Digital Millennium Copyright Act
If you find any of the content on this website to infringe on your copyright, please let us know the soonest possible time. You can alert us through a notification pursuant to the Digital Millennium Copyright Act through mail, fax, or e-mail. Your notification would be forwarded to the compliance officer responsible for complying with the law set forth by the DMCA. Please be aware that misrepresentations and false claims of copyright infringement are illegal pursuant to federal law. Should you be found guilty of making such claims, you will be held liable for related damages.
Your notification should include the following:
- Description and identification of the copyrighted material in question
- Statement of ownership stating that the use of the copyrighted material on our website is unauthorized
- Proof of ownership of the copyrighted material
- Signatures of all individuals involved in the dispute.
Kindly forward your notifications to:
Email Address: [email protected]
If you have a copyrighted material on the website that was removed erroneously, you may send us a counter notification detailing the error and why your copyrighted material should not have been removed from the website. Vitrenix does not guarantee that any material would be reinstated on our website, but in order for us to take action on your counter notification, you need to include the following information:
- Your contact information (Name, Address, Email, Telephone number)
- a statement that your counter notification is in good faith and is not in question
- a statement that you will accept a federal court jurisdiction in the copyright infringement preceding
Should we discover that your counter notification is valid, your material will be reinstated in 14 business days or less, under our discretion. Should your counter notification be denied, you have the option to submit another counter notification at your expense. Please note that any misrepresentations or false claims regarding copyright issues may result in liability for damages including legal fees, court fees, and missed business opportunities. Making false claims are deemed an act of perjury pursuant to the United States Justice System.