Should you find material on our website that infringe on your copyright, please let us know as soon as possible. You can notify our support staff via email, mail, or fax. A copy of your correspondence will be forwarded to the person responsible for complying with the law as indicated in the Digital Millenium Copyright Act (DMCA 17 U.S.C. § 512(c)(3).). Please be informed that claims and misrepresentations are taken seriously by the authorities as these are illegal pursuant to federal law. Should you be found guilty of creating such claims, you will be held liable for damages resulting from the said false claims and misrepresentations.
All correspondence regarding copyright infringement should include the following:
-Identification of the property that is in question on copyright infringement
-A statement from the copyright owner or acting agent that the material in question was not authorized to be used by our website.
-Proof that the property in question is owned by the copyright owner
Communications regarding copyright infringement should include the following information
1. Identification of the copyrighted property in question
2. Statement from the supposed copyright owner or representative of the material in question stating the use of our website was unauthorized
3. Proof of ownership of the material in question
4. Signatures of all parties involved in the copyright infringement preceding
Email Address: email@example.com
If you find your copyrighted material to be removed mistakenly from our website due to an error on our end, you may send us a counter notification in clear detail about the error and why we should not have removed it. We cannot guarantee that any material would be reinstated, but in order for your notification to be effective, kindly include the following information: -Your name, address, and telephone number -A statement by your authorized agent.
If we find your counter notification to be valid, and under our discretion, your copyrighted material that was removed will be reinstated within 7 business days. In the event that your counter notification is denied, you may submit again at your expense. Please note that any misrepresentation or materially 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.
* These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.