This has come as a bit of a surprise. Just received a DRS complaint via Nominet from a property letting company who operates on the .org for the domain they are filing a complaint against. The domain in question is a surname and is currently parked (I do understand that this might not be in my favour if it displays links of a similar service, should I mention the ads are fed by a third party supplier?). They claim on their site they have a trademark for the term, although oddly I can't find one listed on ipo.gov.uk and there is no mention of a trademark in the complaint so seems a cheeky claim they have on on their website which just shows how much they are chancers. Reading the complaint it seems there may be history of them trying to buy it in the past and they claim I've tried to sell it for "thousands". However I only caught the domain last year and have never had any correspondence with this person so they can't use past negotiations against me surely. He also claims my site receives hundreds of visitors that takes away business from him... my stats show it's barely received any traffic whatsoever! I've never contacted the company or tried to sell them the domain. I'm a bit miffed, if they had actually bothered to contact me before carrying out such a knee jerk reaction they probably could have bought the domain for less than it costs to file a DRS. I'm also miffed because it is going to eat into my time to defend it. Any advice would be much appreciated. Also if it is found in their favour, what consequences can this have on me as a tag holder?