Intellectual Property Policy
Vevor does fully respect the intellectual property rights of third parties and has a strict zero-tolerance policy against any counterfeit and/or infringement of intellectual property.
We do regularly review the listings on our website to avoid any possible intellectual property infringement. If any listing is found to violate Vevor’s policy, it will be removed.
Despite our efforts to avoid any sale of infringing products on our website, due to the high number of products, providers, there are times in which we cannot detect or identify intellectual property infringements. That is why we strongly encourage our customers or intellectual property rights 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 follow our complaint procedure.
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 are considered to have constituted intellectual property infringement by local Law.
Procedure of Complaint:
The Complaint can be submitted to us by email: legal@Vevor.com. Upon receipt of your complaint, we will conduct a fast internal investigation, and should your complaint be accepted, and we will take actions against the alleged infringing listing/s accordingly.
Actions we may take against the infringing listing/s:
To remove the alleged infringing listing/s from our website.
To inform the providers about your complaint and provide them with your information so that you both can clarify the issue.
To remove selling privileges, withhold funds from the Infringer, and destroy infringing inventory in our possession when allegation proved to be true and upheld by the court.
To terminate the infringing providers immediately, under certain extreme situations where lawsuit has been filed against Vevor due to provider’s infringing activities, or Vevor is required by judiciary, enforcement or administrative authorities to terminate any account or take any similar measures.
The infringement case will be recorded for one year from the date on which any penalty has been imposed.