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Tuesday, November 12, 2019


Natalie Blake

First of all, thank you so much for your time and dedication to this issue. I am an artist who received one of these demand letters. What I'm taking away from all you have written is this:

I should ask for the registration number of the tiny photograph that was on an old blog post of mine from 2012. And if there is a number, then I should send at least the amount of that license fee.

Is that right? Or should I just send perhaps some amount to should cover the license fee, such as $160?

I appreciate any advice and thoughts so I can move forward on this.

Thank you,

Lucira Jane Nebelung

How do I contact you via email so that I can forward how I responded?

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