Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) Notice
If you believe that materials available on one of our user's websites infringes on your copyright, please notify us by providing a detailed DMCA notice as outlined below. We will promptly review all DMCA notices. If a DMCA notice is deemed to be valid we will remove the infringing materials and email the DMCA notice to the user who uploaded the materials. We may also terminate the accounts of users who are determined by us to be repeat copyright infringers.
Prior to submitting a DMCA notice please be sure that the site that infringes your copyright is hosted by us and that the materials are not subject to fair use protections.
Please be advised that if you file a false DMCA claim you may be liable for damages, including legal fees and costs arising from the claim.
To submit a DMCA notice, please follow these steps:
- Verify that the website in question is hosted by QiSites. Our websites use the DNS Nameservers NS1–NS4.QISITES.COM.
- Contact the website owner directly. Our users normally include contact information or web contact forms on their websites. You should make a good faith attempt to resolve the issue directly with the website owner before contacting us.
If you cannot resolve the issue directly with the website owner, please submit your DMCA notice to us via email including the following information:
- Your name, company name, mailing address, phone number, and email address. If necessary, we will contact you via EMAIL.
- The copyright holder's information, if different from above.
- Full URLs of the infringing materials. You must provide the full link to the page, post, image, or document that contains your copyrighted materials.
- A description of the copyrighted materials so that we can easily find the content in question.
- Location of the original copyrighted work, such as your website or blog from which the materials were taken.
- Specific information about when and how you attempted to contact the website owner and what if any response you received.
- A statement that you swear, under penalty of perjury, that the information in your DMCA notice is accurate.
- Any additional information that you believe is materially relevant in helping us determine the legitimacy of your claim.
Please submit your DMCA notice to us via email.