1.1 CONSULTED.org may provide space for advertisements from third-party advertisers on our site and on websites hosted by CONSULTED. We also provide a business directory which lists many of the businesses which have created websites with cloudCONSULTED.com.
1.2 As a courtesy to trademark owners, cloudCONSULTED.com is willing to investigate reasonable complaints of trademark violations submitted in accordance with instructions below.
1.3 If you have concerns about the use of your trademark within a website created by a business using CONSULTED.org applications, or that is listed in the CONSULTED.org business directory, please contact the business directly that has created that website and that you believe is violating your trademark rights.
1.4 If you have concerns about the use of your trademark in a domain name that is hosted by cloudCONSULTED.com, or that is featured in cloudCONSULTED.com's business directory, please contact that business directly that you believe is violating your trademark rights. If you have concerns about business products created by users of cloudCONSULTED.com, or listed in our business directory, please contact that business directly that you believe is violating your trademark rights.
1.5 If you have concerns about the use of your trademark in our advertiser’s ads, please contact the third party advertiser directly, like Google or Voxant, or contact the advertiser himself or herself, like John Doe Business Intelligence Software.
1.6 As a provider of space for advertisements, please note that cloudCONSULTED.com is not in a position to arbitrate trademark disputes between the advertisers and trademark owners.
(a) The advertisers themselves are responsible for the keywords and ad content that they choose to use in their advertisements with third-party advertisers.
(b) Accordingly, we encourage trademark owners to resolve their disputes directly with the advertisers, particularly because the advertisers may have similar advertisements on other websites.
(c) In addition, some third-party advertisers may as a courtesy investigate trademark violation claims.
1.7 As a courtesy to trademark owners, CONSULTED.org, too, is willing to perform a limited investigation of reasonable complaints.
1.8 Additionally, please note that our complaint procedure regarding the use of a trademark may differ depending on the country in which trademark rights exist.
2. Submitting a Complaint
2.1 Trademark owners may submit a complaint by providing the following information:
Information about yourself:
(i) Your name
(ii) Your title
(iii) Company name
(iv) Your relationship to trademark owner
(vii) Phone number
Information about trademark owner (if not yourself):
(i) Trademark owner name
(iv) Phone number
Trademark details required for trademarks at issue:
(iii) Word and design
(iv) Registration status: registered, pending, use rights
(v) Registration or application number
(vi) Advertisers involved
(vii) The exact URLs in question
Statements of good faith that should be added to your letter of complaint:
(i) I have a good faith belief that use of the trademarks described above with the advertisements described above are not authorized by the trademark owner or its agent, nor is such use otherwise permissible under law.
(ii) I represent that the information in this notification is true and correct and that I am authorized to act on behalf of the trademark owner.
Sign the paper, then send the written communication by one of the following methods:
(i) Mail to: CONSULTED LLC, Attn: LEGAL, CONSULTED DMCA Complaints, 300 New Jersey Ave NW, Suite 900, Washington DC 20001.
(ii) Email to: , Subject: LEGAL - CONSULTED DMCA Complaints