I notice that Afilias-accredited registrar Globedom have been running what you might
call "a family affair" in the Sunrise abomination...
Naseem Bhatti got the "Registrar
Reserved" name for Globedom
Marianne Bhatti got: aktien.info, bau.info, immobilien.info,
mode.info, rechtsanwalt.info using their family e-mail but all kept on the Globedom
And Martina Wagner, supplying exactly the same family e-mail, got: energie.info,
gesundheit.info, presse.info, versicherung.info, wasser.info, wein.info
Gertraud Brandauer also got: auto.info, kino.info, recht.info, reise.info, strom.info,
werbung.info, wetter.info, wirtschaft.info
Since all of these "in the family" Sunrise
registrations were submitted with supposedly plausible Trademark details, I wonder
if Naseem Bhatti of Globedom would now like to confirm that the TM details he submitted
are genuine. As I've done a little research of my own, I'd be VERY interested to
hear his response.
I'd also like to ask Afilias: if it turns out that Globedom
have cheated your own systems, will you promise to repeal their accreditation? How
can honest customers be safe, if the registrars YOU recommend turn out to be cheats?
then, Afilias is the company whose own CEO Hal Lubsen was connected with charging
$13000 to cheat his own system, when he submitted 91 names with "NONE" in the place
of all Trademark data. So I suppose you could say, "It's all in the family", and
what does it matter if honest customers get ripped off?
Laughing all the way to