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URL: http://www.revostock.com/
Twitter:
Facebook:
Accepting Submissions: Yes
Submit Online: Yes
Submit By Mail: No
Submissions Reviewed: Yes
Types Accepted: Instrumentals
Charge For Submissions: No
Up Front Money: No
Royalty Free:
(non-broadcast use)
Yes
Exclusivity:
(Exclusive, Non, Semi)

(Semi = Free to place on own
but not with another library)
  • Exclusive
  • Non-Exclusive
Re-Title: Unknown
Set Own Price: No
Contract Length: Unknown
Payment Schedule: Monthly
License Fee Split:
(writer/library)
45/55
PRO Split Based on 100%:
(writer/library
writer/library/publisher
or writer)
100/0
Requires Licensee To File Cue Sheet: Yes
Pays On Blanket License:
YouTube Content ID:
Active Site: No
Offers Subscriptions To Clients:
Notes:

191 Replies to “RevoStock”

  1. Guys, I posted this earlier in the thread. It appears that Revostocxk has gone out of business. If so, it is very unlikely that you will get paid. Here’s the legal lowdown, as posted previously…

    If Revostock has filed for bankruptcy, the funds that they have are counted as company assets. I don’t practice in that area of law, but AFAIK, if they have filed for bankruptcy they no longer have access to their assets, which are controlled by the court or receiver.

    “In order to get paid you need to file a claim with the receiver, or the court, as one of Revostock’s “creditors,” to whom it owes money.

    If they have filed for bankruptcy, there shouled be a public notice stating when and how to file your claim. There is usually a limited window of time.

    Note that all debts are likely to be aggregated and creditors often only get pennies on the dollar.

    Also, I believe that if there are unpaid judgements from previous lawsuits, those judgments will be prioritized.

    I would recommend hiring a lawyer, but based upon the amounts that you all mentioned being owed it would very likely cost you more to do that than you are owed.

    But…if you are owed money, you can contact the appropriate state court where Revostock is incorporated to 1) see if they’ve filed for banckruptcy protection and 2) inquire about filing a claim.

    Good luck.”

  2. Hi, i wrote today to Revostock trying to get some money i had there but the emails came back to me, anyone has some email address to share ?

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