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  1. Yesterday I got in touch with an IPR attorney regarding an interview. Did you know that if you buy a logotype here, you do not own the IPR of it? Now, the obvious question is who owns the rights over the logotype you paid for? In August 2021, was not clear. It's like "renting" or "leasing a logotype"?
  2. Hey everyone, I am getting a little confused and Im hoping someone can help me out here. I have a client recently ask me for a custom job/offer but they want to know if I can offer a commercial license. Ive never done a commercial license or any license for that matter and am not really sure what that entails. So if someone purchases a service from me and I send them exactly what they want... dont they get to decide what to do with the art that I created for them? As they did purchase it from me. So why would I need to acquire a commercial license for that? I understand you can gain royalties from it but I really dont get it. Or am I wrong, and I need to sell the design with a license fee attached to it or something like that? Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you
  3. Now, this may look like a weird question, but I recently discovered the Voice Overs gigs and the Full Broadcast Rights on top of the Commercial Rights. I brought a song from a songwriter to be used in a commercial project and she lends her voice for the vocals. Now, since said the project is a video game, the song thus her voice will be diffused on the internet (Facebook, YouTube, etc.). So do I need to get Full Broadcast Rights from her to be copyrights-ok? I did order with the Commercial Rights. I didn’t see Full Broadcast Rights anywhere on other songs-related gigs. The Term of Service only mention Voice Overs gigs. EDIT: Forgot to mention. From that gig I got the full song (with all tracks mixed I don’t know the right term), the instrumental-only track, and vocals-only track. All will be in the video game and promotional material aka videos on the internet.
  4. Hi, I tried to verify my id but when i submit (my license and the photo), within seconds fiverr reply back to me with a message "your id verification is failed". How can this happen? Did they check it manually or is it automatic procedure? And it says that my photos are not clear. I captured the photos as i can using my phone. I am very disappointed due to this. Is there any way to verify my id on fiverr?
  5. A customer after buying my Gig (PDF) liked it very much and now wants to buy the copyright from me for 200$. So I have 4 concerns: 1-I don't know how to write this kind of document. 2-How do I do this within fiverr and for this amount of money? 3-I have to remove my Gig from Fiverr? 4-What will happen to those who previously bought these Gig files from me with resale license? ¡¡¡¡Can someone please help me !!!! Note: The PDF file I sold to other customers consists of 60 pages, but this customer's I added 15 pages with other designs that no one else has and that I have not sold to anyone else. So I guess that makes it different...
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