The only thing copytrack does is send an email with a payment proposal to the infringer. If the infringer pays, then you are lucky and you get a share of the amount.
If the infringer refuses to reply to the first mail, they send a second, less friendly threat mail. If you do not answer again, the case will simply be closed and you will not get paid.
All their promises and follow-up of your claims on the website are air. Does not mean anything. I think they have never started a lawsuit or sent a bailiff.
Review by Marton Ciminillo9 months ago
We are a small software publisher. We have signed up for Copytrack and it identified hundreds of infringers fairly quickly. But after that Copytrack failed to collect any damages or take down anything on our behalf.
Among the main reasons are, according to Copytrack, the 'infringer's data protection' and 'inability to locate the infringer's contacts'.
Surprise! The criminals just forgot to publish their full names and street addresses when sharing the pirated software online. And without that valuable data Copytrack was not able to proceed.
I'd say at this stage Copytrack was pretty useless for us and made no practical difference at all.
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