Legal & DisclaimerRobin Wong
Aidaila Earrings(the “Aidaila”) is not associated with any brand names. All of our products are designed and produced with our own studios and factories and therefore have no relationship with any other third parties. However, our products maybe comparable to certain items in quality and general style, but these does not mean our products are brand items or have connections to any brands. All of our products are solely designed and manufactured by Aidaila Inc., so they should not violate any copyright laws. Also, Aidaila has no affiliation to and is not sponsored by any of the trademark owners. Clients may compare our products’ styles, price and qualities with others brands’ but if you are looking for specific original, authentic brand items, please purchase them from authorized dealers.
earring-world.com respects all forms of copyright and intellectual property right. We strictly follow the legal policy that in accordance with general U.S. intellectual property laws and the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA), and we will respond to reports or notices about IPR and DMCA. earring-world.com will expeditiously validate and respond to all proper legal notices by removing the verified violation contents.
IF ANY IPR OWNER OR REPRESENTATIVE FINDS OR BELIEVES THAT THE CONTENTS, PRODUCTS OR SERVICE SUPPLIED ON SITE INFRINGE YOUR IPR, PLEASE FEEL FREE TO SEND AN INVESTIGATION REQUEST WITH THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION THROUGH CONTACT US.
- Signature (electronic or physical) or proof of authorization from the owner to work on the IPR issues connects with Aidaila.
- A detailed description of the alleged IPR infringements detected and location of it on earring-world.COM. For example, the URL of the product page.
- Adequate information supplied for our contact such as address, phone number, email address.
- A clarification of the infringement of the Site ( ‘ABC COPYRIGHT, EFG TRADEMARK, REG NO 12345678, Registered 8/18/08’ etc.)
- A clear statement regarding of the integrity of the claim and under the penalty of perjury, that you are the IPR owner or authorized representative to act on the alleged IPR issue.