Key-Systems GmbH won control of the domain name RRPproxy.me in a UDRP
The domain appears to be owned by Joost Zuurbier who is the Founder of Freedom Registry which operates the .TK registry the second largest domain name registry in the world with around 30 million registrations.
We did an interview with Zoost in March of 2012 which you can read here
The domain name was registered in August 2014 and is in pending delete status.
Key-Systems owns the domain names rrpproxy.com, rrpproxy.net and rrpproxy.org, however its the .net which is a domain name registrar site:
“RRPproxy is one of the leading reseller platforms worldwide for domains and internet related services. Our products are all resalable and can be easily implemented into your system trough various API gateways and web interface. Manage your customers within our advanced subreseller system and benefit from further reselling features such as a SMS tool and a billing engine.”.
Ha,Ha it is FREE . Was going to reg it myself but cannot be bothered. Go on someone ,reg it !
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I’m not surprised that .tk is the second largest domain name registry in the world, it is free.
I see that the Complainant has now hand regged the domain .
Had to, the respondent violated UDRP by deleting the domain after the process was initiated.
Well Mr Volker you may be lucky that the Respondent does not take legal action in Court under German Law, because they would likely overturn the decision.And in addition under German Laws cannot order transfer of domain,only deletion.
Oh and as for “violating the UDRP”, sorry but the UDRP violates itself all the time .The fight back against gross abuses of the UDRP will contonue. I do see you have a TM, but under TM laws you know you would not have a case unless they were using it commercially in violation of your TM.
The registrar/registrant violated the UDRP by refusing to adhere to its obligations.
And they did use the domains commercially in violation of our trademark.
The decision is now published and makes good reading material: