Well, it seems LayeredTechnologies has something to hide. They just threading to potentially sue me today for apparently owning LayeredTechSucks.com yet they have not even subpoenaed DomainsByProxy.com for the actual owner. Quite interesting.... Are they just great guessers? Well, I don't even own the domain. Sad. Please read << the attached >> for more information. This is sad that a company has to go so far to hide how bad they are (see my previous posts). This is beyond me and I cannot even believe they would do this. After speaking to the lawyer, they are reasonably talking to me to address and settle this without going to court.
* Admins, move this if you see it fit to be in the Dedicated Forum Instead *
Last edited by writespeak; 12-27-2006 at 04:23 PM.
Most likely they simply mis-understood as the domain does in-fact point to your DNS (NS1/NS2/NS3.glexia.com).
If you in-fact not register the domain name as you stated, I would dispute the letter by contacting the number they have listed. Explain your case, and some how provide them proof that you, personally did not register the domain name. What my question is: Why is it hosted on your server? Is it a client's website?
Legally, if you did register the domain name (I'm not saying to did - just stating a fact) they have all rights to sue you for Copyright Infringement and use of Trade Marked Materials without their approval. The document linked itself does not say they are suing you, it clearly states that they "foregoing consideration..." of legal action. This doesn't mean they have already scheduled a hearing on your behalf.
As I said, my advice would be to dispute and state your case that you did not register the domain name and provide them with any type of proof on your behalf (if possible).
And I know everyone doesn’t have bad experiences, but if what I am saying wasn't true why would they trying to be cover it up with threading this domain.
I have a completely neutral perspective in this (in that I'm not a customer of LT, nor have I ever been), but it really does seem like you're out to get them. I've never paid much attention to sites *sucks.*, since anyone registering something like that has no idea how to properly deal with problems. If you don't own the domain, then let them sue you for it, as deltrumweb said.
Anyway, that's my opinion. Stop escalating this issue - just drop it or file a lawsuit against them for whatever it was they did to you. You're beating a dead horse.