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Author Topic: Has Fotolia Stop Accepting Coin / Currency Videos or Images?  (Read 1746 times)

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« on: April 06, 2016, 21:26 »
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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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