The IP Claim Form is available for individuals who would like to report infringement on their legally registered artwork. Only use this form if you have a copyright or trademark registration number or if you are making a claim regarding a design of yours that you do not sell on Teespring.
IMPORTANT NOTICE: Your claim, including the personal contact information you provide, will be forwarded directly to the alleged infringer. Filing an IP claim form is a formal threat of legal action against the alleged infringer. The alleged infringer has a right to contest the allegation and part of that is knowing the identity of the accuser.
We aim to respond to all form submissions within 24 – 48 business hours. Once we have reviewed your case, you will be notified of the outcome.
In order to expedite the process, all IP claims must be submitted via our Notice and Takedown Report Form (linked above). In the event you have technical difficulties with the form, please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Filing an Intellectual Property Claim
When filing an IP claim your complaint must include the following important information:
1. An electronic or physical signature of the person authorized to act on behalf of the owner of the relevant matter
2. A description of the matter claimed to have been infringed
3. The URL (or URLs) identifying where the claimed infringing content is located on the Teespring site. URLs should be in the following form: https://teespring.com/[campaign]
4. Your address, telephone number, and email address
5. The date you first created the work
6. The date and manner in which you first made the work public or used the work in commerce
7. A statement by you that you have a good faith belief that the disputed use is not authorized by the owner, its agent, or the law
8. A statement by you, made under penalty of perjury, that:
- the above information is accurate; and
- you are authorized to act on behalf of the owner of the rights involved
9. Electronic documents, images or links to URLs establishing the following:
- A copy of the work
- The date you first created the work or used the work in commerce
- The date and manner in which you first made the work public
- Any other documents or information supporting your claim (i.e. trademark or copyright registration information, proof of ownership/authorization to act, etc.)