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Copyright Infringement Information
Instructions for Filing a Copyright Violation Complaint
As an ISP, CCBill follows the procedures prescribed by the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) for notification, takedown, and counter-notification. If you believe one of CCBill's Virtual Vendors has infringed on your copyrights, the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (17 U.S.C. § 512) outlines the specific procedures for notifying the infringing party.
In accordance with the Digital Millennium Copyright Act, you must provide CCBill with ALL of the following required information before we can process your submission:
With this information, CCBill can take swift and serious action against any network user which may be in violation of copyright law, however, we cannot legally be considered to be "on notice" and thereby take any action until you have submitted a complete and accurate Notice of Copyright Infringement Form. If you have any questions regarding our policies or procedures, you may contact one of our registered DMCA Agents:
Registered DMCA Agents:
Note: This email address is only for DMCA complaints/inquiries. Please see our Corporate Policies page for assistance with submitting other types of complaints, such as Illegal Content and Abuse claims.
How to Submit a Notice of Copyright Infringement Form Electronically
CCBill prefers electronic signatures for your complaint submissions in order to speed our response to your complaint. We have partnered with DocuSign® to capture your complaint and signature in a fast, easy-to-use, and highly secure manner. Please click and of the links for the Notice of Copyright Infringement Form on this page to begin the process. After clicking the link the following happens:
Please have all of the required information ready when submitting your claim; failing to provide any of the information completely and accurately will result in a delay of the processing of your request and may require you to re-submit your claim.
Please note that CCBill must forward your completed Notice of Copyright Infringement Form, in its entirety, to the its Virtual Vendor.
You may only submit the Notice of Copyright Infringement Form for copyright infringement complaints in accordance with the DMCA. This form is not an acceptable way to notify CCBill of any other type of infringement, and the complainant is responsible for seeking all available legal remedies for complaints not confined to this purpose. Please see our Corporate Policies page for assistance with submitting other types of complaints.
|v.6; November, 2012|