Important information about domain names reproducing marks under .sucks

We bring to your attention controversial new practices on .sucks domain names.

This TLD was designed to promote freedom of expression and to give consumers and internet users the opportunity to criticize brands, report abuse, defend causes, etc.

Recently, several decisions relating to UDRP complaints initiated by trademark holders have ordered the transfer of the domain names concerned to the complainants; and the number of complaints against .sucks domains has increased dramatically since the beginning of the year.

While until now .sucks rebranding domain names were offered for sale, many now display authorization codes to transfer the domains, which are publicly available. These codes allow anyone to take control of any domain name.

By publicly displaying the authorization codes, the domain name holder waives the condition of use in bad faith, necessary to succeed in a UDRP procedure.

It is likely that .sucks the domain names reproducing your trademarks are registered and transferable to third parties.

We draw your attention to the fact that these .sucks Duplicating trademark domain names are often classified as premium domain names by Vox Populi, resulting in significant renewal fees.

Please contact us if you are interested in acquiring .sucks domain names or inquire about renewal fees.

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