False Copyright Claim


False Copyright Claim

Casual Listener

Someone have made a false claim for our published albums and they've been suspended from Spotify!

We already have presented all the supporting documentation of our rights on our music to our digital distributor (Ditto Music). We can not understand how any third party can produce this result without legal elements that sustain their position.
Please help me to solve this!

3 Replies


Hi there!


That sounds very very annoying and you came to the right place for help. The first thing I would do is contact the service representitives and if that does not help talk to your record distrubutor also, try reposting them.


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Hey @Jeites 


Like @Ethan_Moore004 said, I’d recommend reaching out to Spotify for more help with this. You can find some more info here on how to do this. They should be able to help you with a content issue.



Jack 🙂

Casual Listener

I haven't got a new reply from Ditto Music since April 18th!
I sent them the certificate from the DNDA (National Directorate of Copyright) that depends from the Ministry of Justice and Human Rights of Argentina, where they prove that we are only phonographic producer of our albums.
Then I also sent them the list of songs registered by SADAIC (Argentine Society of Authors, Performers and Composers) in which the only owners of each song are the actual members of the band.

Spotify only replies that we have to contact Ditto... and they won't give us any real support on this issue.

The claimant have NO RIGHTS over our music. He only is making this false claim to harm us.

I hope that Spotify is on the side of the artists!! But I'm loosing that faith.