In an effort to compete in the growing online retail market, there is a section on the Sear website called "Marketplace." The Marketplace links partners from around the world through the website but they are not really part of Sears, they simply allow these retailers to sell products through the website (for a fee).
According to Yahoo Finance one of these retailers was selling Swastika Ring which would "make you look beautiful at your next dinner date." Sears apparently does not monitor what is sold on the Marketplace very well because as soon as it was brought to their attention they removed it.
Last month in the Philippines a clothing store was selling T-shirts which read, "It's Not Rape, It's a Snuggle With a Struggle." The image went viral and the store removed the product.
H&M recently got in trouble by selling jumpsuits resembling clothing worn by female Kurdish soldiers fighting against ISIS in Iraq and Syria.
Reebok lost significant money when it had to recall its "Incubus" shoe line because it was pointed out to them that an "Incubus" is an evil male spirit which rapes sleeping women.
The only way to hold these companies accountable is to hit them where it hurts... refuse to buy their products until they come to their senses.