It never ceases to amaze me when I see someone cybersquatting on what is very obviously a well known brand name.
And when they exacerbate the situation by advertising the domain for sale, I am simply lost for words.
Do they not realise the potential implications?
What I get really mad about though is that when things like this happen, responsible domainers can unfortunately get tarred with the same brush. 🙁
Have a look at this recent auDRP decision on Clarins.com.au. The sole panelist was Andrew F. Christie – and he made the only decision he could.