I have uploaded a video to Youtube some days ago and it was subjected to the Content ID system, resulting in an automatic claim from your company (The Orchard Music Group) on an audio track that does not belong to you. The track "RJ19", a.k.a "Night Song" belongs to Ron Jones and was legally licensed through audiomicro.com, meaning you or no third party is allowed to place a claim on it.
The video is in Ansiedade de Aproximação
Further, I contacted Ron Jones and he answered that not only the track on audiomicro.com is legal, he actually never heard of you. (attached PDF)
Claiming to hold the rights to content you don't own is not only bad. It's a crime.
I humbly ask you to remove the claim peacefully, and then we can oversight this incident. I'm sure that The Orchard Music Group does not want to face Youtube's policy and legal action.
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