The Complainant is a designer, manufacturer, seller and retailer of luxury wrist watches.
The Domain Name resolved to a pay-per-click website featuring sponsored links to competitors of the Complainant. When contacted by the Complainant, the Respondent initially offered to sell the domain for $6000.00, but later reduced the price to $1600. The Panel found that the offer evidenced “classic cybersquatting” and constituted bad faith.
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