As content creators we all understand the power of strong images to support our written content.
I believe that creators should be paid, credited and be a part of the content team. But I got scammed recently – here’s the detail so you don’t get caught by the same trick.
I was concerned when I got the message – and so I went to check my source code for the article. The images below show what I found on their website and on mine for the article they referenced.
You can do a reverse image lookup search – this way you can find out where the image has also been used. [I did this recently for a beautiful rowing picture of a crew with a whale below them – but needless to say people are still sharing it saying it’s not photoshopped!]
Image Scam Message
My name is Casey and I represent Writix company.
Due to our records, you had used one of our pictures in your article https://creativeagencysecrets.
Here is a link to our article with this picture https://writix.co.uk/blog/
I understand that probably you have found it on a web, but it would be great if you give a credit to https://writix.co.uk
Thank you in advance.