Wm. M. said:Not finalized yet though! "Das ist v-e-r-y interesting!"
Whois-Search said:Another Enom Quick Buck at the expense of others.
Whois-Search said:Fact is Enom registered a trademark and made money from that trademark.
But your gonna take the 20k and change the whois quick
cambler said:I'm sure I have no idea what you're talking about. At the expense of what others?
RADiSTAR said:There's plenty of food for thought though: if you lose a UDRP based on the facts stated above, along with $20k that went to the Registrar, can you then sue the Registrar to claim that money back?
NameWolf said:Enom as well as all registars under similar circumstances will have different remarks squeezed somewhere in their TOS, etc. to get rid of any responsibility with a situation like that.
clemzonguy said:This wasn't a $6.95 registration. ENOM did indeed profit from the well known trademark Kinko's (this point is hard to dispute because even overture numbers are based on the confusing name).....however I would say the burden of proof is with the URDP which FEDex will win. I'm sure both parties could be included in a legal suit. This could open a large door (at some point) as far as which names we could and couldn't bid on in the future and I would hate for it to get to that point.....but even if it did I doubt there would be much discrimination at the registrar level although there probably should be on sales over $1,000. Cambler states "The customers wanted the name and were willing to pay for the service of getting it for them." I don't really see a registrar as an innocent bystander in this case with a blind eye, but yet an active participant.