Has anyone heard of http://www.freetmail.com/
I need to send a DCMA, but there is no contact information.
Always try and contact the hosting company to file a DMCA, don't waste your time trying to contact the owner of the website.
I have found contacting website owners and most hosts a time consuming effort with little results.
I have had excellent results using the below link:
https://www.google.com/webmasters/tools … otice?rd=1
If it is a WordPress hosted blog, this link works quickly:
What's your recourse if someone scraped and indexed your hub before it even finished the QAP process? This happened to me and then my hub showed up as duplicate content and it was unpublished. I have now way to contact the site owner and now that my hub is currently unpublished I can't even provide a link to prove mine was published first. So frustrating - I'm not sure what to do now? I contact Hubpages but have not got a response yet.
The host is CHENGDU WEST DIMENSION DIGITAL TECHNOLOGY CO., LTD.
You should be able to reach them at firstname.lastname@example.org
Is it easy to find out the host company?
I've got some problems with copyright too.
search "whoishostingthis.com" and follow the prompts to find out who the host is.
Plenty of hosts will respond. I prefer to start there when it comes to sharing my name and home address on a take down notice.
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by Don Bobbitt 4 years ago
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