Return to New TLD Agreements Forum - Message Thread - FAQ
||Tue, September 4, 2001 at 8:25 AM GMT
||Microsoft Internet Explorer V5.5 using Windows 98
Some very misleading information has been posted in the
past couple of weeks about who the bad guys are in the Sunrise Generic Registrations.|
know of at least one Registrar who advised clients incorrectly and processed pre
reg applications incorrectly during the Sunrise Period - that should have been held
The same Registrar included false Trademark details in the applications
that now make it appear as though the applicant was claiming Trademark rights - even
though they weren't.
Here is an excerpt from the page that the link posted at the
bottom of this text box will open:
"Submitting your domain name during the Sunrise
period gives you a good chance of securing the domain you want. Due to the trademark
restrictions we would recommend that you only apply for generic domain names during
this period, i.e. 'sport.info' or 'internet.info'. Speculative registrations that
infringe trademark holders, e.g.: 'mcdonalds.info' could result in your domain name
being revoked at a later date without refund of your registration fee."
this advice would lead to your name being bandied around in this and many other forums.
a nice day.
- .info mess be_as_one, September 4 @ 8:25 AM (1/3)