Step 3: The creator may file a counter-notice. We encourage users who have had content disabled to consult with a lawyer about their options. If they believe their content was disabled inappropriately, they may send us a counter-notice. If the counter-notice satisfies the statutory requirements of the DMCA, we will send the counter-notice back to the copyright owner. If the copyright owner does not notify Mintable that they have filed a court action against the creator within no less than ten business days and no more than fourteen business days after receiving the counter-notice, we will restore access to the content in question.