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Oh great a company in S. Korea wants to screw me over
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05-14-2020, 07:34 AM #1
Below Average Genius Incognito
A couple weeks ago, I was contacted by a company in S. Korea that wants to translate my book into Korean.

The company sells naturally derived products that doctors prescribe. They believe that my book will encourage their doctor/clients into prescribing more of the company's products to their patients.

So what does this look like on a daily basis? Just one doctor prescribing to 20 or 30 patients a day could easily increase the company's sales by $500 to $1,000 a day. So if there are only 10 doctors, we could be talking about $10,000 a day in added revenues.

With many doctors, who might see many patients a day for many years of practice, prescribing the company's products, the activity could increase the company's revenues by tens or hundreds of millions of dollars. The company believes my book will go a long way towards accomplishing that end.

They think I'll grant them those rights for free!

Since they have this greedy mentality, what's to stop them from translating the book anyway without my permission? And how would I be able to find their copyright violation if they use S. Korean lettering?
05-15-2020, 07:49 AM #2
UniqueStranger Art in my heart
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Crazy shit, triple time.


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