18, 2006) (holding that the complainant must first make a prima facie case that the respondent lacks rights and legitimate interests in the disputed Domain Name under UDRP ¶ 4(a)(ii) before the burden shifts to the respondent to show that it does have rights or legitimate interests in a Domain Name); see also AOL LLC v.
25, 2006) (“Complainant must first make a prima facie showing that Respondent does not have rights or legitimate interest in the subject Domain Names, which burden is light.
This figure has some importance since it belongs to a period where dating online or talking about it was considered a little unorthodox or futuristic.In 2012, this platform merged with and now shares almost the same features and membership database of nearly 4 million members from the UK.The user interface is clear, uncluttered and intuitive with some nice features to help make your partner search fun and enjoyable.Search is pretty straightforward with a basic search option and an advanced option. Respondent’s claim, however, is not supported by any Affidavit or other documentation. 11, 2003) (“Respondent registered a Domain Name confusingly similar to Complainant's mark to divert Internet users to a competitor's website.
7, 2000) (finding that the respondent’s “vague and unsupported assertion of ‘plans to sell household goods, supplies and appliances over the Internet’” was insufficient to be considered proof of a legitimate business plan)Open Sys. Complainant does not dispute either contention or submit contrary evidence. The Panel finds Respondent’s actions are an attempt to profit by creating confusion in the minds of Internet consumers as to Complainant’s affiliation with the disputed Domain Name and resolving website., FA 208629 (Nat. The members belong to the age group of 18 to 65 years old and gender distribution is nearly perfect with 52% females and 48% males.The large majority of members are looking for a relationship for the long-term and it takes only 90 seconds to complete the profile with selective questions.Write a little “about me” piece, and upload your photo and you are good to go.You can even perform a full search, view members photos, and their descriptions before upgrading to a full membership. 11, 2000) (finding that the respondent did not establish rights and legitimate interests in the Domain Name where the respondent mentioned that it had a business plan for the website at the time of registration but did not furnish any evidence in support of this claim)Respondent’s only response to Complainant’s Complaint is that he has never demanded money from anyone for his Domain Name and that he registered intending to establish an Asian dating/friendship service and still intends to do so. Forum July 18, 2000) (finding the respondent acted in bad faith by attracting Internet users to a website that competes with the complainant’s business). 22, 2003) (“Registration and use of a Domain Name that incorporates another's mark with the intent to deceive Internet users in regard to the source or affiliation of the Domain Name is evidence of bad faith.”)Therefore, it is likely that Internet users seeking Complainant’s website, but who end up at Respondent’s website, will be confused as to the source, sponsorship, affiliation or endorsement of Respondent’s website.”).