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Domain takedown (Trademark related)

Discussion in 'Domain Names & Parking' started by myron, Sep 30, 2014.

  1. myron

    myron Newbie

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    Is it possible to transfer the my current domain that was made with godaddy to a provider that ignores most importantly trademark claims and then other internet/copyright laws?
    What are some good solution?
     
  2. ThreadKiller

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    No domain registrar ignores trademark claims etc.

    However, companies like Namecheap and Joker.com are waaayyy better than Godaddy when it comes to dealing with legal threats.
    Just do a regular registrar transfer. It is perfectly doable. But knowing Godaddy, I guess they hide that info somewhere.
     
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    you cant use a trademark domain in any condition.
     
  4. Uniqu3

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    As threadkiller mentioned above, GoDaddy are shit when it comes to dealing with compaints and companies like Namecheap will deal with them better. You can move domain host to namecheap but I believe it would cost a few $
     
  5. myron

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    Can I do it if this if I'm in the middle of trademark claim discussing process?
    It's really bullsh**
    I have a site called sodomize-her . (this is just an example not the real site)
    This other guy has a site called sodomizer .
    Both sites have the same domain termination
    The guy has trademarked the word sodomizer, the verb sodomize and other variants wasn't. He has done this with USPTO
     
  6. ThreadKiller

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    I believe you can. 99% certain.

    Just get an account at Namecheap. Find some link in there saying "transfer domain into Namecheap" or similar. Pay your almost-10-bucks. Get the process started. Get the domain auth code from Godaddy that will have been sent to them automatically. Within a day or two your domain will be handled by wonderful Namecheap instead of the evil empire that is Godaddy.
     
  7. myron

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    I think it's too late to transfer. The domain can't be transferred until the dispute is resolved.
     
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    use China registars like Cnobin.com (BizCN) and Eranet.com(TodayNic aka NOW.cn)
     
  9. myron

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    I've sent these guys an email asking how they deal with trademark claims.
    You use their services?
     
  10. myron

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    Well Cnobin can't seem to help me
    What about other alternatives, through a vps in Russia or something?
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