Hello - I need a little advice please. First of all, many apologies for the long post. Is posting the info below risky? I don’t want to hinder my chances of keeping my domain. Anyway… I registered a domain back in April with the intent of developing it into a comparison site. I have begun work on this and so far have had a few pages that have been live for approx 6-8 weeks – inc. the homepage. However, I received a letter recently claiming i registered the domain abusively. This is not true - I have been an active affiliate marketer for several months now, and I would never act immorally with regards to the way I register domains or run my websites. It is probably worthwhile noting that the complainant contacted me twice prior to me receiving the DRS complaint but I ignored them hoping it would go away. Will this effect any decisions made? My domain is made up of 2 generic words - and so is the company who claim they have the rights to the domain. I am currently in the proceedings of registering as a ltd company but as of yet am not registered as a business/company. The company claims in their arguments that they have traded as their registered name for a few years. I have a screenshot taken in June 2007 which shows on the companieshouse.gov website that they were not trading at the time I queried their database – their accounts were also overdue. HoOwever, they are now down as trading. Some additional points: I'm almost certain they don't own the trademark to this term. Afterall, Its not mentioned in their complaint. Their website launched after mine. They claim I am not developing the website – I am. They claim It could be misleading – they have purchased a domain with a ‘–‘ instead – they have no brand awareness though. They claim I never advertised as my domain name prior to reg. of it – Amazon didn’t advertise before they reg’d Amazon.com did they! Lol. Please can you give me some advice on the above. I would appreciate any links to examples of responses people have sent to Nominet and any general hints and tips. Many thanks for reading this. Kind regards.