Category Archives: Domaining

Please Note: We are a partner of

Today I was whoising a domain… I’v found’s page is saying

Please Note: We are a partner of

dropcatchNNN example

OK! ‘430, nice to know…
How many there are?
f*ck!, I just know how to count until… but… looks like they are a few hundreds….

About 452 results (0.36 seconds)

Only on page 30th of Google Results I’v started to see other thing except results…

On the Google Search I also found…

  • works similarly to NameJet and SnapNames when it comes to fully expired (aka pending delete) domain names. The names drop and the companies use their own domain registrars (as well as partners) to quickly ping the registry and pick up expired domain names.

The software behind has been used to capture over 1 million domain names since 2006, including much of the HugeDomains portfolio.



 Registrar: DROPCATCH.COM 430 LLC
 Sponsoring Registrar IANA ID: 1841
 Whois Server:
 Referral URL:
 Status: clientTransferProhibited
 Updated Date: 03-may-2015
 Creation Date: 18-oct-2014
 Expiration Date: 18-oct-2015

For more information on Whois status codes, please visit
Domain Name:
Registrar URL:
Registrant Name: Domain Sales Manager
Registrant Organization:
Name Server:
Name Server:
DNSSEC: unsigned

To view the full Whois information please visit:

Use this link for $100 off this domain name.

SCAM ALERT! – Trademark Infringement Cease & Desist Notice for

I’v getting lots of emails like this….
Shit! People from Bellagio is sending me emails! HOORAY!


A third party has filed a trademark infringement cease and desist notice for your domain

You can download the notice here Download Domain Copyright Notice

In most cases you should take it seriously to avoid further legal trouble. However for random complaint
without any valid reason is quite common and you can ignore.

In case the copyright notice is applicable and unresolved contact your domain registrar and they will
help you to resolve the issue. Please note that, we don’t consult anyone individually.


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  • Las Vegas Strip Map – Bellagio Hotel and Casino

    Las Vegas Strip Map & Directions. Location: Bellagio, 3600 Las Vegas Blvd. South,Las Vegas, NV 89109 702.693.7111. Property Map. Directions: Las Vegas …


Go Montenegro Domains, LLC,, LLC and some more


I was whoising a domain…

Registrar Registration Expiration Date: 2015-07-18T18:01:03Z
Registrar: Go Montenegro Domains, LLC
Registrar IANA ID: 1152
Registrar Abuse Contact Email: [email protected]
Registrar Abuse Contact Phone: +1.4806242505

And I saw that it was registered on  Go Montenegro Domains, LLC – – ok!…. godaddy… lets make a whois to

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No, You Can’t Register a Famous Trademark


No, You Can’t Register a Famous Trademark as a Domain Name Just Because “It Was Available”

Yah! I know it 🙂
But here is a nice excerpt of a post that I’v found.


Caller: I don’t mean to be rude, but the domain name was available and I paid $10 for it, so it is mine. How can that be illegal?

Domain Name Lawyer: Why did you register the domain name?

Caller: To sell it to Coca-Cola. I came up with this awesome idea of a website all about how people love Coca-Cola, and would be just the perfect domain name for them to launch this site. I can’t believe their marketing company didn’t come up with this themselves….Anyhow, Coca-Cola earned about 2 Billion dollars last year based upon my research, and I think that 1% of that would be a fair price and I would share what we get with you if you will help me sell it to them.

Domain Name Lawyer: I do not mean to be the bearer of bad news, but registering a famous trademark like that to sell to the trademark owner is unlawful, and you best just hand over the domain name before you get into any more trouble. Sorry I can’t help.

Caller: You mean to tell me that Godaddy lets people register illegal names? Are you sure that you are really an expert in domain names? Because I spoke to a couple people before calling you, and they all told me stories of companies paying millions of dollars to get their domain names back after they inadvertently lapsed, or because someone got to them first. So I find it really hard to believe that a big company like Godaddy would allow someone to register a domain name that was illegal.

Domain Name Lawyer: Look, I have been practising domain name law for like 12 years, and there is something called the Anti-Cybersquatting Consumer Protection Act that makes this kind of thing illegal.

Caller: Did you say “legal” or “illegal”?

Domain Name Lawyer: Illegal.

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