Xmasz.com is an online service provider as defined in the Digital Millennium Copyright Act.
We take the copyright infringement very seriously and will vigorously protect the rights of the legal copyright owners. If you are the copyright owner of any content that appears on the website of xmasz.com and you have not authorized the use of the content, you must notify us in writing so that we can identify the alleged infringing content and take action. To make the process easier, we have provided you with an online form. We can not take any action if you do not provide us the necessary information. Please complete all fields carefully and completely. Alternatively, you can send a written notice via email to our DMCA agent as listed below. Your written notification must contain the following information:
Specific identification of the copyrighted work that you have violated. If you assert a violation of several copyrighted works with a single communication, you must submit a representative list that expressly identifies each of the works you claim. Specific identification of the location and description of the material claimed to be infringed or to be the subject of an injury activity, with enough detailed information to locate the material. They should contain the specific URL or URLs of the websites on which the allegedly infringing material is located. Information sufficient to contact the appellant who can provide a name, address, telephone number and e-mail address to which the complainant can be contacted. A statement that the appellant believes a good faith that the use of the material in the way she complains is not authorized by the copyright holder, his authorized representative or the law. A statement that the information in the notification is correct and the punishment of the perjury that the complaining party is entitled to act on behalf of the owner of an exclusive right which is allegedly infringed.
Written notice should be sent to our designated agent as follows:
Please also note that under applicable law, 17 U.S.C. 512 (f), any person who knowingly materially misrepresents that material or activity is infringing may be subject to liability.