The Complainant provides the world's largest job's website, and owns the registered INDEED trademark in Canada. In addition to creating a website that was very similar to the Complainant's (using the Complainant's marks), the Registrant was involved in a vicious phishing scheme to obtain personal information from the Complainant's customers.
The Registrant did not respond to the Complainant's cease and desist letter. The Panel found bad faith as a result of the similarity in the Restraint's website (in comparison to the Complainant's site), and the fact that the Registrant was seeking contact details and a "utility bill, tax document or business document" from the visitors to the Domain Name.
You can read the decision here.
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