72SOLD, Inc. and its affiliates, which include but are not limited to, 72SOLD National, LLC all of which are based in the United States (collectively, “72SOLD,” “we,” or “us”), understand the importance of property, especially intellectual property ("IP"). 72SOLD does not tolerate the abuse of third parties' IP on 72SOLD's systems, websites owned by 72SOLD, and/or websites where 72SOLD operates the website infrastructure (each a "72SOLD Site"). Our agreements with those that use and/or post content or material to 72SOLD Sites specifically prohibit the uploading, posting, emailing, or transmittal of content or material that infringes the IP of others. In order to enforce this policy and protect the IP of others, 72SOLD provides a process for submitting complaints that content or material posted on a 72SOLD Site is in violation of U.S. copyright law.
Pursuant to the Digital Millennium Copyright Act of 1998 (17 U.S.C. § 512), the full text of which is available at http://www.copyright.gov/title17/92chap5.html#512, 72SOLD has implemented procedures for receiving notices of claimed copyright infringement ("Notices") and has designated an agent to receive those Notices. 72SOLD has also implemented procedures for submitting counter-notices should you receive a notice of copyright infringement you believe to be erroneous ("Counter-Notices"). Notices and Counter-Notices must be truthful and must be submitted under penalty of perjury. Submitting a false Notice or Counter-Notice could lead to personal liability. You may want to seek the advice of counsel prior to submitting a Notice or Counter-Notice.
72SOLD reserves the right, in its sole discretion, to block or remove any objectionable content or material. Regardless of whether 72SOLD removes or blocks content or material, 72SOLD will make a good-faith effort to notify you if a copyright infringement complaint is made against you.
Notice of Copyright Infringement
If you have a good-faith belief that content or material on a 72SOLD Site infringes upon a copyright you own or the copyright of a person or entity for which you have been authorized to act on behalf of the owner, you may submit a Notice to 72SOLD. The Notice must be in writing (email or letter) and must contain the following:
If you have a good-faith belief that a Notice of copyright infringement has been improperly submitted against you, you may submit a Counter-Notice pursuant to Sections 512(g)(2) and (3) of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act. The Counter-Notice must be in writing (email or letter) and must contain the following:
Delivery of Notices and Counter-Notices
Notices and Counter-Notices may be sent to 72SOLD's Designated Agent via email to firstname.lastname@example.org or via mail to:
Attn: Legal Department
7333 E. Doubletree Ranch Road, Suite 100
Scottsdale, AZ 85258
When 72SOLD receives a Notice, 72SOLD will make a good-faith effort to forward the Notice to the person reasonably believed to be responsible for posting the allegedly infringing content or material. 72SOLD will use the information in the Notice to determine whether to remove or disable the allegedly infringing content or material. If a Notice is incomplete, 72SOLD is under no obligation to act. When 72SOLD receives a Counter-Notice, 72SOLD will forward the Counter-Notice to the person or entity that submitted the original Notice. If 72SOLD does not receive notice of an action seeking a court order to restrain the allegedly infringing material within ten (10) business days of receiving a Counter-Notice, 72SOLD may, in its sole discretion, reinstate the removed or disabled content or material. If 72SOLD chooses to do so, 72SOLD will do so within ten (10) and fourteen (14) business days of receiving a Counter-Notice. In some cases, 72SOLD will not be able to reinstate removed or disabled content or material due to technical limitations. In such instances, 72SOLD may choose to notify the person that filed the Counter-Notice that he or she may repost the content or material at his or her discretion.
72SOLD is not an IP tribunal and has no obligation to adjudicate claims of infringement and is not responsible for determining the merits of such claims. The parties submitting Notices and Counter-Notices are encouraged to settle any disagreements amongst themselves. 72SOLD may, in its sole discretion, use the information provided in Notices and Counter-Notices to determine whether to remove or disable content or material.
Nothing herein is intended to constitute legal advice.