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UDRP Complaint WTF?

Discussion in 'Domain Names & Parking' started by M1ndfluX, Aug 16, 2013.

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  1. M1ndfluX

    M1ndfluX Senior Member

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    Hey all,


    Not telling any hosts, names or registrars etc. due to the G index...


    To make a long story short, i have been i a pileload of email hassle over a domain. Seems that i made the classic problem with a trademark in a domain.

    Point is, i ordered a 'ready to go site' here of one of the sellers in the bst who gave me a domain to register. Its a plain amazon aff site. Nothing more, nothing less. Did that and couple of months later i got a mail from some lawyer etc.

    Just for the record, i am not blaming the BHW seller. Not his problem, the domain is on my name and its my fold to realize this earlier so...

    Seems in the first place i just had to transfer the domain name and things were settled. We all have been there right? Nope. Then i got a cc from someone of the udrp. Seems they want to play it hard? Think i got 20 cc's trough the mail with .pdf this and that... *sigh*

    Problem is i cant hand over the site atm since the domain seems to be locked due to a serious complaint, and all parties seems to be dumb or what. For the record, i am based in the Netherlands, company is US based. Should i be worried in the first place? 75% of my domains are parked at that registrar.

    Never had a hassle about a domain like this but before i starting to become pissed off and tell them to f*** off i would like to know if someone had any experience, tips OR who could tell me what the UDRP is in IM language in the first place.

    Just for the record, i am not in a panic mode, just asking for tips bro's.


    Regards, M
     
  2. alinator

    alinator Junior Member

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    If it is at Godaddy or any other registrar, you should be able to delete the domain and it will go straight into redemption period.

    Play hard ball in return, chances are they are just looking to cause trouble . Deny that you did and return the domain, your account at the registrar should be fine.
     
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    M1ndfluX Senior Member

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    Thnx. Sure i dont mind to hand over the domain. Just not sure what the UDRP forum etc is all about.

    Obviously the domain is not now directing to the site etc... Its all blah blah but for some reason these guys seems to be boss FSR.

    The lawyer seems to eat out of their hands?
     
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