When to send a Cease and Desist letter
One of the biggest worries that my clients have as business owners is that someone will come along and copy or steal your work.
If any of these scenarios have ever happened to you, you know how it feels when:
- A friend tells you that she was browsing online and saw that someone swiped your EXACT program sales page copy and inserted into her new sales page.
- One of your course participants inserted the language from YOUR program guide into HER program guide for her new offer.
- Someone in your group program transcribed your recorded group call and offered it as a bonus in her course… without your permission.
When you run a business, you create so much content that can have the risk of being copied—everything from website pages, sales pages, program guides, course modules, videos, audio recordings, PDFs, products, ebooks, to your business name or program name, and more!
You do have options when someone takes your work. Among other things, you can send out a Cease and Desist Letter.
I recorded this week’s podcast episode to help you know the right time to send a Cease and Desist Letter – and what to do BEFORE you actually send it.
In less than 20 minutes, you’ll learn:
- 3 important times to send a Cease and Desist Letter
- 3 steps to take when you use a Cease and Desist Letter, especially BEFORE you send it
- How to create strong legal boundaries and policies to honor your work
- Why I associate Cease and Desist Letters with the crown chakra
Here’s to standing in your power and to knowing when to send out a Cease and Desist Letter!