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My favourite creation has been deleted (by you) What to do?
One reason for a creation to be deleted is if we realize that it is not original (plagiarism, using the creation in other circumstances or other contests). Another reason would be the fact that the designer used forbidden elements for his creation (stock materials, clip-arts).
If the work is a plagiarism, there is no way to get it back in the contest. Try and work with the remaining creations, ask other designers to adjust their works to your expectations.You can always extend your contest, in order to give a chance to other designers to send good quality creations. If you want to extend your contest another time - contact us: hello@mintia.com
If the designer used forbidden elements, he/she will be informed about the reason in a message. You can ask the designer to re-submit the work again, this time with only authorized elements.

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