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Username: richard_henderson
Date/Time: Thu, January 17, 2002 at 11:48 PM GMT
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Subject: ...and six others which Lars registered

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Lars Hindsley beach.info            13812345
Lars Hindsley buyer.info            13223219
Lars Hindsley dangerman.info        13498829
Lars Hindsley domainregistrar.info  1399393
Lars Hindsley secretagent.info      13129223
Lars Hindsley spy.info              132454439
Lars Hindsley superhero.info        13989888

And compare numbers with his customers:

Hornick: accounting.info              131117774
Kasal: pregnancy.info                 138526459
J.D.Sallen: JesusChrist.info          137264306
Fu He: Taiwan.info                    137264422
Katz: decorating.info                 131111111
Corcoran: tech.info                   137264720
Wallace: coffee.info                  135597611
Weaver: savings.info                  137263204
Ghafoor: humanities.info              135268955
Saragusa: bonds.info                  137264201
Scialla: theatre.info                 138562956
Nobriga: freesex.info                 137636599

THOUGH

in the case of Patrick Nobriga, it is interesting to note that he not only bought over 50 Sunrise names from Spy Productions, but he also applied 6 times through Afilias Board member Karim Jiwani's Domain People, using the same original number each time - 123456789. It seems inconceivable that this Afilias Board member should allow his own registrars to believe in the TM number 123456789, let alone to believe that that number somehow was applied to 6 separate trademarks. But if Afilias CEO Hal Lubsen's DomainBank is allowed to submit "NONE" in the four TM data fields, why shouldn't EVERYONE cheat the honest customers? After all Speednames, ALSO represented on the Afilias Board, did it 4981 times with the Plankenstein frauds.


       
     

 


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