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2014-03-18, 06:31 PM, (This post was last modified: 2014-03-18, 06:47 PM by hammerK.)
#1
Hey Elites,

I just received this email and Im a bit confused about it..

I registered an EMD some days ago for my new niche. The website isn´t even finished yet, but I already got this email through my Whois Guard protected Email address..

Please look:

I immediately changed my nameservers and deleted the content...
Im using an offshore host, but Im still worried if I should use this domain in future or better buy a new domain which doesn´t contain their brand name.

What are your opinions about this? Did you experience the same any time?

Kind regards
hammerK

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2014-03-18, 06:40 PM, (This post was last modified: 2014-03-18, 06:49 PM by ÐExTeR.)
#2
If you can Tell me the domain name then i can help you coz there are ways to avoid this kind of legal notice from *******.
You could say that you are not using their brand name if there is a slightest change in the domain .

Let me know would love to help you

Thanks
Killer

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2014-03-18, 06:45 PM,
#3
You Are the owner of the domain.. Nobody can take action against on you... You can use that domain.

Try to contact them via phone. (or)

Sell the domain to them itself... It is their fault to not register the domain on this name. This won't lead to any legal problems...
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2014-03-18, 06:52 PM,
#4
(2014-03-18, 06:45 PM)peter121 Wrote: You Are the owner of the domain.. Nobody can take action against on you... You can use that domain.

Try to contact them via phone. (or)

Sell the domain to them itself... It is their fault to not register the domain on this name. This won't lead to any legal problems...

Actually that is true but if they send you a legal notice then you have to take actions in a legal way.

Yes you can sell the domain name to them but you need to be wicked to do that.

You must say that you are ready to sell the domain name to them but you need 5k$ for the domain name other wise you want the permission to use that domain as according to you you are not violating any policies.

All these steps you need to take the right(Legal way).

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2014-03-18, 06:55 PM,
#5
(2014-03-18, 06:45 PM)peter121 Wrote: You Are the owner of the domain.. Nobody can take action against on you... You can use that domain.

Try to contact them via phone. (or)

Sell the domain to them itself... It is their fault to not register the domain on this name. This won't lead to any legal problems...

What? Of course they can take action against him. Especially if he uses the trademark to gain profit.


@OP, if you are sure the email is legit, I would advice not to use the domain. Get a new one, without the trademark in the name.
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2014-03-18, 07:06 PM,
#6
yup. I once bought domain name like awesomepaypalblabla.com and becouse there was a word paypal in domain name i got this kinda email too.
So, do not use paypal, ebay words in domain name. I know for this two, maybe there are some others.

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2014-03-18, 07:10 PM,
#7
Indeed there are... Never happened to me before though.. Waiting for your skype cpakiller ;)

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2014-03-18, 07:13 PM,
#8
"This is not a hacking forum, I should not post this crap." the domain and send them an e-mail what you did.

Of course you can claim that your domain paypal123.com has absolutely nothing to do with the PayPal trademark, but good look bullshitting your way through that. It won't be worth the time or the money you are going to spend.

The only way to avoid legal pursuit is to buy "domain privacy", but that will only slow them down - it won't stop them from taking the domain from your hands.
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2014-03-18, 07:19 PM, (This post was last modified: 2014-03-18, 07:22 PM by Fierce.)
#9
lmao that is a domain manager of faceb00k. i got that email too for using domain with fb on it. I took down the domain. Cancelled it on my registrar,

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2014-03-18, 07:22 PM,
#10
(2014-03-18, 07:19 PM)Fierce Wrote: lmao that is a domain manager of facebook. i got that email too for using domain with fb on it.

And how did you proceed?

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