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Firstly - I answered the question about fraud - then I answered your point about
'creditcards' and 'domains'.|
So - how have I diverted attention away from fraud?
I understand it - creditcards.com could claim creditcards.info
I have not seen
anything that says otherwise.
Please can you direct me to anything that says different?
said, "Each of these enables them to make claim under sunrise or use as excuse of
'consumer confussion' - take these domains off owner by UDRP."
So the Sunrise Period
makes no difference - they can effectively take a domain name from the legal owner
later on - by UDRP.
BOTH the Sunrise Period and UDRP are fatally flawed systems.
point is - nobody could be that incompetent - these are clever people.
Sunrise Period was set up that way purposefully, to extract as much profit as was