DMCA Policy

This is our policy to aid copyright holders in the protection of their intellectual property. It’s also to ensure that unlawful material isn’t circulated on our network. So if you want to get rid of the content from our website, please read this carefully:

The Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) is a US copyright law. It covers the rights and duties of copyright holders who believe their rights have been violated, particularly on the Internet. DMCA focuses on the rights and responsibilities of OSPs / ISP s whose servers or networks may contain infringing material. Within almost every country throughout the world, DMCA has collaborated with web hosting or internet copyright or Intellectual Property Copyright procedures.


If you believe any material obtained through our Service infringes your copyright, please notify us immediately. The following must be included in writing, according to the DMCA.

#1: A physical or electronic signature of a person with the authority to act: You have the option of typing your name at the end of an email or simply utilizing the electronic signature on behalf of the owner of an allegedly infringed copyright.

#2: You must list all of your copyrighted works at a single online location, along with a brief description of each, if you claim that one or more of these works have been infringed. If you own an online site that features the pieces, please submit the URL for it or send us a copy by email.

#3: Please upload the following document with your claim: You must provide proof of infringement for the material you’re asking us to remove or disable access to. Any information that is sufficient to allow the service provider to locate the content. To identify the infringing material, send us the URL or item ID for the content you believe is infringing. You are also required to distinguish between what’s illegal and what isn’t. Please note that item ID is commonly located on a page where content is previewed.

#4: Your personal information so that we may contact you: Give us your address, phone number, and e-mail address so that we may get in touch with you.

#5: If you believe that the use of the material is not authorized by the copyright owner, its agent, or the law, you must include a statement to that effect. Unless it is incorrect.

#6: They are also required to make a statement that the information you provided in the notification is correct: They are under penalty of perjury, swearing that they are authorized to act on behalf of the owner of an exclusive right that is allegedly infringed. Unless it’s incorrect, you must include this affirmation.

If you do not provide enough information, we will be unable to comply with your request. Any person who knowingly misrepresents that material or activity was removed or disabled by accident or mistake may be held liable. Please contact us at the below addresses for additional information.