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I have purchased an extended license from Adobe Stock Image for this design :
I have used this design on my website, but a few days later I have received an infringement notice and my website got shut down. I understood later that the third party selling this image on Adobe Image doesn't have the necessary rights to do it.
I obviously couldn't know that the product I bought from the official website of Adobe was illegal.
And now my online store is shut down and I couldn't recover it despite my repeated explanations about the situation.
I'm asking Adobe to step in and help me recover my online store.
Thanks but It gives only the links to fill a notice or counter notice.
Apologies, I've sent you a private message.
I have a question lot of your so called sellers are selling my art, art that they purchased from me and its not for re-sell. How can I submit a DCMA take down Specifically you are illegally selling tons of my textures and art.
A note, without any inside info, just based on reading many forum discussions. There are many Adobe resellers who list some or all of the Adobe stock images. They are licensed to do this and they DO NOT BUY THESE IMAGES TO LIST THEM. Instead, they offer them for sale in a variety of ways. For example, they may offer them on a single tee shirt or wall print that a customer can order. This then becomes a normal sale of the photo by Adobe. (The alternative would be for the tee shirt maker / print maker to buy an extended license, which would let them sell one or a thousand tee shirts, but will greatly limit the choice and opportunities to sell). This is designed, as I see it, to increase the opportunities for contributors to sell. Unfortunately, Adobe do not explain this to their contributors, and when the contributors find these resellers, many contributors assume this is essentially piracy of their photos.