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« on: August 11, 2022, 15:55 »
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Hello everyone!
Doing a reverse search on Google Images I found one of my photographs on a website called Resorcio. At first I thought that it could be a website affiliated with one of the most well-known agencies, but I was able to verify that my photograph is included in a woman's portfolio. It has more photographs, designs and illustrations, which clearly are not usually done by the same person. Other profiles on the web have similar portfolios.
The website is from India, like the contributors. I've searched the internet and it seems to be quite recent.
What puts me on alert is that to be a contributor identity and bank documents are requested, even before being accepted, which tells me that it would be a possible fraud.
I asked them for information on why someone had one of my photographs in their portfolio and I have not had a response so far.
I may contact the agencies with which I collaborate to try to find out if that website is affiliated...
What do you think? Do you know this website?
Greetings!


 

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