F1SHS really wanted the domain name dmr-france.fr , but unfortunately someone else registered it before him. F1SHS went for dmr-france.org but he really wanted the .fr !.. So here is the method he used to attempt to gain ownership of the domain wants so much:
Step 1: register a trademark with INPI (french equivalent to Patent & Trademark Office) matching the domain name he wants to steal.
Step 2: send a cease and desist letter to the current domain owner, threatening of legal actions for the use of a protected trademark.
Step 3: ask to settle for a transfer of domain ownership:
(original e-mail here)
From : DR@F President <email@example.com>
Date : 17 december 2015 at 19:39
Subject : domain name dmr-france
To : <current domain owner>
Cc : firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com>
We have noticed you changed the content of your website to stop using our brand dmr france.
If you did this in an effort to settle this dispute, this would be a good initial step. To finalize this matter, I suggest you transfer without delay the domains dmr-france.fr and dmr-france.net to us.
You just need to login to your registrar’s portal and request a change of ownership.
Link to ownership change on the OVH registrar for a .net domain
Link to ownership change on the OVH registrar for a .fr domain
Association DR@F – Digital Radioamateur France
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Web: http://draf.asso.fr – http://dmr-france.org
Délégation du réseau DMR-MARC (208 – France)
Contact : firstname.lastname@example.org
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