The Complainant is a federal not-for-profit corporation and operator of the International Student Identity Card (ISIC) program, and owner of the ISIC trademark in Canada. The Registrant’s sole Director is Daniel Mullen, am individual that has participated in numerous domain name disputes over the years. The Registrant operates a pay-per-click website. The parties attempted to negotiate for the transfer of the Domain Name, but Mr. Mullen suggested that the Complainant commence a CDRP.
In addition to leading website visitors to a pay-per-click website,
The Panel found that the Domain Name was filed in bad faith because the
Registrant owns numerous domain names that closely correspond to registered
trademarks, and previous panels have held that the Registrant has a pattern of
registering domain names in bad faith.
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