Cybersquatting & Domain Dispute Lawyer Attorney Law Firm - Habitual Cybersquatter under the Uniform Dispute Resolution Policy (UDRP): Texas International Property Associates (a.k.a. International Property Associates)

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2008.03.28

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How does one go about filing a domain dispute against Texas International Property Associates? They are squatting on a one letter misspelling of one of my domains and it is pretty apparent that they are trying to confuse users by associating their misspelled domain with the meaning of the correctly spelled domain name.

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Texas International Property Associates gets nailed all too often for trademark cybersquatting.

Thanks David: Had not seen that although it does not surprise me given the level of habitual cybersquatting which Texas International Property Associates (a.k.a. International Property Associates) engages in. These folks are giving the entire domain industry a black eye.

Something for you to check if you haven't come across this yet:

http://domaindetectives.net/reports/compana/compana.php?PHPSESSID=8d5e0e7574100055262b9d70eb9eebcf

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