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  • #4

    Xavion (Wednesday, 17 August 2022 01:10)


    Your website or a website that your organization hosts is violating the copyrighted images owned by our company (zoho Inc.).

    Take a look at this document with the URLs to our images you used at and our previous publication to get the proof of our copyrights.

    Download it now and check this out for yourself:

    I do believe you've intentionally violated our legal rights under 17 U.S.C. Sec. 101 et seq. and could possibly be liable for statutory damage as high as $150,000 as set forth in Sec. 504 (c) (2) of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) therein.

    This message is official notice. I seek the elimination of the infringing materials described above. Take note as a service provider, the Dmca requires you to remove or/and terminate access to the infringing materials upon receipt of this notification letter. If you do not stop the utilization of the previously mentioned copyrighted content a lawsuit will be commenced against you.

    I have a strong faith belief that utilization of the copyrighted materials referenced above as allegedly violating is not permitted by the copyright proprietor, its legal agent, or the law.

    I declare, under penalty of perjury, that the information in this letter is correct and hereby affirm that I am certified to act on behalf of the proprietor of an exclusive right that is allegedly violated.

    Sincerely yours,
    Xavion Armani
    Legal Officer
    zoho, Inc.


  • #3

    Kerri Phillips (Sunday, 11 October 2020 09:50)

    It looks like you've misspelled the word "Genuss" on your website. I thought you would like to know :). Silly mistakes can ruin your site's credibility. I've used a tool called in the past to keep mistakes off of my website.


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