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    Quote Originally Posted by bogart View Post
    You can file an UDRP and may be able to win if you can show that the domain was purchased or being used in bad faith. I beleive it costs around $1300 plus attorney fees to file. It may be wiser to see if its possible to purchase the domain for less.

    Also, are there any requirements connected to the .in tld like having an India presence?
    Thanx for suggestion, I have also got good suggestion on DP by Chandan which is worth trying.


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    The issue with a lll domain is that anyone could claim the initials amking it difficult to claim a trademark. But the have been a number of cases recently where domainers have lost LLL domains in UDRP disputes.

    Quote Originally Posted by GeeOne View Post
    Thanx for suggestion, I have also got good suggestion on DP by Chandan which is worth trying.

    What's the suggestion that Chandon gave you at DP?

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