Image Copyright Infringement Has Serious Consequences
Not only does it have serious legal consequences but also financial consequences.
Don’t believe me? Ask my friend and colleague James J Jones who paid a $3400 fine just to stay out of the courtroom and end the copyright infringement lawsuit and case against him.
You may be thinking that ‘he was a newbie and did not know better but I do know better’. Wrong! He is considered one of the best internet marketers in the industry. If this can happen to James J Jones, it can happen to you and me.
Really do you really understand all the copyright infringement laws? Even for images on your blog? For a measly $7 you can make sure that you cross all your ‘t’s’ and dot all your ‘i’s’ for any image you are considering copying and using.
Don’t get caught exposed with your pants down just because you were too cheap to invest in your legal education about copyright infringement.
Are You In Jeopardy Of Image Copyright Infringement
Probably so. I watched right before my eyes as individuals copied my original creations of some license tags and never gave me credit and were totally oblivious that they were breaking the copyright infringement law.
You can avoid the big fines and costly law suits by merely following what James J Jones teaches in this product course. Which sounds smarter and cheaper $3400 or $7. It does not take a brain surgeon to answer that.
Are you innocently breaking the copyright infringement laws due to lack of knowledge about how to properly give credit to your source of the image you are using? Have you ever been threatened by a copyright infringement lawsuit? I hope this never happens to you and it probably won’t if you buy this $7 training and follow his recommendations to the ‘T’.
Easy Solution For Image Copyright Infringement
Here is what James j Jones wrote to me this week:
- Kindle eBook Covers
- Inside Kindle eBooks
- Even for physical books
I’ve put all this knowledge into a short video that will show you exactly how to make sure you are not going to get sued for copyright infringement.”