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Author Topic: Has Fotolia Stop Accepting Coin / Currency Videos or Images?  (Read 2219 times)

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« on: April 06, 2016, 21:26 »
Had two rejections for some coin videos due to intellectual property. These are not British pounds but other common currencies available wide spread on the Fotolia site and other sites. 

I contacted support and got this answer:

Our acceptance criteria is changing regarding currency.  I'm sorry but we cannot accept that content at this time.

Kind regards,

Seems that they want no issues with any type of money woes.  Much like Photoshop rejects scanning money, Fotolia will become a currency-less stock site.  Seems that it is a blanket statement for all of these files. 

I can understand high resolution bills seen complete but in a video with motion and of coins?   Other sites have no problem with these videos.  Also of note is that Fotolia lists currency and money as a category in the pull-down menu when keywording.

Would love to know your opinion on this.


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