Webwork - 2:08 pm on Nov 29, 2011 (gmt 0)
Recently, a startup (founded in 2010; about $90M raised in two rounds of financing, the latest (~$30M) a couple of months ago) trademarked that name and is up and running. It's a retailer,
Publish enough identifying information in any domain name forum and a lawyer worth their retainer will find it and use whatever you say against you in a court of law . . .
Food for thought.
I'd suggest two actions. First, find a professional broker. Second, talk to a lawyer who routinely handles WIPO/NAF arbitrations for advice about how to proceed. (Maybe the second suggestion should be your first action. :-/ )