Apologies in advance for the length of this message - wanted to try and include everything! Hi all, I'm pretty sure having scanned a couple of the other threads on here that I know the outcome of this but I thought I'd run it by the experts first before I do anything. I saw an advert on TV last week for a new financial claims company, lets call them bonkersclaims.co.uk - long story short, when I tried to view the site I discovered I had typed a slightly different address - lets say bonkerclaims.co.uk (without the 's') and the domain hadn't been regd. I thought to myself that if I had made that mistake, potentially, so could a lot of other people, so I regd it. I was under the impression that I could not directly approach the company in question and offer to sell etc, so after a few days I went down the route of becoming one of their affilliates - they seemed really keen on the telephone but low and behold, I have today received a lovely letter from their Trademark Attorney reading me the riot act and threatning commence proceedings and/or go down the DRS path. Within the letter thay have stated that; (a) they own the domains; (slightly changed just in case!) bonkers.co.uk bonkersclaims.co.uk bonkers.com bonkersclaims.com (b) they have 2 registered trademarks for; (again, slightly changed) bonkers (word: two in series) bonkersclaims (word: six in series) They have very kindly included some domain transfer forms and a nice little contract for me to sign saying that I will never register another domain with the word bonkers in it. Now I don't mind at all handing the domain over if it's just going to bring me uneccesary grief, but I was wondering what the state of play is with the trademarks as they dont seem to have one for my spelling - are they using scare tactics (as its very close to their trademark)? The thing is, my domain could also be a different spelling of bonquer (I hope your following this) which I'm guessing could change things? Anyway, any help or advise would be greatly appreciated - I have to respond by Fri 11th April. For those that still haven't managed to work out what the actual domain is, PM me and I'll send you the details. Thanks again, Simon.