The Complainant is an Allianz Insurance subsidiary, and owns the PET PLAN trademark, registered for use in association with insurance brokerage services in connection with health insurance for domestic animals (registered in Canada since 1996). The Domain Name was registered on December 5, 2017. The Domain Name was being used as a pay-per-click website, and was being offered for sale $2,500.00, well in excess of any reasonable out-of-pocket expenses. The Panel found that the Domain name was registered in bad faith – in part because of the conflicting e-mail responses to BCICAC following delivery of the Complaint (no formal response was provided). He first stated that he intended to use the Domain Name as a hobby blog. He later said that he wished to delete the Domain name and intended to do so “from day 1”.
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