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How can I know whether the submitted creations are original work and not plagiarism?
Designers who submit their works for your contest accept the regulation which forbids such practices. If we have evidence of such practice the users concerned will be removed from the platform for good.
If you suspect plagiarism, please, let us know, explaining why do you think the work is plagiarized, or giving us a link to the original creation. You can also use Internet tools for detecting plagiarisms e.g.
But mainly, you can always rely on the Mintia community - it is a group of professionals, who can always help you to detect plagiarism. Therefore, spread your contest everywhere, invite numerous designers, so that it becomes more difficult to hide plagiarism.

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