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Complaint Review: 99 Designs
99 DesignsInternational San Francisco, California United States of America
99 Designs Ripped off my copyright photo and sold it as their copyright San Francisco, California
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After contacting them they took it down immediately. Then I found out that they also sold the copyright of the cover with my work to the author that requested this project. So, they take my copyright photo and sold it as a copyright!
They have stated that they will supply the author with a new copyright and will also supply me with a copy of this and also the name of the designer. Yeah right....I am still waiting. They will not give me the $300. that won because of my cover and tell me I have to get it from the designer but they won't give me the designers name so they make this impossible. [continued below]....
Watch out for these people, especially artists. They will steal your work and they think that is just ok. So they are making money off the backs of artists and don't care how they do it! Total rip offs! Customers should know that they be holding a copyright of an exhausting copyright!!! Don't think this is a big deal? check the copyright laws!
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