Greeting fellow instructors
My name is Innocent Sunday
I am full time online entrepreneur , I recently create my online programming tutorial platform known as claspace.com , the site is yet to be lunch
I have a team of professional who made video courses for me. I decide to upload one of the course made for my prelunch website claspace.com to my Udemy instructor account
I got email from udemy trust & safety saying
" We have noticed that your course(s) features persons other than yourself. Could you please explain why this is?
Please let us know at your earliest convenience. If we do not hear back from you in the next 7 days, your course and/or account may be disabled.
How do I go about this , please I need help
I obtain all the legal right to used the video I used which was embedded with site logo I am the CEO of of this prelunch website www.claspace.com
I need a proper massage guide to reply to Udemy trust & safety team
To avoid my Instructor account from be Disabled
Please I need help of what massage to reply to udemy trust & safety team
Alright, thanks for your reply please suggest what kind of massage do I need to send to the team that, they will not suspended my instructor account, I don't want my instructor account to be suspended, thanks
I think there are a lot of confusing things going on here. You appear to be trying to promote an online course platform that is your own, and which would obviously be in competition with Udemy. Why do you think that is OK? Instructors should not be promoting competition for Udemy on Udemy's site. You seem to want to use Udemy to take business away from Udemy. Most of us instructors send customers to Udemy because we view ourselves as Udemy's partners.
The issue of other instructors is a separate issue.
Alright, thanks for your reply sir, now I realized my mistake please suggest what kind of massage do I need to send to the team that, they will not suspended my instructor account, I can delete or removed the suspected course, I don't want my instructor account to be suspended, thanks
I would remove any links to outside platforms that compete with Udemy. You can send students to a website that provides additional educational (not marketing) material. But, I think you need to get guidance from Udemy officially. I am just another instructor.
Thanks for your time
I suggested if I removed the course from the draft, can it be offensive
The problem with Udemy trust and safety team , they are not friendly they take decision without consideration , honestly am afraid to reply their massage
If i understand the issue here: its that the video has some other trainer delivering instead of you. If you are a training company having license over your courses then mention that to the Udemy team, they would formally want an affidavit sent across once they are convinced, the matter ends there.
Whether you have another website where you intend to sell is not the issue here, the issue is whether you have the rights over the courses you are uploading according to what i read in your message here.