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Can I Ignore My Subpoena from Strike 3 Holdings LLC?
It is vital to understand that this subpoena is real. The subpoena is not a scam, and you are likely being sued for copyright infringement in federal court. Currently, you are known to the court only as John Doe if you have just received this notice. If you ignore the subpoena your internet service provider will likely release your name to Strike 3 Holdings LLC’s lawyers.
Once Strike 3 Holdings has your name, in almost all cases they will amend the complaint name in the public court documents from ‘John Doe’ to your name. You will then be served with a court summons.
Under no circumstances should you ever ignore a court summons.
Many clients don’t mind losing their anonymity, but the downside to ignoring your Strike 3 Holdings subpoena and receiving a summons is that your options moving forward are more limited and you’ll likely lose some of your negotiating power.
The notice you may have received from your internet service provider is to inform you that Strike 3 Holdings LLC is seeking your personal information, including your full name and address. This is so they can sue you for copyright infringement.
If you have just received this notice, you are still anonymous. Strike 3 Holdings does not yet know who you are. While you are anonymous, you will still have a couple of options available to you on how you want to proceed and or handle your case.
The longer you wait, the fewer options that may be available and you could lose some of your negotiating power.
To learn more about your case, including what to do next, please visit our main Strike 3 Holdings page.