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Good day! Happy New Year! Not that I'm so greedy, but I want to find out the truth. It often happens that people come directly to me and ask, so to speak, to give them a from one of my photos. The reasons are very different - but mostly financial. Since I myself am not very rich, as a rule, I go to meet the requestor. But recently an interesting incident happened to me. A few weeks ago I have sale one of the photos (Country: Worldwide Usage: Personal use, Impresiones, tarjetas y regalos personales o referencias para artistas. Solo para un uso no comercial; no se pe
Hello everyone, I'm a very old contributor, but this is my first time on the forum. I'm having a serious problem and although this is going ahead for already several years time, I finally decided to ask help here on the forum. To be honest, on last year I tried to explain this issue to the Alamy support, but they couldn't help me, so I hope to find some useful feedback here. As the most of you, I have my images on sale also on several other stock agencies. One of these agencies around five years ago put my whole portfolio on sale here on Alamy, without asking my permis
I have just received a letter saying that there was a problem lodging the instruction with my bank for a subscription to British Journal of Photography. An order I never placed; have never even considered in last 10+ years. The letter was dated 6 August so took 3+ weeks to get to me. The Direct Debit instruction is in favour of BuckPill Ltd and the name and address on the letter is Incisive Financial Media and Buckpill are registered at the same address. The envelope has return address of Dovetail Service in Sittingbourne. It feels extremely dodgy to me and I will be raising it with B