First we would like to thank for you passing by our site. This site was developed to help the Arabic community to find its font needs without the hesitation of wandering in a hundred different places. Before we have added a font to our site, we insured that there are no prior owners, copyrights by doing a google search with such font names. In some instances we might mess, or not notice a site of which made the fonts we make available in this site. In such event, we would like that you do the following: Send us a complete list of all the fonts that you own (for future references), the official site of the fonts (it must be registered no after March 15th, 2000 - exceptions made). After inspecting that the domains are really owned by the claimant, we will immediately remove any(all) fonts by such claimant.
If you wish to add a font that you own, or a freelance font. You might also send us the name and any other information relating to the font. After inspecting its validity, we will then confirm and post it on our site.
We appreciate your help and understanding,
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