What does Strike 3 Holdings want from me?
If you received a notice from your internet service provider, letting you know that Strike 3 Holdings is seeking personal information about you such as your full name and address, it is likely so that they can sue you for copyright infringement.
You are still likely anonymous if you have just received the notice, and Strike 3 Holdings does not yet know who you are. However, the longer you wait, the fewer options you may have. While you are still anonymous, you have several options available to you on how you want to handle your case.
What Am I Being Sued For By Strike 3 Holdings?
Strike 3 Holdings LLC is a company that produces pornographic films. They are adult films are published under the subscription sites Blacked, Vixen, and Tushy. They are currently filing federal lawsuits, as well as lawsuits in Florida State Court for copyright infringement.
If you’re reading this, you’ve likely been served with a subpoena and are about to be sued. They are accusing you, or someone in your home or office, of illegally downloading Strike 3 Holding’s adult films, most likely through BitTorrent sharing software.
Essentially, this is a lawsuit accusing you of copyright infringement that can be more embarrassing to some do to the nature of the films.
Can I Ignore A Strike 3 Holdings Subpoena?
Right now you are currently known to the court as John Doe. If you ignore the subpoena your internet service provider will likely release your name to Strike 3 Holdings LLC’s Lawyers.
Once Strike 3 Holdings LLC has your name, in almost all of the cases they will amend the complaint name in public court documents from ‘John Doe’ to your name. You will then be served with a court summons. Many clients don’t mind losing their anonymity, but the downside to ignoring your Strike 3 Holdings subpoena and receiving a summons is that your options moving forward are limited and you’ll lose some of your negotiating power.
It’s important to note that this is a real subpoena. This is not a scam, and you are likely being sued for copyright infringement in federal court. Under no circumstances should you ever ignore a court summons.
Suffered financially due to the Coronavirus pandemic, how can I afford the Strike 3 Holdings Lawsuit?
There is enough stress that comes along with lawsuits, especially if you have been laid off or are out of work. Paying for a settlement and attorney fees may seem impossible. Millions of people have been affected by the Coronavirus pandemic both in physical and financial health.
Whether or not you’re guilty, we know how hard this is and Antonelli Law is here to help. If you are being sued by Strike 3 Holdings and have been out of work or laid off due to the pandemic, we may be able to help you – including a payment plan for our attorney fees and to discuss each of your legal options – as well as how we are able to significantly reduce your settlement fees and help you get back to normal.
Your initial consultation with us is completely free so if you’re curious about your options and how to reach a resolution in your case, call us.
Should I settle with Strike 3 Holdings?
If you are settling with Strike 3 Holdings LLC, it can make the situation go away faster and can buy peace of mind. When we discuss options during our confidential and free consultation, we can explain how if you do settle through Antonelli Law, we can work to ensure, if your circumstances qualify, that both the settlement and the settlement payment are made anonymously.
Unfortunately, it also means that you will have to pay a settlement regardless of whether or not you believe you should have to. We’ve found that many clients feel that the ability to ensure their anonymity and end the process is worth the settlement.
Pros and Cons Of Settling With Strike 3 Holdings
- Your case can be resolved quickly
- Your case can be resolved anonymously from public records
- We can ensure that you as a person (not just your IP address) are released so you can’t be sued again for any other supposed download activity that happened prior to your settlement
In terms of cons, you will have to pay a settlement fee regardless of whether or not you feel you should have to.