The current state of corporate domain name thievery is out of control.
We are starting this new section off, here on Domainer, under the easy to find and easy to reference menu header entitled DOMAIN THIEVES.
From this point forward, we are going to document, explain and name and shame corporate domain thieves and their legal representation.
We will be exposing the names of domain thieves’ legal representation, because the lawyers in these cases should know better than to take their client’s money in bad faith and help them attempt to steal a domain name from a legitimate domain name holder.
It’s very simple.
If you want a good domain name and someone has SECURED IT BEFORE YOU, then… if you want it instead… you have to PAY FOR IT.
We’re not talking about clear cases of trademark infringement or cybersquatting here. Do you know the difference?
Domainer has been responsible in the past for exposing and helping confiscate thousands of domain names from cybersquatters doing the wrong thing.
The main point here though is, if any corporation or law firm thinks they can simply BULLY a domain name owner, who owns a generic, initial or acronym domain name, into handing it over for free, they’ve got another thing coming.
Domainer stands strong and yells very loudly for legitimate domain name investors.
If you, or someone you know, owns a domain name for legitimate reasons and domain name thieves are trying to steal it from you, please let us know. We are more than glad to aid and expose the bullies against you for free on this industry website.