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« on: November 13, 2019, 16:32 »
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Anyone heard about this? What are your thoughts?

http://scop.io [nofollow]
« Last Edit: November 13, 2019, 16:34 by visualhr »


« Reply #1 on: November 13, 2019, 17:07 »
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Yeah pay $29 and get unlimited images  ::)

License coverage for unlimited uses  ;D

Nah don't think so  ::)


« Reply #2 on: November 13, 2019, 17:11 »
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Yeah, it kinda looks off.
Check this out:

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How much will I be paid?
Youll be paid up to $500 USD per image that is purchased. Receiving credit on your images in Scopio's library also opens the door for more sales and connections for you. If you publish your images in Scopios library, clients will be able to publish your images for digital and social uses. We sell them through our site and partner channels.

Mhm, yeah right haha

« Reply #3 on: November 13, 2019, 17:11 »
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Are they effing kidding the contributor has TO PAY to remove their own images??!?!

What a crock of  sheeite

"If Contributor wishes to remove one or more Images from the Company Website it must notify Company in writing of the images that it requires to be removed and pay to Company the prorated Fee (multiplied by two (2) times the prorated Fee) for each Image that is removed. In the event Contributor requests to remove more than ten (10) Images from the Company Website in any calendar month, Contributor shall pay Company three (3) times the prorated Fee for each additional Image that is removed in that calendar month. "



« Reply #4 on: November 13, 2019, 19:37 »
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Are they effing kidding the contributor has TO PAY to remove their own images??!?!

What a crock of  sheeite

"If Contributor wishes to remove one or more Images from the Company Website it must notify Company in writing of the images that it requires to be removed and pay to Company the prorated Fee (multiplied by two (2) times the prorated Fee) for each Image that is removed. In the event Contributor requests to remove more than ten (10) Images from the Company Website in any calendar month, Contributor shall pay Company three (3) times the prorated Fee for each additional Image that is removed in that calendar month. "

That might as well be their core business model, trick contributors into submitting and earn when they realize there are no sales and want to part ways.

« Reply #5 on: November 13, 2019, 21:46 »
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Are they effing kidding the contributor has TO PAY to remove their own images??!?!

What a crock of  sheeite

"If Contributor wishes to remove one or more Images from the Company Website it must notify Company in writing of the images that it requires to be removed and pay to Company the prorated Fee (multiplied by two (2) times the prorated Fee) for each Image that is removed. In the event Contributor requests to remove more than ten (10) Images from the Company Website in any calendar month, Contributor shall pay Company three (3) times the prorated Fee for each additional Image that is removed in that calendar month. "

That might as well be their core business model, trick contributors into submitting and earn when they realize there are no sales and want to part ways.

Methinks you're right. Yes, it absolutely is a crock of sheeite.

« Reply #6 on: November 13, 2019, 23:42 »
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Are they effing kidding the contributor has TO PAY to remove their own images??!?!

What a crock of  sheeite

"If Contributor wishes to remove one or more Images from the Company Website it must notify Company in writing of the images that it requires to be removed and pay to Company the prorated Fee (multiplied by two (2) times the prorated Fee) for each Image that is removed. In the event Contributor requests to remove more than ten (10) Images from the Company Website in any calendar month, Contributor shall pay Company three (3) times the prorated Fee for each additional Image that is removed in that calendar month. "

Would be fair we to get fee for each contributed image and then when in case we remove image we'll pay "to Company the prorated Fee" reciprocally lol

Uncle Pete

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« Reply #7 on: November 14, 2019, 12:57 »
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A bad joke, that's this place:

Submitting your photos to Scopio opens the door for more chances to get seen and published, and more opportunities to impact the world. See what recent photo creators say about us.

We also connect photographers with more people that are interested in their photos. Besides boosting your follower count, this can pave the way towards future relationships with other content creators, and become a part of our community changing the world through authentic photos.


Get noticed, build a following, opens doors. But does anyone else notice, no mention of actual pay? Up to $500 LOL  ;D

 Will I receive credit for my photos?

Yes! Your images will be credited to you when we show them to clients, and some of our clients even credit you when they publish the photos. This is a stellar way to get more eyes on your work if youre trying to grow your following and influence, as your work will be visible to millions


Work to be seen plan. Some clients will even credit you.  ::)

This is one step before, we pay to be seen agency, get no credit and no pay.

PZF

« Reply #8 on: November 26, 2019, 08:11 »
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Put the name into Google translate from Italian. Just for fun.

« Reply #9 on: November 27, 2019, 16:55 »
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This was discussed a couple of months ago. Stay away from Scopio. I uploaded som files there six months ago just for fun, but you get no stats.. you have to rely on them informing you by email if you sell any. Several of my pictures are on the first search page, but haven't heard anything about sales. After watching interviews of the owner I do belive this is someone only trying to earn off others and scam some photographers ny not reporting sales to them.


 

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