Discussion in 'Domain Name Disputes' started by Whois-Search, Jan 4, 2008.
Ouch Are you going to appeal?
What a Joke!......................Sorry I couldn't resist
terrible decision. Jokers could be used for a load of things
How come it's on that site before it's on the Nominet website? Haven't read it yet though - just starting now...
Emotions may have got the better of FC....and the complainant used this to take the GENERIC domain name. Very sad indeed and remember registrants don't get second chances to act proper with their domain names.....
Did the complainant complain against the use before submitting the complaint? If no then poor show that FC wasn't given an opportunity to correct any issues.
Beasty, is their any case law regarding true generic domain names that have considered to have taking unfair advatange of complainants rights? what is the courts remedy...damages or transfer? citi group, tescos, marks and spencers, phones4u are not really generic
What a heap of b******s. Ok the site shouldn't of been routing affiliate traffic back to the complainants site but what gives them the right to the domain name??? Worst case the domain should be deleted. It's not like it's a typo???
I especially liked colins choice of web forwarding to competitors :mrgreen:
This is far more bizarre than it looks.
For a start I was not the respondant and am currently 'having words' with Nominet, which is why it isn't on their site.
I have not read such a "biased" and "lame" explanation in my life regarding the stuff under "complainant's rights" section.
This is disgusting!
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