Virginia Residents: Don’t Ignore a Strike 3 Holdings Subpoena! Here’s Why.

Can I ignore a subpoena from Strike 3 Holdings?

Virginians, have you received a confusing notice from your internet service provider (ISP) mentioning Strike 3 Holdings and a subpoena? Ignoring it can have serious consequences. Here’s why you should take action:

Who is Strike 3 Holdings?

Strike 3 Holdings LLC is a company that produces adult content available through subscription sites like Blacked, Blacked Raw, Tushy, Tushy Raw, Vixen, MILFY, and Slayed. They suspect someone using your internet downloaded their content illegally. Now, they’re seeking your personal information through a subpoena.

Each internet connection has a unique address (IP address). Strike 3 Holdings claims to have tracked downloads to your IP and then identified your ISP. With this information, they can file a copyright infringement lawsuit and request your details.

Can I ignore Strike 3 Holdings?

While the notice might be stressful, ignoring it puts you at a disadvantage, so we do not recommend ignoring this. Typically, you only have 30 days to respond. Delaying limits your options and could lead to a default judgment against you.

Our experienced attorneys here at Antonelli Law can guide you through your options, whether you decide on an anonymous settlement, a motion to quash, or fighting back in court. We will work with you and together decide on the best course of action for your specific case.

If you’ve received a notification of a subpoena in the mail, please visit our main Strike 3 Holdings page for all the information you need about Strike 3 Holdings lawsuits. This is a blog dedicated to case updates.

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