Intellectual Property Policy
SALEDRESS fully respects intellectual property rights of third parties and has a strict zero-tolerance policy against counterfeiting and/or infringement.
We regularly review listings on our website to prevent any possible infringement of intellectual property. Any listing found to violate SALEDRESS's policies will be removed.
As a result of the large number of products, providers, and sellers on our website, we are sometimes unable to detect or identify infringing products. That is why we strongly encourage our customers or intellectual property right holders to cooperate with us.
In this sense, if you believe your intellectual property right has been infringed, we urge you to let us know about it and to follow our procedure of complaint.
1. Eligible complaints include:
Trademark Infringement: Unauthorized use of an identical or similar trademark on goods which are identical with, or similar to, the goods for which the trademark is registered.
Patent Infringement: Unauthorized use of others’ granted Design Patent or Utility Patent.
Copyright Infringement: Unauthorized use of the content or photos created by others or sell others’ copyright works, including books, CDs, software, etc.
Other activities that violate local Intellectual Property Law.
2. Procedure of complaint:
You can start a complaint by submitting a Notice of Claiming Infringement. The Notice can be submitted to us by email: email@example.com.
Upon receipt of your Notice, we will conduct a fast internal investigation, and should your complaint be accepted, we will take actions against the alleged infringing listing/s accordingly.
3. Actions we may take against the infringing listing/s:
To remove from our website the alleged infringing products/pages.
To inform the seller/providers/factories about your complaint and to provide to them with your information, so that you both can clarify the issue.
To remove selling privileges and to withhold funds from the infringing seller/providers/factories, as well as to destroy infringing inventory in our possession when the infringement proved to be true or upheld by court.