I constantly battle with these a$holes trying to get my content removed, but at least I can start to put a list together of crappy companies that suck, so if anyone is interested in hiring them, they may find my list and make an informed decision. FYI: Most of the companies are from India.
If you see yourself on this list, please drop me a comment, beg for forgiveness and remove my content from your site, and maybe, just maybe, I might remove you from the list.
My List of website content thieves:
- www.indiamart.com and the website designer: www.intermesh.net. These idiots stole custom made graphics off of my company's website (Source One Graphic)
Registered Graphic Thief: Technical Contact: IndiaMART InterMESH Limited Domain Administrator (firstname.lastname@example.org) +1.1202424945 Fax: +1.1202424943 B-1, Sector 8 Noida, DELHI 201301 IN
- http://sages.win.mofcom.gov.cn/ this company in China copied text right off my company's site. Not sure if the use of .gov is the same in China, but I would not put it past the government over there to steal content either. (original content, which I have now started to modify)
Unfortunately I can't track cn domain thieves
- www.ready-sourcing.com/ready-sourcing/strategic-sourcing.html - These guys suck as well, stole the same page that the Chinese company above stole.
This thief paid to hide their registration information for the domain name.
- Removed by blog author - This horrible blog is set up to look like a company website and it appears that every page is stolen right off of some other company's website.
Registered Content Thief:
------------------- Hamilton, Ontario L8W 1L5 Canada Phone: +1.905------- Fax..: Email: ------@----.net Last modified: 2008-07-04 19:34:43 GMT (The owner of this site contacted me and removed the offending material, therefore I removed their listing from my page)
- More to come!!!
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