Intellectual Property Rights Policy
Spreadshirt’s service allows its users to create designs and merchandise shops, and after customers place orders, Spreadshirt produces and delivers the items to customers. These users agree when they create these designs that they have all necessary legal rights to do so. In order to be scalable, a majority of this process must be done automatically. This means that Spreadshirt cannot ensure that 100% of shop owners actually have these legal rights.
If you suspect that your intellectual property rights are being infringed upon, you may contact the Shop Partner directly by clicking the “Contact” link at the bottom of the Partner Shop site, and / or contact our legal department at firstname.lastname@example.org with a complete DMCA notice (http://www.spreadshirt.com/dmca-notice-C6804)
For non-copyright matters, your message should have at a minimum a list of your intellectual property, proof of your ownership of the intellectual property, a list of links to all designs where you believe infringement is occurring, and your contact information.