Website Stolen

Website Stolen

Any help you can lend out there but DataFizz is taking credit for this design of Viviana Rodr??guez Amoblamientos SA. It is a direct rip of Denver Seminary built by Monk and designed by Designwise Studios. They’re even using the same css file names (monkcms.css).

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  1. Nice – if you disable CSS, it shows “Denver Seminary” twice.

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  2. The company that stole it is from Chile. Why don’t you contact the guys from FayerWayer.com and ask them to make it public in their country.

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  3. I have friends in the SBS, it would be very quiet…

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  4. Why don’t you contact Viviana Rodr??guez Amoblamientos SA and tell them they were ripped off. They’ve shelled out money for website development only for DataFizz to do a quick cut and paste job.

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  5. Love the crowdsourcing going on here. osoman & Tim we have done your suggestions, we’ll see what happens!

    Jason – not sure on what you are suggesting….will people end up dead?

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  6. Not dead, permanently incapacitated that’s all.

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  7. Hasn’t this happened before?

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  8. line 104 in the source still says “Welcome to Denver Seminary”

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  9. I agree that contacting the client that paid for website design is the way to go – point out to them the original site, show where it still says “Denver Seminary.”

    At this point showing the client that their web design firm not only stole a design, but stole the money they were paid to do the design and let the marketplace take its course is the way to go. I would also suggest seeing if there is anything like the BBB in Argentina – there do not seem to be any links on the website design firm’s page indicating membership in any trade organizations, otherwise that might be an avenue.

    They do have a portfolio listed – if the practice of lifting sites is part of their business model it’s likely that other clients are also lifted – it depends on how much detective work you want to do – if you detect other lifted sites you could possibly inform the lifters.

    Otherwise leave it at reporting to the client who paid for a hot website design.

    It will be interesting to see their response – I hope it’s not, “you’re a norteamericano, you’re fair game.”

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