Hi there @Maicel
Thank you for pointing this out, very pleased to see community members being concerned with that, appreciated
OK, after a quick "investigation" let's not freak out like crazy. First of all, nothing to do with "warez" here, the site ProducerBox is legit. You can check this page https://producerbox.com/about for the basic concept & description and also find more info on this one : https://producerbox.com/terms where it refers to a ProducingTools Ltd company name.
Now when you search a bit further about this company name, the funny thing is that you will find other websites like https://nextproducers.com/content/3-terms or https://ghostproducingstudio.com/terms/ and maybe others.
ProducingTools Ltd seems to refer to a company name based in BVI territory ( British Virgin Islands ), they are not B2B business, it's a web based company that seems to have developed several sites following the Market Place concept.
Haven't look further for company registration details but they look ok like many online business.
Now back to this track you found : the principle of such Web Market Place is that they have authors who registered and apply by them to provide & sell content. Those authors have to follow rules in order to make sure that the content they sell via their website is 100% Royalty Free & Legit. In this case the author is referred as MarkEworth https://producerbox.com/users/MarkEworth
If it's a 100% track recreation from scratch in Ableton Live, it's legit in terms of original content, but still there's the problem of plagiary, imitation etc... Then it falls back to the original track rights from the artist, so in this case I think it's more up to @Protoculture to have a look at it and to decide if he wants to take action. They provide information about this here : https://help.producerbox.com/knowledgebase.php?article=36
So also informing @chris_agnelli from Sonic Academy staff here about this, but I really do think that it's more up to Nate to check this out, IMO S.A doesn't hold rights on this track.
Finding such sites with full templates which are almost "copy-cats" of artist's tracks is very common and has become a business, but when they tell you that you can have a full license to make this track yours and use it commercially it's another step, most like the ghost writing business, but again it can be legit too.
Welcome to the Web & 21th century people...
Thanks again for your concern ! Hope those explanations can help, let's see what Nate thinks about it.