Hi all, New to this forum. Looks like a good location with active members. Glad to be here. I just ran into an interesting situation. I received a spam mass-email from a very high-end company in Scotland that owns and manages several castles. These castles are used for corporate events and the cost for a week is upwards of a half-million dollars to their clients. Anyway, the header image in the email was one that I had shot at Ackergill Castle in 2008 when I was brought along with a family for a (very expensive) family reunion. FYI: In 2008, Ackergill was owned privately by a family, and they were hosting exclusive-use corporate and family clients. In 2011 they sold the castle to a company that was buying up all the castles in the area. During the trip (in 2008), I was asked by the castle management if they could do a cute thing and print a few of my images (I had been shooting of the family) on the dinner place settings at the fancy-pants dinner table for the family. I provided them with images for the menus. The images that I had provided were apparently not deleted from the computers and when the large company took over the castle management in 2011, they found these images and used one of them this week in the mass-email. There are no documents or agreements that I had with the original owners of Ackergill, I had not granted permission for any use other than in the dinner place-settings that were specific to the family I was with. I believe that the usage of my image in the mass email was a mistake that occurred with the changing of management at Ackergill, but I think I should be compensated by the new management for infringement. What are your thoughts? How much could I charge for something like this?