My business partner and I have been selling a program using the phrase Ultimate as our brand since December. We started with the Ultimate Gift, Then Ultimate Valentine, then Ultimate Access. We're now selling a program called Ultimate Summer.
Here is the copy:
We recently did a tele summit where we wrote our copy: www.youwealthrevolution.com/lovenow
Two months ago, I also pitched them the following idea and have the email chain to prove it:
21 Day Remote Energy Transmission
Jarrad is renowned throughout the world as one of the top remote healers on the planet today. Experience his light activations and the unlimited energy of creation while you are bathed in the Creation Formula Frequencies and the Energy of Infinite Divine Love for 21 days.
Jarrad will immerse himself in the field every day for 21 days, working to create the most expansive, SUSTAINABLE shift you've EVER EXPERIENCED by remotely working on EVERY SINGLE INDIVIDUAL, EVERY SINGLE DAY!
Gain the benefit of daily sessions at a fraction of the cost.
Get 21 Full days of remote healing and energy access PLUS total field immersion where you will be embraced by the energy of Grace and Love as the frequencies of The Creation Formula bring everything to the surface that you are ready to release, heal, and balance.
They asked me to do it immediately, and I said I needed to wait until Fall.
Now, it appears they have pitched MY idea to someone else, and are using almost the identical program and wording -
here is the copy:
Do I have grounds for copyright infringement
and how can I file a cease and desist?