Here is the deal! I been running multiple Shopify websites and finally found one that is not saturated at all. I found a sports niche in my FB newsfeed I set up my store with my exact competitors theme, apps, and layout. My content is spun and I made it look a little different from my competitor. This store has been running for about 5 months and it's growing in revenue. I have the same products as my competitor except for 3 products. Some products are from AliExpress, POD (print on demand) and I package some of my own products. My competitor emails me and tells me they took screenshots of my website and content and said they are sending a DMCA to my hosting company! They said they own the right to those products I'm making. They're going to contact their lawyers blah blah blah This is what is pissing them off... I'm producing some products and making them look like theirs with my brand on it. The thing is these sport items are not unique and anyone can do it. I checked etsy (great to find niches and they sell something similar but they don't know how to market them. I produced the same necklace as them and put my brand on it (these necklaces are all over the internet). My competitor been in business since 2013 and all their merchandise is NOT unique but they're making a shit load of money because the market is not saturated. Can they get me for spun content? The description looks like theirs but I spun the content. Is there a website that shows if they own the patent to those products (they don't) just want to see if something like that exist to the public. What do you think?