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Copyright Bionic Rose Productions 2017

 Dreamerqueen - Live To Dream was distributed unlawfully via public online sales:

Dreamerqueen - Live To Dream is now only available exclusively via The Dreamerqueen Fundraiser Shop. It’s removal has been requested from all other online stores, due to finding it being unlawfully distributed on Amazon, using an old album cover, and for only 1.83, from which point no profits no profits were being shared with or received by the artist/owner/creator Scarlit Rose Productions. I requested the removal of my music, from all online sellers. I ask and encourage those who support Dreamerqueen music and what I do, my musics’ value, and my fight for life, to refrain from purchasing or ripping the music anywhere else where you might find it. The only official and lawful way to attain my music is now through this site. If you attain my music in any other way, I will not receive the rightful profit from it, and instead that profit will be going to someone else who has stolen my music, such as below.

Background: My music, above, being sold on Amazon for 1.83.. I had no knowledge of this, and received no profits. In spite of me attempting to investigate this matter with the distributor, and trying to address it with Amazon, action was not taken right away to remove the album for sale like this, by request of the musics’ rightful owner and profiteer, myself. They gave me a really hard time, until I had to get very assertive. Amazon claimed that it is only being ‘resold’ by someone who bought it, and that is ok. However, there was a strong concern about multiple copies being offered. I pointed this out to them. Only then did they back off and agree to remove the listing. After doing some investigating and learning, I found that I  may have been a victim of distribution fraud. Distribution fraud is even harder to prove than piracy, because it can dishonestly claim to be ‘re-selling’ a physical copy of an album which was bought, and yet actually be burning (copying) multiple copies of the album, to be sold to buyers repeatedly. I also hold the distributor responsible for this, because when I signed up with them and agreed to distribute my album, I expected them to do so honestly, and keep it safe. Unfortunately, I was naive when I first released my album, and just excited to get it ‘out there.’ After further learning, I have now come to the conclusion that major online sellers cannot be trusted. In fact a few years ago, one major and well known online seller was charged, after being caught ripping off several indie music artists. I am no longer going to use major online sellers, other than Bandcamp, which I trust.  If you want to support the artist for real, please consider not getting Live To Dream anywhere other than through the Fundraising Shop on this site.

Background: My music, above, being sold on Amazon for 1.83.. I had no knowledge of this, and received no profits. In spite of me attempting to investigate this matter with the distributor, and trying to address it with Amazon, action was not taken right away to remove the album for sale like this, by request of the musics’ rightful owner and profiteer, myself. They gave me a really hard time, until I had to get very assertive. Amazon claimed that it is only being ‘resold’ by someone who bought it, and that is ok. However, there was a strong concern about multiple copies being offered. I pointed this out to them. Only then did they back off and agree to remove the listing. After doing some investigating and learning, I found that I may have been a victim of distribution fraud. Distribution fraud is even harder to prove than piracy, because it can dishonestly claim to be ‘re-selling’ a physical copy of an album which was bought, and yet actually be burning (copying) multiple copies of the album, to be sold to buyers repeatedly. I also hold the distributor responsible for this, because when I signed up with them and agreed to distribute my album, I expected them to do so honestly, and keep it safe. Unfortunately, I was naive when I first released my album, and just excited to get it ‘out there.’ After further learning, I have now come to the conclusion that major online sellers cannot be trusted. In fact a few years ago, one major and well known online seller was charged, after being caught ripping off several indie music artists. I am no longer going to use major online sellers, other than Bandcamp, which I trust. If you want to support the artist for real, please consider not getting Live To Dream anywhere other than through the Fundraising Shop on this site.


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