- Designers own all rights to their mock-ups submitted through Logo Vendor and retain those rights unless they have been awarded a project and have been compensated
- Copyright ownership is only transferred to the Buyer when the project has been awarded and the escrowed funds transferred to the Designer
- Designers are responsible for making sure their mock-ups are considerably different from existing mock-ups submitted for a project
- Requests or ideas included in the project description are open for any Designer to incorporate in their mock-up. The exception is if the Buyer has updated the description based on an individual Designer's mock-up, which is against the Buyer Code of Conduct
- Concepts that are considered obvious are open for any Designer to incorporate in their mock-up. For example: a dog for a pet grooming shop, a camera for a photographer, initials for a lawyer, etc
Suspected Copyright Infringement
If you suspect your work has been copied, send the offending Designer a private message through Logo Vendor to settle the issue. Be aware that similarities can be inadvertent. If you do not receive a response within 1 business day or reach a resolution within a reasonable amount of time, please contact Logo Vendor.