Wednesday, September 16, 2009

Infringement notice post #3

So today is now Wednesday and I have emailed the letter to Mr Pan twice with no response from him. I am now in the process of filing a counter notice with the website that removed my product. I think it's pretty nasty that said website cannot and will not stand up for the little person. They have their "legal guidelines" and could care less about anything except making the almighty dollar. Well, I suggest they wake up, because when my friends and I are through turning everyone in for "infringement" on that website, they won't have much of a selling venue left. I was turned in by someone just for spite and I don't think that is fair either. (Guess maybe they are jealous of my work and my sales? LOL) Now I have to jump through hoops to try to get my item reinstated in my shop. The shop I have to pay money to list my products in. I'm sure the website isn't going to refund my listing fees either as menial as they are.
Anyway, counter notice is in the works but I'm sure everyone is going to drag their feet in getting the paperwork to the correct people. Who knows, this may just end up in court. I am willing to go that far. Like the letter said, "fabric is sold, not licenced". And I will make sure everyone knows it.

P.S. A counter notice is basically a dispute. My dispute is that they had no right to pull my product.


  1. Since the product that you purchased wasn't licensed (saying so on the selvage) the store that sold it would be responsible, not you.
    That's how I see it anyway!

    Keep us posted!

  2. I am sorry that something like this happened to you,hopefully you can get it all straightened out