Something Estibot does right, registrars need the same!

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I was trying to look at the value of some 3 word .com's and thought I would punch in a popular website into Estibot to see what the potential value would be. I punched in PlentyofFish.com and immediately got a trademark notice.

That got me to thinking about how much money we could save newer members in registration fees if there was a registrar that did similar. So instead of blindly registering amazon or google domains a newbie would immediately see that resale is limited because of a trademark.

Personally I think all registrars should do this and someone needs to get the ball rolling.

I was trying to think who the best person to contact would be..... guess who immediately came to mind?

@Rob Monster / Epik

Rob is definitely the most forward thinking guy when it comes to new products.

I would love his opinion on this.
 

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I believe it would be very easy to implement while doing a search. Rob is great at innovation. Would be nice to see him join this forum. :)
 

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Nafti said:
I believe it would be very easy to implement while doing a search. Rob is great at innovation. Would be nice to see him join this forum. :)

I emailed him to let him know.
You can't do it through namepros because they have already blocked the dn.ca domain

You have to say something like dn(dot)ca or their filters will delete the address and substitute "rule violation"

Bunch of paranoid guys there.
 
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