality ingredients and that do not contain any chemicals or harmful additives,” said the spokesperson, Sarah Buell.