Have you received a notice about alleged “copyright infringement” but have no clue what was claimed to be infringed or by whom?
Here’s the notice:
My tiny rant here is that typically, with a copyright infringement, you are given the report to determine what was infringed and who claimed copyright. We all know that a fraudulent copyright (or “copyfraud”) claims can be argued, unless we aren’t given the ammunition to do so, which is odd.
Second Part of Notice:
As a valued member of the Fiverr community, we ask you to respect the broader Internet community and refrain from such violations in your Gig offerings as this is misleading to our buyers.
Ummmm… this is a face-palm if you will. It appears my gig, and my work, has already been judged yet… there is no report, no conference and no way to know who or what was infringed, if at all.
It’s as if your mum punished you for something she heard you did, doesn’t tell you what she heard, then proceeds to tell you to never, ever, do it again…
It would be nice to receive the infringement report someone created, as well to at least place a response before Fiverr automagically denies the gig.
A well known gig of mine, one that is quite old and is 5 star rated across the board. All images for the gig were created by me and the video I use on YouTube has no copyright strikes (and was made by me) - so not sure about the alleged copyright infringement?
I have submitted a ticket to customer support to discover what is what. I’m not sure what is occurring but hope to find out more from CS. When I do I will post the info here as I see others have similar questions but there was no real follow through.
Wanna know what the gig was? I add your website link to my YouTube video description. That’s it… so, copyright infringed… how? … more to come…