What is your question? You have been served with a law suit or a threat of a suit unless payment is made?
Be aware that there are many legal firms out there searching the internet for trademark and copyright infringement. When they find an illegal copy being sold or trademark being abused, they contact the person and typically offer to settle for a nominal fee, or else they will bring suit. These firms follow through with their threats and do successfully sue hndreds of individuals.
I would suggest that if you have received such a letter iinforming you that you have infringed someones rights, you need to talk with an attorney. Many of these are not scams. (But I also would not simply send someone a check without verification either.)
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Good sleuthing. This is almost certainly one of the phoney copyright trolls, not a real troll. This one's likely from Nigeria not DC. Do not pay them without more proof of their legitimacy.
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I have yet to see these letters, but I checked out the website. Looks very suspect, and the domain registration information is protected. See links below to help report scams.
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