subject of UDRP


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A UDRP was filed at the National Arbitration Forum (NAF) against the valuable domain name. was created in March of 1994. The domain name is currently registered to a California-based company. Using the DomainTools Whois History Tool, I can see Whois records since 2000. The email address on the earliest record in 2000 matches the email address of the current registrant, so the registrant has had it for at least 17 years.

When I visited, I was taken to a website that says “Internet Marketing Inc a PartnerVision venture” in the header. Obviously IMI is short for Internet Marketing Inc. Below this, there is a notice that says the website moved to Below this are helpful links “for other IMI Companies.”

Interestingly, there is a page within the website that says the and domain names are for sale. There is absolutely nothing wrong with selling valuable domain names like (just ask a publicly traded company like GoDaddy which has sold many millions of dollars worth of generic domain names like this one). The price may seem high (“offers less than two million dollars will not be considered.”) but a domain name owner can ask whatever price he or she wants and there is nothing wrong with that. Domain owners have the right to ask whatever price they want for their assets and if someone thinks it is too expensive, they can go find something else within their budget. That’s how it works – just like real estate.



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