I made a rookie mistake of registering a domain name of a brand and trying to sell it products. I received a letter basically stating I've violated the ICANN and causing consumer confusion. They requested me to: 1. cease distribution, advertisement, licensing or selling goods bearing the mark of the brand (which I did by shutting down my website completely) 2. collect and turn over inventory of such items 3. provide full accounting of sales of such items as well as invoices and purchases 4. transfer the domain name back (i have no problem doing this) I'm only worry about number 2 and 3. For number 2, can I tell them I never had the inventory in the first place because I never had the product to sell because my distributor from a foreign country never came through? For number 3, can I tell them I never sold any items at all? I have until July 15,2011 to resolve the problem with their attorney. If I don't then they will proceed accordingly without further notice. How should I response to them? I don't want to get sued and I learnt my lesson.