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Overnight I received a notice that several domain names I owned were transferred by a sealed court from Verisign without notice and of course without the court order.
The domain names just were transferred by Verisign to another domain and are now listed for sale at another marketplace.
Another domainer sent me an identical notice he received overnight on domain names he owned.
The Domain names are now all owned by COURT APPOINTED RECEIVER – ROBERT OLEA and have been moved to Uniregisty as the registrar and are now listed for sale at domainnamesales.com
The domain names resolve and the go to a domainnamesales.com page.
According to DomainTools.com, there are now 4,973 domain names associated with the registrant COURT APPOINTED RECEIVER, ROBERT OLEA.
I have send emails out to Verisign, Bob Olea and Mr. Steele who is a partner is a law firm as well as a teacher at a law school who I was instructed to contact at the bottom of the email I received.
I haven’t received any response back so far from anyone
NOTICE TO CONSUMER
This website was one of over 6700 sites used for the promotion and sale of counterfeit goods. <snip - several luxury goods brands>, obtained a court order to seize the domain name associated with this website to protect its consumers from unknowingly purchasing counterfeit product bearing the following trademarks:
<snip - list of luxury goods brands>
The only way to ensure you are not purchasing one or more of the above counterfeit products is to buy from an authorised retailer. A list of authorised retailers can be found on the official websites at
<snip - list of luxury goods brands' official websites>
To those consumers who may knowingly consider the purchase of counterfeit items, we urge you to recognise that by purchasing counterfeit product you support criminal activity and are providing your financial details to entities who may misuse them.
NOTICE TO DEFENDANT
The defendants operating this website have been charged with violations relating to trademark infringement and counterfeiting.
A copy of the Complaint and court order may be obtained from Plaintiff's attorney, <snip>.