I need to file a DMCA and am not sure who to contact. I have already requested them to remove the stolen content, but they don't respond to an email.
http://www.fade-in-festival dot com/air-jordan-6-how-to-make-duct-tape-shoe-lasts-for-wet-felting/
http://dosahutonline dot com/retail-price-buy-viagra-online-you-will-find-the-latest-styles/
I did a WHOIS lookup for the first one and found the regiatrar, but not the host
https://who.godaddy.com/whoisstd.aspx?d … wn%2fRg%3d
I did another search and it looks like OVH is both the registrar and the host.
As for the second domain same but with Godaddy as the registrar and host.
https://who.godaddy.com/whoisstd.aspx?d … q+QMSI3sfm
Matthew, thank you for your response. I have filed DMCA's to both, here's hoping for a good result:) Your assistance is appreciated.
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