- Report: #903657
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Complaint Review: The Firm, Inc.
The Firm, Inc.Internet United States of America
The Firm, Inc. CEO Tim Devalle The Firm has been claiming to have designed websites that reside in my portfolio! Internet
*REBUTTAL Owner of company: Competitor Slanders The Firm
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Furthermore, they have copied the ad that I usually place on craigslist, and have coded it so every link within the ad points to their website, www.thefirm-inc.com .
I have contacted my attorney concerning this matter, as well as all of my clients that were mentioned in the ad, requesting them to do the same, which all have agreed to do. My attorney is preparing a case against "The Firm", with the intention to make sure that this never happens to me, or any of you, again.
I GUESS THEY DIDN'T KNOW THIS!: "The unauthorized copying and distribution via the internet of the my designs and/or material, without my expressed permission constitutes copyright infringement in violation of Title 17 U.S. Code, Section106(a) of the Copyright Act of 1976, and several recognized international copyright laws."
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