[domain] Dmca Copyright Infringement Notification


My name is Pamela.

Your website or a website that your organization hosts is infringing on a copyrighted images owned by me personally.

Check out this document with the hyperlinks to my images you used at [domain] and my previous publications to get the proof of my copyrights.

Download it now and check this out for yourself:

[redacted Google site URL]

In my opinion that you willfully violated my rights under 17 U.S.C. Sec. 101 et seq. and could possibly be liable for statutory damages as high as $130,000 as set-forth in Section 504 (c) (2) of the Digital millennium copyright act (”DMCA”) therein.

This letter is official notification. I seek the elimination of the infringing materials described above. Take note as a service provider, the Dmca demands you, to eliminate and/or deactivate access to the copyrighted content upon receipt of this particular notice. If you don’t cease the use of the aforementioned infringing materials a legal action will be commenced against you.

I do have a strong belief that utilization of the copyrighted materials referenced above as allegedly infringing is not approved 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 that I am currently the copyright owner or am certified to act on behalf of the proprietor of an exclusive right that is allegedly violated.

Best regards,
Pamela Ephraim


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