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  1. domaingenius

    domaingenius Well-Known Member

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    Did anyone on here know that it is posisble for someone,in
    the US in this case, to name a domain name as a defendant
    in a claim ?. They have issued proceedings against one of
    my .com domains and have served it on Verisign ,who are then meant to tell my registrar who is meant to tell me.
    Strange but tru, allegedly.

    DG
     
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    In that case I probably won't be far behind you DG!
     
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    domaingenius Well-Known Member

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    Well good luck to ya. In may case they chose not to
    take WIPO proceedings but to serve the papers on
    Verisign. Then again the USA always did think it
    owned everything including the internet. Cant wait
    until Verisign gets bought by UK company and
    registry transferred to the UK and then we can
    get our own back. Thats why I always prefer .co.uk
    coz of the prob with keeping .com's.

    DG
     
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