DMCA Policy for

Hello Friends,

Here at, we’re all about helping and sharing important information about the Negahban Program with everyone. We put a lot of heart into what we create and share with you. Just like we respect your work, we also respect the hard work of others in the creative world.

If You Spot Something That Shouldn’t Be Here:

Sometimes, things can get a bit mixed up. If you ever come across something on our site that you think shouldn’t be here because it belongs to you or someone else, please let us know. We want to do the right thing.

How to Tell Us:

If you believe something you own the rights to has been posted on our site without permission, you can help us by sending a friendly note with these bits of information:

  1. Your Name and How to Get in Touch With You: We need to know who you are and how to contact you (like your email or phone number).
  2. What Caught Your Eye: Tell us about the work that you think is yours.
  3. Where We Can Find It: A link or a clear description of where the work is on our site.
  4. A Little Proof: We need a way to see that you’re connected to the work or have the right to speak for it.
  5. Your Promise: A statement from you saying you believe the item was shared on our site without the right permissions.
  6. A Signature: Just a simple sign-off from you will do.

Contact Us Here:

Please send your note to

What Happens Next:

When we get your note, we’ll take a look at what you’ve told us. If we need to, we’ll remove the content from our site while we check things out. We’re here to share helpful information, not to step on anyone’s toes.

A Fair Chance:

If someone believes we’ve removed their content by mistake, they can reach out to us too. It’s all about being fair and making sure everyone’s voice is heard.

Our Promise:

We’re here to support the community and share valuable information about the Negahban Program. Keeping our site respectful and fair to everyone, including artists and creators, is something we take seriously.

Thank You:

Thanks for being a part of our community and for understanding the importance of respecting everyone’s work and rights.