If your copyright-protected work was posted on Sellix without written consent, you are more than able to submit a copyright infringement take-down. Sellix will comply with all authentic requests.
Who can request a takedown?
Only the copyright owner or their authorized representative may file a report of copyright infringement. Sellix may ask for verification from the requester to verify their authenticity.
We request that you only email us through your generic brand email (i.e email@example.com).
What do we provide to Sellix-powered businesses?
We regularly provide the rights owner’s name (or company name), the details of your report to the person who posted the content you are reporting as well as the product id.
In some rare cases, we may provide a full copy of the contents of the product to the business you have reported.
What do we require before processing the takedown?
We require any and all requesting a takedown to send us the individual Sellix-powered business name and product IDs of each infringing content so our Risk Operations Team can work to remove the products that belong to you.
You are able to find the product ID of each Sellix product by clicking on the product, going to the URL bar, and copy/pasting the ID (https://sellix.io/product/PRODUCT_ID)
SELLIX BUSINESS NAME
PRODUCT_ID, PRODUCT_ID 2
Without this information, our team will not in any circumstance go forward with the request for a takedown.
I'd like to go forward with a takedown request
If you choose to follow through with a copyright take-down, remember that you will be starting a legal process with Sellix.
If you believe content that is hosted on Sellix is infringing your intellectual property/copyright, you can:
Sellix is committed to ensuring that goods or services hosted on our platform do not in any way, violate or infringe on anyone's intellectual property or copyright.
Submitting a false takedown request
If our team is to find out that your request is false, not only will it be discarded but we may seek reimbursement for costs in investigating requests for takedowns as provided by law.
These fees apply on a per-account basis. We may also charge additional fees for costs incurred in responding to unusual or burdensome requests.