Domain Thieves

In the same way the legendary Domain King (Rick Schwartz) created and runs for wanna-be domain thieves who try to steal .com domain names from owners, Domainer has created for the same reasons in the Australian domain name industry.

You can watch a video interview Domainer conducted with Rick Schwartz in 2019.

What is Reverse Domain Name Hijacking?

Reverse Domain Name Hijacking is when a person or entity tries to steal a domain name from the rightful and legal owner by claiming Trademark Infringement and/or Bad Faith among other fabrications in order to get a governing panel to award them the domain name.

In lay terms, they are folks too cheap to pay the owner and so they abuse the process and try to steal or hijack the domain name that they have no rights to whatsoever. Panels may find that they are guilty of this practice and not only deny their claim but find that the over reach is indeed Reverse Domain Name Hijacking. (RDNH). At Domainer and we expose these people, companies and the attorneys that represent them and sometimes aid and abet!

Why is Reverse Domain Name Hijacking bad for my business or my bosses?

First of all if you have anything to do with Reverse Domain Name Hijacking and you do permanent and irreparable damage to the company you work for or represent, how long do you think you will be working there? You will see what it means to be labeled a “Reverse Domain Name Hijacker”. It’s not pretty. The facts speak for themselves. If you put the reputation of your company on the line, be prepared for the fallout. Don’t say you didn’t know as you resort to lies and thinking you are cute by registering trademarks long after the domain was registered.

You can always view the latest companies and their lawyers wrongfully trying to hijack domain names by visiting