DMCA


Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) Policy


If you discover or believe that any material or images used on our website violate the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA 17 U.S.C. ยง 512(c)(3).) we urge you to contact our customer support by e-mail, fax or telephone to resolve the issue. A transcript of your message will be forwarded to the appropriate persons responsible for complying with the law. Please be forewarned that unlawful representations or false claims of copyright infringement are taken severely, and are illegal under federal law. Furthermore, if you are found to be guilty of such claims, you will be held chargeable for damages as a result of said claims.

All contact regarding copyright infringement should include the following:


  • Identification of the property in question
  • A statement from the copyright owner stating that the material in question was not authorized for use on our website
  • Proof of ownership of the property in question
  • Signatures of all parties involved the copyright infringement proceedings.

Copyright Agent


E-mail address: help@.com


Counter Notification


If you believe that your intellectual property was removed from our website in error, you may submit a counter notification, explaining in great detail about this error and why we should have not removed your material from our website. We make no assurances about placing the material back on our webpage, however in order for your notification to be effective, it must include the following:


  • Your name, address and telephone number
  • That your statement in good faith under penalty of perjury
  • A statement that you will allow a federal court jurisdiction in the preceding and accept process of service from the aforementioned party.

If we find your counter notification to be valid, your copyrighted material that was removed will be added back to the website within 14 business days. In the event that your counter notification is denied, you may submit again at your expense. Please note that any misrepresentation or false statements regarding the copyrighted material in question may result in liability for damages, including those incurred from attorney fees, missed business opportunities, and/or court costs. Filing false counter notifications also constitutes as perjury in the United State justice system.