Márcio Mello Chaves, Labeled a REVERSE DOMAIN NAME HIJACKER in Saveme.com Case!!

Morning Folks!!


Welcome to SaveMe.com readers who are now coming to THIS blog post.


Bem-vindo aos leitores SaveMe.com que agora estão chegando a este blog.


Márcio Mello Chaves, aka Chaves aka Márcio Marcio Chaves foi considerado culpado de nome de domínio Apropriação indébita e má-fé por um painel de pessoa unânime 3 da Organização Mundial da Propriedade Intelectual (OMPI) em Genebra,


Tradução em português abaixo


I wrote this on May 2nd and have hoped I would be able to publish it in this form. I have to have 3 versions of this ready for when the decision comes down but I never was able to physically write the other 2. It would make me ill to even start. If you are reading THIS VERSION, we have reason to celebrate my friends as Marcio Mello Chaves, aka Marcio Chaves of buscape.com.br and saveme.com.br and brother Heitor have been labeled as REVERSE DOMAIN NAME HIJACKERS (RDNH)!! An attempted THEFT by an abuse of the system! Acted in 'Bad Faith.' GUILTY! If they did this in the real world, they would likely stand trial on criminal charges. That won't happen but most of us will agree that what they did was criminal whether acknowledged by the law at this time or not.


Márcio Mello Chaves, aka Márcio Chaves aka Marcio Chaves has been found GUILTY of REVERSE DOMAIN NAME HIJACKING and BAD FAITH by a unanimous 3 person panel of the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) in Geneva as he represented his brother Heitor Chaves and is now the OFFICIAL POSTER BOYS for Domain Hijacking and this type of attempted domain theft!! I do mean this literally. I will be having posters and banners made up with their images and ignite a worldwide campaign starting at T.R.A.F.F.I.C. Anyone looking these CLOWNS up will find out just what he and his brother Heitor attempted to do and got SPANKED! GUILTY! NEXT!!!!!


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MARCIO CHAVES BROTHER HEITOR CHAVES OF BUSCAPE.COM.BR FOUND GUILTY OF REVERSE DOMAIN NAME HIJACKING. THEY WILL WEAR THESE LABELS FOR THE REST OF THEIR LIVES.


Feel free to display and distribute and point to this case when you are getting bullied. Don't take this SHIT from anybody EVER AGAIN! Big or small.


I believe not only is this a big win, but it is as clear and decisive a case of RDNH that has ever been decided. WE get to point to this episode for years to come as we have to deal with more and more predators trying to HIJACK our assets. This will not be the last we hear of this particular SaveMe.com case. This is a building block that will be used by me to protect other domains by creating case law.


I hope this case is used in other defenses and becomes a turning point in how folks approach this type situation. These folks are FRAUDS that tried a scheme that bent the spirit of the UDRP and it backfired on them in the short run and the long run. They have poisoned the well of negotiations and like they say in the old west, 'their money ain't no good around these parts.'


I think folks are beginning to understand that these decisons can affect the entire future of people and the days of terrible decisions will be less and less from this point on. I beleive there will be consequences for those that over reach on all sides. There is some definition that is now becoming visible. There will always be bad decisions, but there will be less of them and many will now go to Federal Court where standards are quite different and all eyes are watching.


You can consider this post and the one to come as 'spiking' the football in the end zone. I don't need to throw an elbow, I just need to shed light on this practice and use these CLOWNS as the vehicle to do it. HIJACKERS! So finds this world panel. Thieves in the social sense that got caught red handed for all their CUSTOMERS to see. In ink forever! NEVER to be trusted again!! That is their sentence! The Internet is about 'Character' and Reputation' and in this medium, they have destroyed both for themselves.


Today we celebrate a great victory. Tomorrow we start using the 2 x 4 with nails (metaphorically speaking) by spreading and circulating this story far and wide. I want to congratulate and thank my partner Howard Neu and all the other lawyers in the space that sent emails and offered their support. This was a huge victory and I can't put in words tonight what it really means. I only know what a loss would have meant and that would have been a very dark day for all. Howard's response was masterful, ballsy and we won BIG!


Since I met Howard in 1999 I told him of this case. I did not know which domain it would be, but I knew the case. I have prepared for years. I have written about it for years. It was only a matter of time and so it was. So these guys brought a knife to a nuclear fight and luckily it came late enough in the game in which panels are weighing things more evenly as so much is at stake!


D. Reverse Domain Name Hijacking

'In this case, the Panel is satisfied that the Complainant’s representatives were well aware of the importance of the chronological issue. The Complainant’s representatives are evidently familiar with the UDRP and both the Complaint and Amended Complaint make extensive reference to previous UDRP decisions. Yet the version of the Complaint originally filed simply ignored the issue of registration in bad faith, labelling the third factor as “Bad Faith In the Domain Name Use”. This must have involved deleting the reference to registration in bad faith from WIPO’s complaint template. After the Centre drew attention to this deficiency, the Complainant filed the Amended Complaint which belatedly addressed the issue of bad faith registration and, for the first time, invoked Octogen, seemingly as an afterthought.


Furthermore, the Complainant even predicted in the Amended Complaint that the Respondent would make an allegation of RDNH and so the Complainant clearly knew that it was skating on very thin ice.


The Complainant argued that RDNH cannot arise because the Complainant has merely sought cancellation of the disputed domain name, not transfer. The Panel disagrees. First, complainants should not be allowed to file cases known to be fatally flawed without the possibility of a finding of RDNH against them, by simply fine tuning the remedy sought. Second, as mentioned above, RDNH is defined as use of the Policy in bad faith “to attempt to deprive” a registrant of a domain name. If the Panel had ordered cancellation, the disputed domain name would in due course return to the domain pool where it would no doubt be subject to the attentions of the Complainant and others, with only a possibility that the Respondent itself might ultimately re-register it (assuming the Respondent sought to do so). Accordingly, the Complainant’s request for cancellation is no less an attempt to deprive the Respondent of the disputed domain name than a request for transfer would have been.


For the above reasons, the Panel finds that there has been RDNH in this case.


7. Decision


For all the foregoing reasons, the Complaint is denied and the Panel declares that it was brought in bad faith and constitutes an abuse of this proceeding.'


The entire decision can be read here.


As you all know I know ZIP about SEO. I contend it is about relevance.


Do a Google search of my friend and watch what happens in the days ahead as HIJACKER is added to the Prefix of his name just like Dr. would be used. The FIRST thing folks will find out about this CLOWN is that World Intellectual Property Organization labled him a HIJACKER of domain names and all the scrubbing in the world won't make it go away:


http://www.google.com/search?client=safari&rls=en&q=Márcio+Mello+Chaves&ie=UTF-8&oe=UTF-8


As promised on the day this all started:


'Márcio Mello Chaves, Heitor Chaves and SaveMe.com.br.....You are going to be the poster boys that ends up protecting every dot com domain holder in the world from predators and lowlifes like you. SCUM! Márcio Mello Chaves, you and your brother just peed on the HIGH VOLTAGE ELECTRIC FENCE! Me. But you and that third rate company you represent can't afford MY domain name. Dotcom is KING! I have owned SaveMe.com for 16 YEARS and you will not STEAL it from me or anyone. You and SaveMe.com.br are just being exposed as the predators you are. Maybe those tactics work for you sometimes, not here. Not ever again. Let's see what your own customers have to say when this goes viral. You opened this can of worms. DEAL WITH IT! Here is his Linkedin Page so if you get an email from him, run!'


And how does his Law Firm, Almeida Advogados, Brazil, continue to employ him after this? Shouldn't there at least be some admission of wrong doing?? An apology? An offer to pay my expenses? I won't hold my breath but we will see if they actually condone and encourage REVERSE DOMAIN NAME HIJACKING by their actions. Courage or Coward? Almeida Advogados, Brazil you too have responsibilty and you too will pay dearly if you remain silent. Speak out now or NEVER!


Lastly, I want to thank the panel for a well thought out decision and for not being hoodwinked by the antics of the Chaves Brothers. It took time, courage and a willingness to look at the facts to make that comprehensive decision!


In this area I will be linking to other cases of Reverse Domain Name Hijacking as WE find them:


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Case #1 is our Friend Scott Day of Digimedia who won a $100k+ judgment against GOFORIT ENTERTAINMENT, LLC who IS a REVERSE DOMAIN NAME HIJACKER.


Case #2 Rain.com Media Rain LLC engaged in Reverse Domain Hijacking


Case #3 CinemaCity.com The Complainant is Prime Pictures LLC of Dubai, United Arab Emirates (“UAE”), represented by Law offices of Vince Ravine, PC, United States of America (“USA”). Reverse Domain Name Hijacker


Case #4 CollectiveMedia.com The Complainant is Collective Media, Inc., New York, United States of America, represented by Lowenstein Sandler PC, United States of America is a Reverse Domain Name Hijacker


Case #5 Elk.com The Complainant is ELK Accesories Pty Ltd. of Preston, Australia represented by Pointon Partners, Australia is a Reverse Domain Name Hijacker


Case #6 ForSale.ca Globe Media International Corporation is a Reverse Domain Name Hijacker


Case #7 Mess.com Kiwi Shoe Polish Company, The Complainant is Mess Enterprises, San Francisco, California, of United States of America, represented by Steve Clinton, United States of America is a Reverse Domain Name Hijacker


Case #8 Goldline.com The Complainant is Goldline International, Inc., represented by Spataro & Associates is a Reverse Domain Name Hijacker


Case #9 K2R.com The complainant is a Swiss company, K2r Produkte AG of Haggenstrasse 45, CH 9014 St. Gallen, Switzerland is a Reverse Domain Name Hijacker


Case #10 CarSales.com The Complainant is carsales.com.au Limited of Burwood, Victoria, Australia represented by Corrs Chambers, Westgarth, Australia is a Reverse Domain Name Hijacker


Case #11 Proto.com The Complainant is Proto Software, Inc., New York, New York, United States of America, represented by Byron Binkley, United States of America is a Reverse Domain Name Hijacker


Case #12 TrailBlazer.com Trailblazer Learning, Inc. represented by Brett W, Caledonia, Michigan is a Reverse Domain Name Hijacker


Case #13 DreamGirls.com The Complainant is Dreamgirls, Inc., Tampa, Florida, United States of America, represented by Christensen, Miller, Fink, Jacobs, Glaser, Weil & Shapiro, LLP, Los Angeles, California, United States of America and have been labeled a 'Reverse Domain Name Hijacker'.


Case #14 Mexico.com The Complainant is Consejo de Promoción Turística de México, S.A. de C.V., Colonia Anzures, Mexico, represented by Bello, Guzmán, Morales Y Tsuru, S.C., Mexico is a Reverse Domain Name Hijacker


Case #15 Windsor.com Complainant in this administrative proceeding is Windsor Fashions, Inc., a California corporation with a principal place of business in Los Angeles, California, United States of America. Complainant is represented in this proceeding by Abraham M. Rudy, Esq. and Julie Waldman, Esq., Weisman, Wolff, Bergman, Coleman, Grodin & Evall LLP, Beverly Hills, California, United States of America. They have been labeled a 'Reverse Domain Name Hijacker'.


Case #16 Mindo.com Complainants are Scandinavian Leadership AB and Mindo AB of Uppsala, Sweden, internally represented. They have been labeled a 'Reverse Domain Name Hijacker'.


Case # 17 and Sha.com he Complainant is Albir Hills Resort, S.A. of Alfaz del Pi Alicante, Spain, represented by PADIMA, Abogados y Agentes de Propiedad Industrial, S.L., Spain. They have been labeled a 'Reverse Domain Name Hijacker'.


Case # 18 etatil.com The Complainants are ÖZALTUN OTELCİLİK TURİZM VE TİCARET LTD. ŞTİ. of Istanbul, Turkey, Allstar Hotels LLC of New York, Unites States of America and Mr. Metin ALTUN of Istanbul, Turkey, represented by Istanbul Patent & Trademark Consultancy Ltd., Turkey. They have been labeled a 'Reverse Domain Name Hijacker'.


Case # 19 Takeout.com. Complainant is Tarheel Take-Out, LLC of Chapel Hill, North Carolina, United States of America (“U.S.”), represented internally. They have been labeled a 'Reverse Domain Name Hijacker'.


Case # 20 WallStreet.com The Complainant is Wall-Street.com, LLC of Florida, United States of America (the “United States” or “US”), represented by Flint IP Law, United States. They have been labeled a 'Reverse Domain Name Hijacker'.


Case # 21 parvi.org found for the complainant in 2009 but in 2012 the courts rules that the City of Paris, France was guilty of 'Reverse Domain Name Hijacking' in a landmark case that resulted in a $125,000 judgement against the city.


Case #22 gtms.com The Complainant is Sustainable Forestry Management Limited, a company incorporated under the laws of Bermuda, with its principal place of business in London, United Kingdom. The Complainant is represented by its general counsel, Mr. Eric Bettelheim. They have been labeled a 'Reverse Domain Name Hijacker'.


All of these companies will be 'Recognized' at T.R.A.F.F.I.C. They are going to rue the day they decided to engage in hijacking. 1000x worse than being called a cybersquatter. The tables have been turned. Deal with it!


Buscape.com.br SaveMe.com.br (2012-2013) Poster Company for RDNH) represented by Marcio Chaves of Almeida Advogados, Brazil


Congrats Guys! You have all been tagged as HIJACKERS!! You will never rid yourselves of this title and it will follow these companies, people around for a very long time. This is the beginning of the end for this disgusting practice you PRICKS. Explin to your associates, clients, family memebers and neighbors. Blame YOURSELVES not ME!


And let's not forget the Goofoff.com case and these CLOWNS! and what they tied to pull.


Here are all related posts I have made on these DOMAIN NAME HIJACKERS. The first step in the next phase is to assemble EVERY case of RDNH and list them HERE!!


Post #1


Post #2


Post #3


Post #4


Post #5


Post #6


The reason this was such an important landmark win is because of the clarity of the facts. Had this decision gone the other way, we all know the very foundation of legitimate rights to domain names would have been threatened. The domain aftermarket would have been under a cloud. The entire capitalistic basis and foundation that every single domain owner has would have been in jeopardy and ripe for the predators. Now they have been warned of what will happen when you engage in this activity. It will have consequences you, your family, your colleagues will have to explain and deal with forever.


Have a GREAT Day!

Rick Schwartz


Translation:


Márcio Mello Chaves, Rotulado um seqüestrador NOME DE DOMÍNIO REVERSE no processo Saveme.com!




Gente da manhã!


Bem-vindo aos leitores SaveMe.com que agora estão chegando a este blog.


Eu escrevi isso em 02 de maio e já esperava que eu seria capaz de publicá-lo neste formulário. Eu tenho que ter 3 versões deste pronto para quando a decisão vem para baixo, mas eu nunca fui capaz de escrever fisicamente os outros 2. Isso poderia me fazer mal antes mesmo de começar. Se você estiver lendo esta versão, temos motivos para comemorar os meus amigos como Márcio Mello Chaves , Marcio aka Chaves de buscape.com.br e saveme.com.br e Heitor irmão ter sido rotulado como Seqüestradores de domínio reverso Nome (RDNH)! Uma tentativa de roubo por um abuso do sistema! Atuou em 'má-fé.'CULPADO! Se eles fizeram isso no mundo real, eles iriam provavelmente enfrentar um julgamento por acusações criminais. Isso não vai acontecer, mas a maioria de nós concordará que o que eles fizeram foi criminoso se reconhecido pela lei, neste momento ou não.


Márcio Mello Chaves, aka Chaves aka Márcio Marcio Chaves foi considerado culpado de nome de domínio Apropriação indébita e má-fé por um painel de pessoa unânime 3 da Organização Mundial da Propriedade Intelectual (OMPI) em Genebra, ele representou seu irmão Heitor Chaves e é agora o BOYS cartaz oficial para seqüestro de domínio e este tipo de roubo de domínio tentativa! Eu quero dizer isso literalmente. Eu vou estar tendo cartazes e faixas feitas com suas imagens e acender uma campanha mundial a partir de Qualquer TRAFFIC procurando esses palhaços se vai descobrir exatamente o que ele e seu irmão Heitor tentou fazer e ficou Spanked! CULPADO! PRÓXIMO!!


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MARCIO CHAVES DE IRMÃO HEITOR CHAVES BUSCAPE.COM.BR considerado culpado de NOME DE DOMÍNIO Apropriação indébita. ELES Vista estes rótulos para o resto de suas vidas.




Sinta-se livre para exibir e distribuir e apontar para este caso quando você está sendo intimidado. Não tome essa merda de ninguém nunca mais! Grande ou pequeno.


Acredito que não só isto é uma grande vitória, mas é tão clara e decisiva de um caso de RDNH que já foi decidido. Nós começamos a apontar para este episódio para os próximos anos temos como lidar com predadores mais e mais tentar seqüestrar nossos ativos. Esta não será a última vez que ouvimos deste caso SaveMe.com particular. Este é um bloco de construção que será usada pelo me para proteger outros domínios, criando jurisprudência.


Espero que este caso é usado em outras defesas e se torna um ponto de viragem na forma como os povos abordar este tipo de situação. Essas pessoas são fraudes que tentaram um esquema que dobrado o espírito da UDRP e saiu pela culatra-los no curto e no longo prazo.Eles envenenaram o poço de negociações e, como se diz no velho oeste, 'o dinheiro não é bom por estas bandas.'


Eu acho que as pessoas estão começando a entender que estas decisons pode afetar todo o futuro das pessoas e os dias de decisões terríveis será cada vez menos a partir deste ponto.Eu acredito que haverá consequências para aqueles que ao longo alcance em todos os lados.Existe alguma definição que está agora a tornar-se visível. Sempre haverá decisões erradas, mas haverá menos delas e muitos agora vão para Tribunal Federal onde os padrões são bastante diferentes e todos os olhos estão vendo.


Você pode considerar este post e o único a vir como 'picos' de futebol na zona final. Eu não preciso jogar um cotovelo, eu só preciso lançar luz sobre essa prática e usar esses palhaços como o veículo para fazê-lo. Seqüestradores! Assim, encontra este painel mundo. Ladrões no sentido social que foi pego em flagrante para todos os seus clientes para ver. Em tinta para sempre! NUNCA se deve confiar de novo! Essa é a sua frase! A Internet é sobre 'Character' e Reputação 'e neste meio, eles destruíram tanto para si mesmos.


Hoje nós celebramos uma grande vitória. Amanhã vamos começar a usar o x 2 4 com pregos (metaforicamente falando) pela divulgação e circulação dessa história longe. Quero parabenizar e agradecer a meu parceiro Howard Neu e todos os outros advogados no espaço que enviaram e-mails e ofereceu seu apoio. Esta foi uma vitória enorme e eu não consigo colocar em palavras esta noite o que realmente significa. Eu só sei o que é uma perda teria significado e que teria sido um dia muito sombrio para todos. resposta de Howard foi magistral, corajoso e ganhamos BIG!


Desde que eu conheci Howard, em 1999, eu disse a ele deste caso. Eu não sabia qual o domínio seria, mas eu sabia do caso. Eu preparei por muitos anos. Já escrevi sobre isso há anos. Era só uma questão de tempo e assim foi. Então, esses caras trouxe uma faca para uma briga nuclear e felizmente ele chegou tarde o suficiente no jogo em que os painéis estão pesando as coisas de forma mais uniforme como muito está em jogo!


D. Domain Name Apropriação indébita

'Neste caso, o Painel está convencido de que representantes do queixoso estavam bem conscientes da importância da questão cronológica. Representantes do queixoso são, evidentemente, familiarizado com o UDRP e tanto a denúncia como Alterado Reclamação fazer referência extensiva às decisões UDRP anteriores. No entanto, o versão da Reclamação depositado originalmente simplesmente ignoraram a questão do registo de má-fé, marcando o terceiro fator como 'má-fé no uso de nomes de domínio'. Este deve ter envolvido a supressão da referência ao registo de má-fé a partir do modelo da OMPI queixa. Após o Centro chamou a atenção para essa deficiência, o Reclamante apresentou uma queixa alterada tardiamente que abordou a questão do registo de má fé e, pela primeira vez, invocou Octogen, aparentemente como uma reflexão tardia.


Além disso, o Reclamante, mesmo previsto na Reclamação Alterado que o Reclamado faria uma alegação de RDNH e assim o Reclamante claramente sabia que estava patinando no gelo muito fino.


O queixoso alegou que RDNH não pode surgir porque o Reclamante não tem cancelamento só procurou o nome de domínio disputado, não de transferência. O Painel discorda. Primeiro, os reclamantes não devem ser autorizados a apresentar casos conhecidos de ser fatalmente falho sem a possibilidade de um achado de RDNH contra eles, por meio do ajuste fino simplesmente o remédio procurado. Em segundo lugar, como mencionado acima, RDNH é definida como o uso da política de má-fé 'para tentar privar' O titular do nome de domínio.Se o Painel tinha ordenado o cancelamento, o nome de domínio disputado faria em troca devido ao pool de domínio onde ele iria, sem dúvida, sujeitas às atenções do Reclamante e outros, com apenas uma possibilidade que o Reclamado se pode finalmente voltar a registrá-lo (assumindo que o Reclamado procurou fazê-lo). Assim, o pedido do Reclamante para o cancelamento não é menos uma tentativa de privar o Reclamado do nome de domínio disputado do que um pedido de transferência teria sido.


Pelas razões acima expostas, o Painel concluir que houve RDNH neste caso.


7. Decisão


Por todas as razões expostas, a Reclamação é negado eo Painel declara que ele foi trazido de má-fé e constitui um abuso do presente processo. '


A decisão inteiro pode ser lido aqui.


Como todos sabem eu sei ZIP sobre SEO. Eu afirmo que é sobre a relevância.


Faça uma busca no Google do meu amigo e veja o que acontece nos próximos dias como Hijacker é adicionado ao prefixo de seu nome apenas como Dr. seriam utilizados. A PRIMEIRA coisa gente vai descobrir mais sobre este palhaço é que Organização Mundial da Propriedade Intelectual rotulado ele um seqüestrador de nomes de domínio e toda a lavagem do mundo não vai fazer isso ir embora:


http://www.google.com/search?client=safari&rls=en&q=Márcio+Mello+Chaves&ie=UTF-8&oe=UTF-8


Como prometido no dia tudo isso começou:


'Márcio Mello Chaves, Heitor Chaves e SaveMe.com.br ..... Vocês vão ser os garotos-propaganda que acaba protegendo cada ponto titular do domínio com no mundo dos predadores e delinquentes como você. SCUM! Márcio Mello Chaves , você e seu irmão só fez xixi em cima do muro de alta tensão! mim. Mas você e que a empresa de terceira categoria que representam não podem pagar meu nome de domínio. Dotcom é REI! eu possuí SaveMe.com há 16 anos e você não vai roubá-la de mim nem de ninguém. Você e SaveMe.com.br estão apenas sendo exposto como os predadores que são. Talvez essas táticas trabalhar para você às vezes não, aqui. Nem nunca mais. Vamos ver o que seus próprios clientes têm a dizer quando isso vai viral. Você abriu esta lata de vermes. negócio com ele! Aqui é a sua página Linkedin por isso, se você receber um e-mail dele, corra! '


E como é que seu escritório de advocacia, Almeida Advogados, Brazil, continuar a empregá-lo depois disso? Não deveria ser pelo menos alguns admissão de fazer errado? Um pedido de desculpas? Uma oferta para pagar minhas despesas? Eu não vou segurar minha respiração, mas vamos ver se eles realmente perdoar e incentivar NOME DE DOMÍNIO Apropriação indébita por suas ações. Coragem ou covarde? Almeida Advogados, Brazil você também tem responsibilty e você também vai pagar caro se você permanecer em silêncio. Fale agora ou nunca!


Por último, quero agradecer o painel para uma decisão bem pensada e para não ser enganado pelas palhaçadas dos Irmãos Chaves. Foi preciso coragem, tempo e disposição para olhar para os fatos para tomar essa decisão abrangente!


Nesta área eu vou estar ligando para outros casos de Nome de Domínio Apropriação indébita de como vamos encontrá-los:


Caso # 1 é o nosso amigo Scott Dia da Digimedia que ganhou um R $ 100 + julgamento contra GOFORIT Entertainment, LLC, que é um Hijacker NOME REVERSE DOMAIN.


Caso # 2 Rain.com Chuva Media LLC envolvidos no Domínio Apropriação indébita


Caso # 3 CinemaCity.com Prime Pictures um Hijacker Nome de Domínio Reverso


Caso # 4 CollectiveMedia.com Coletivo Media Inc. é um Hijacker Nome de Domínio Reverso


Caso # 5 Elk.com ELK Acessórios Pty Ltd. de Preston, Austrália é um Hijacker Nome de Domínio Reverso


Caso # 6 ForSale.ca Globo Media International Corporation é uma Hijacker Nome de Domínio Reverso


Caso # 7 Kiwi Mess.com sapatos Empresa polaca é um Hijacker Nome de Domínio Reverso


Caso # 8 Goldline.com Goldline International, Inc é um Hijacker Nome de Domínio Reverso


Caso # 9 K2R.com K2R (removedor de manchas) é um Hijacker Nome de Domínio Reverso


Caso # 10 CarSales.com Limitada carsales.com.au de Burwood, Victoria, Austrália é um Hijacker Nome de Domínio Reverso


Caso # 11 Proto.com Proto Software, Inc., New York, New York, Estados Unidos da América, representada por Byron Binkley é um Hijacker Nome de Domínio Reverso


Caso # 12 TrailBlazer.com Trailblazer Learning, Inc. representado por Brett K, Caledonia, Michigan é um Hijacker Nome de Domínio Reverso


Caso # 13 DreamGirls.com Dreamgirls, Inc., Tampa, Florida, representada por Christensen, Miller, Fink, Jacobs, Glaser, Weil & Shapiro, LLP, de Los Angeles


Caso # 14 Mexico.com Consejo de Promoción Turística de México, SA representada por Bello, Guzmán, Morales Y Tsuru é um Hijacker Nome de Domínio Reverso


Caso # 15 Windsor.com Windsor Fashions, Inc., Los Angeles, Califórnia, representada por Abraham M. Rudy, esq. e Julie Waldman, esq., Weisman, Wolff, Bergman, Coleman, Grodin & Evall LLP, Beverly Hills,


Todas essas empresas será 'reconhecido' no tráfego que vão lamentar o dia em que decidiu se engajar em seqüestro. 1000x pior do que ser chamado de cybersquatter. As tabelas foram transformadas. Lidar com isso!


Buscape.com.br SaveMe.com.br (2012-2013) da Empresa Cartaz para RDNH) representado por Marcio Chaves de Almeida Advogados, Brazil


Rapazes Congrats! Você têm sido marcados como Hijackers! Você nunca irá livrar-se deste título e ele seguirá essas empresas, pessoas ao redor por um tempo muito longo. Este é o começo do fim para esta prática repugnante você aguilhões. Explin aos seus associados, clientes, memebers familiares e vizinhos. A culpa não vos ME!


E não vamos esquecer o caso Goofoff.com e estes palhaços! e que eles amarraram a puxar.


Aqui estão todos os posts relacionados que eu fiz sobre esses seqüestradores Nomes de Domínio. O primeiro passo para a próxima fase é reunir todos os casos de RDNH e listá-los aqui!


Mensagem # 1


Mensagem # 2


Mensagem # 3


Mensagem # 4


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A razão que esta foi uma vitória como marco importante é por causa da clareza dos fatos. Se esta decisão foi o contrário, todos nós sabemos o fundamento dos direitos legítimos de nomes de domínio teria sido ameaçada. O pós-venda de domínio teria sido sob uma nuvem.Toda a base capitalista e fundação que cada proprietário tem domínio único teria sido em perigo e maduro para os predadores. Agora eles foram avisados ​​do que vai acontecer quando você se envolver nessa atividade. Terá conseqüências você, sua família, seus colegas terão de explicar e lidar com sempre.


Tenha um GRANDE dia!

Rick Schwartz

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91 thoughts on “Márcio Mello Chaves, Labeled a REVERSE DOMAIN NAME HIJACKER in Saveme.com Case!!

  1. UDRPtalk

    Congratulations Rick!
    Are you considering to file a Federal Lawsuit to recover damages from them? Or are you going to just leave it at this?

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  2. I'll give you $100 for that domain!!!

    That’s great, Rick!!! Thanks for standing up.
    I’m planning on doing my part too…..I’m just waiting on that next UDRP lottery ticket to hit me.
    Unless I’m missing something, the courts don’t recognize the UDRP system or the panel decisions, so these have to be decided in Federal court to help create some case law. It does create a great UDRP case to reference for future defense.

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  3. Josh

    Yet the version of the Complaint originally filed simply ignored the issue of registration in bad faith, labelling the third factor as “Bad Faith In the Domain Name Use”. This must have involved deleting the reference to registration in bad faith from WIPO’s complaint template.
    Changed the WIPO template and hoped no one would notice? Really? Hahah. Dishonest and just not very bright. If Márcio Mello Chaves will try to steal a domain name and attempt to make hidden alterations to legal documents, do you want to business with him? That’s the question all prospective clients need to ask when they Google his name: Márcio Mello Chaves

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  4. Rick Schwartz

    This was a comment posted just yesterday at the original Post about this subject and I think it should be here as well:
    Luiz Pacheco said…
    Hello, I’m from Brazil and I was trying to reach saveme.com.br and accidently I ended up here. At first I didn’t understand what was going on but after reading your text i realized the”problem”.
    Also, let me thank you for letting me know that saveme and buscape are from the same owner. Buscape is well know for illegal practices in Brazil like fraud, smuggling, conspiracy among other things and its owner Marcio Mello Chaves is also known for the same acts. Since the beggining Buscape has been prejudced consumers all over the country by offering products and services from malicious websites and yet gainning a lot of profits on these fraudlent issues.
    Both of the main pro-consumer sites in Brazil (Reclame Aqui and Confiômetro) rate Buscape as NOT TRUSTWORTH. A quick research on google let me prove about above afirmations.
    http://www.reclameaqui.com.br/indices/9742/bondfaro-buscape/
    http://www.e-commercebrasil.org/negocios/buscape-nao-se-entende-com-reclame-aqui/
    http://www.confiometro.com.br/buscape/reclamacao
    http://srclicker.wordpress.com/2007/09/09/fraude-no-buscape-sites-roubam-pequenos-empresarios/
    I am one of the prejudice consumers losing about US$1,8k in 2010 when trying to buy a computer from a e-commerce site that Buscape had a partnership. Never got my money back.
    I will stop using Saveme from now on. And wish you good luck against those bastards.
    ps: Márcio Mello Chaves deleted his profile from facebook LOL coward prick.

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  5. Rob

    Congrats on the win, the decision makes sense and glad that sanity prevailed.

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  6. Nic

    I have never left a comment here before, but I need to know; congratulations, this is a terrific achievement.

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  7. Kevin M

    A big congrats to you Rick, and kudos to Howard. Glad it turned out as it should of, with a ‘big loser’ exposed to boot, just too bad you had to defend it in the first place!

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  8. Brad Mugford

    Congrats on the win Rick. The right decision was obviously made.
    It is too bad a RDNH finding doesn’t come with any penalties.
    It would really set a precedent if the person found guilty of RDNH was sued in court to recover actual and punitive damages.
    Brad

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  9. Rick Schwartz

    Brad, thanks
    Picking me is going to be plenty of penalty for them
    This is the beginning not the end of my campaign!
    I promised I was going to make them famous, now I am going to make them infamous

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  10. theo

    “the Complainant even predicted in the Amended Complaint that the Respondent would make an allegation of RDNH and so the Complainant clearly knew that it was skating on very thin ice.”
    Gotta love that one ;)

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  11. Francois

    Congrats Rick and Howard, and shame on these two assholes.
    You should use your domain hijackers.com to create a site to expose domain hijackers.

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  12. Never let the same dog bite you twice

    I’m very happy Rick WON :)
    Rick is a real man and has changed
    my life from his advice over the years.
    This will be a BIG WARNING to other
    people who try to steal domains from
    other people!!
    POSTER BOY 100% going to be famous

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  13. Dave Zan

    Just read the decision. To be expected, and congrats still.
    Kudos also to the panelists who saw through this reasonably. Note that nobody made any dissension on anything whatsoever.

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  14. Tommy Butler

    Congrats Rick on winning it. Congrats Howard doing great job. happy it turned out well for you. this abouse of the system must change. lets hope this start of it.

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  15. Ian

    I believe that he is a member of a law society? Well, a very strong complaint showing this abuse and unprofessional conduct etc should be sent to his society.
    Most law societies will take a very dim view of abusing the legal process for self enrichment.

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  16. Paul J Kapschock

    Congrats to Rick and his legal team…well done!
    You have helped me and all fellow domainers with your leadership.
    “This is the beginning not the end of my campaign!”
    Go get them King.

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  17. Guy

    Rick, this is brilliant! I am laughing but actually also very proud of you and Howard, seriously.
    You did what you had to do, it was obvious what the panel had to decide but in the past they have made horrific decisions, by 1 and 3 person panels. I mean so bad they have beggared belief.
    They got it right this time and reverse hijacking was absolutely correct too.
    I am LOVING the fact you are posting their images and labelling them as to what they are. Gotta love freedom of speech. let’s hope this episode means the police and other law enforcement take a closer look at these clowns.
    well done again Howard and Rick, brilliant!

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  18. Guy

    From your loyal ‘domain subjects’ , i would just like to say ‘God Save The King’!
    The Domain King!

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  19. Sem

    Good for you Rick. You have set a precedent here and all people with domain scammers nibbling at their heels thank you.

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  20. RaTHeaD

    all hail dorothy… the wicked witch is dead.
    ok maybe not dead yet… but at least she’s startin’ to melt.

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  21. Andrew Rosener

    CONGRATS! This is a HUGE win for all of us. It seems that the rate at which companies are filing frivolous UDRP’s lately is getting out of control and this should stop some of them dead in their tracks.
    Big thumbs up!

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  22. Elliot Silver

    Congratulations to you and Howard on this UDRP victory. Hopefully this decision and the aftermath will dissuade other companies from following a similar path on descriptive domain names.

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  23. ADAM

    If that idiot has website I would check which keywords he is targeting then make sure my info with facts about him appears higher than his. Moreover,the Internet is growing and its importance too so I am sure he will be very regret his dishonesty with every passing year.

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  24. ADAM

    ps bit.. like him always have many excuses why they do something but the truth is only one they are bit…If we punished that guy infamously enough to other similar guy know it that would really help this industry and other would think twice before doing anything similar.

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  25. Acro

    Hallelujah! Finally a WIPO decision that comes served with the full course, not just the appetizers!

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  26. Jeff Schneider

    Hello Rick, All Smiles to you ,
    Congratulations goes out to Rick and Howard, and all top of pyramid Domainers who have had to fight off POACHERS. There may be a reward in the stock market for those checking out a comment I made on or about 6/11/12 about Marchex post that, in retrospect is spot on, that I put out on Michaels THEDOMAINS.com. Again Congratulations Dudes job well done !
    Gratefully, Jeff Schneider (Contact Group) (Metal Tiger)

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  27. Homero A. Gonzalez

    Congratulations to Rick, Howard Neu and kudos to the panelists. This case is a landmark one and all domainers benefit from it. Now and in the future. Thank you Rick and Howard for fighting with passion and laser sharp focus. Reverse domain name hijackers and would be reverse domain name hijackers, Beware!…

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  28. EM @ YA.NET

    That’s great news and excellent move to include this topic at Traffic Conference.
    This is one way to educate companies about the digital assets.
    Cheers to you Rick.
    Regards,
    EM @ YA.NET

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  29. Rick Schwartz

    Money can’t buy this type of satisfaction and letting companies know what they are risking by an attempted theft. In front of the eyes of the world!! How DUMB!

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  30. Ben

    We are very very happy you won…
    You are doing right things… Now they are labelled a REVERSE DOMAIN NAME HIJACKER!!!
    They deserve it!!!

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  31. shane kinsch

    It’s about time guys and organizations like these realize we have legitimate businesses and we don’t back down from frivolousness B.S..

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  32. Joe Ray

    I don’t know why it’s called REVERSE DOMAIN NAME HIJACKING it should just be called domain name hijacking since that’s what it is. I don’t get the reverse part, I get cyber squatting but not RDNH.

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  33. Gazzip

    “Márcio Mello Chaves, Labeled a REVERSE DOMAIN NAME HIJACKER in Saveme.com Case!!”
    Or Cheap ass chancer for short.
    Congrats on kicking Márcio Mello Chaves cheap ass butt!

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  34. Edwin Hayward

    The decision could hardly have been in plainer terms had you been allowed to look over their shoulder and dictate it! Your prediction that this will have positive repercussions for legitimate domain holders going forward WILL play out to be true. Congratulations on a battle well fought, and a victory well deserved!

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  35. Domainer

    For all the foregoing reasons, the Complaint is denied and the Panel declares that it was brought in bad faith
    and constitutes an abuse of this proceeding.
    Whew!
    Justice prevails!
    Congrats, Rick and Howard! A lot was riding on that decision and I’m glad to hear it worked out well. Great job!

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  36. Ron Jackson

    Congratulations Rick to both you and Howard. You are to be commended for standing up and stopping these would be thieves in their tracks.

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  37. Owen

    Congratulations. I had no doubt you’d you’d prevail especially with Howard having your back. eRealestate.com pretty much makes your intention clear. An example of what a great name can express.

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  38. Lula da Silva

    Aristóteles Atheniense Advogados – queima, queima , queima , advogados ladrões !!

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  39. Julia MacKenzie

    Is it really worth worrying about? i get the fact that these chancers tried to get something without paying for it but, come on, lifes too short to draw and quarter them after theyve already been hung.. IMHO once you have the name back, any time you spend post that, outing them and and researching their photos and history etc etc blah blah blah is time completely wasted.

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  40. Rick Schwartz

    Julia, you are very wrong on that one.
    This is what Mike Berkens said on his blog thedomains.com
    “I’ll tell you why this decision means something and is important
    Because had it not been vigorously defended and if the decision went the other way, the domain aftermarket would be irreparably harmed.”
    http://www.thedomains.com/2012/06/16/rick-schwartz-wins-the-udrp-on-saveme-com-get-a-finding-of-reverse-domain-name-hijacking/
    See, I have an empire to protect and that is why I will go on a crusade to expose Reverse Domain Name Hijacking and those that engage in it and ALL entities involved. This is a new day. Much more than blah, blah, blah!

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  41. PTDomainer

    It is time to celebrate, i know. I am very happy to see this precedent being on the right side of the game.
    But, i am still concerned with new domainers that started making their portfolios just a few time back.
    Are they protected for generic words? That is a question that i dont see answered in this case…
    Anyway, Parabéns Rick, Parabéns Howard, and a huge Parabéns to the panelists that in the moment of truth, sticked to the right side.
    Para o Márcio Melo e seus camaradas, só vos tenho a dizer que esta é a verdadeira diferença entre demonstrar paixão pelo que se faz e demonstrar o interesse pelo que os outros conseguem fazer.

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  42. Rick Schwartz

    Marcio,
    Come and tell us what was going through your mind when you set this all in motion?
    Be a man. Have some cojones! If you want to start the process of rehabilitating your reputation you would find some eager ears. Anything else and I can guarantee you will never lose the label. Don’t be angry at me, go smack yourself and your brother silly until you figure it out.

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  43. PTDomainer

    He is mainly talking about the need of people having good behaviours on the internet, because acording to him, people think that there isnt a law to apply on internet crimes.
    Then he advertises their website, which is http://www.dnt.adv.br/ for a better understanding of these internet law subjects.
    Therefore, i dont think you need an exact translation because quite frankly…do you want to waste time listening to a criminal preach?
    I also dont think so…
    Rick, they will never come here. Its a fact, the mouse has abandoned the titanic already.

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  44. Marcelo

    Congratulations, Rick!!!
    I´m from Brazil and I´d like to say that we were rooting for you!

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  45. Altaf

    Congratulations Rick & Howard !!
    I was more than optimistic that you would not STOP until you won.
    You saved the domain industry from the”Gundas”. I did not sleep many nights as Corp. branded me as if I used my parked domains on”Bad Faith”. What a nice ICANN clause!
    Justice done! Justice Prevailed!!

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  46. Luiz Pachec

    Hurray!! Congratulations Rick! I posted here yesterday and was very happy that u pasted my message on this topic again!
    Best wishes and thanks!!!
    The following message is for Márcio Mello Chaves only:
    Você é muito fraco seu cabaço! Não manja nada e sua reputação está arruinada seu imbecil! Estou enviando essa história toda da merda que vc fez com o saveme para todas as mídias para acabar de vez com essa sua enganação e mal que faz para a sociedade. MORRA!

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  47. Bruce Diller

    Rick
    Mazel Tov !
    You can now add”Superman Domainer” to your title of domain king. You stood up and fought for ‘truth justice and the American way’
    Mazel Tov and THANK YOU!!!
    Bruce

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  48. steve

    T.U.R.D. plans on filing 1500 URDP cases against Rick in the coming months. He can’t win them all.

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  49. Andy

    Thank you for cutting the balls off of these idiots. You just maybe an ancestor of mine…thats what they did to thieves…
    Congratulations Rick!
    Andy.

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  50. Max

    Excellent news ! Well done to you. So much for all those loonies who were saying you didn’t have a case ! The pics are nice BTW but they just need a row of number at the bottom to make them really stand out. :-)

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  51. Jeff Schneider

    Hello Rick,
    We cannot help but think that you could sue for damages to your BRAND?
    Also a point we would like to make is you almost never see udrps go after other extensions. Why is this?
    The real value lies in the”Virtual Business Foundation” .COM Channel.
    Apple.com knows this, they know the internets Foundation rests in the .com Channel.
    Gratefully, Jeff Schneider (Contact Group) (Metal Tiger)

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  52. john condon

    I agree with the commenter who said”why is there any Reverse. Its plain hijacking.
    Where does the reverse come in?

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  53. Jeff Schneider

    Hello Rick,
    Visulize this ;
    Google.COM the BIG Daddy”Virtual Business Foundation” in the .COM Channel, in reality this is their BRAND , NOT GOOGLE but GOOGLE.COM.
    Has their site Hi-jacked ! What do you think the value of their .COM BRAND is?
    Rick you know the answer !
    Gratefully, Jeff Schneider (Contact Group) (Metal Tiger)

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  54. Bill W

    Rick.l..congrats on drawing the line for these lowlifes.
    You should url forward saveme.com to this post at RicksBlog.com!

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  55. Jeff Schneider

    Hello Rick,
    The precedence has been set, and seems to us that the UDRP process is getting to favor the Virtual Business Foundation Owners. Great news, but the consequnces that filers suffer are non existent.
    Felons are encouraged to roll the dice so to speak. Gee come to think of it!, the way the Udrp process stands NOW,they are not considered felons ? Somehow this does’nt compute? Seems to us this needs the attention of the Domaining Community and SOON.
    Gratefully, Jeff Schneider (Contact Group) (Metal Tiger)

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  56. Richard

    Brilliant!
    (The PDF of Howard’s response doesn’t open, by the way)
    I’m amazed that you want to be conciliatory. A leopard never changes its spots – they would only be going through the motions. You’re a warrior – this bit of the equation I don’t understand. How would a guest post from them help you? You would then stop making this case widely known, they would go back to their old ways, and someone else would try it on, not necessarily with you, but with other people.
    Confused …

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  57. steve

    I just noticed there is no way to submit domains to TRAFFIC.
    This post brought to you courtesy of T.U.R.D.

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  58. Greg

    Well done. Shame on the idiot.
    I guess Rick must be always in the trouble, as he owns so many gems.

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  59. steve

    I still can’t see why Rick wouldn’t take $100,000 for Saveme.com
    Where is the value in it.
    I get candy.com
    But saveme.com, its about a good price.
    Ricks gone mad I am afraid my domain acquantinces.
    We should see about getting him commited and then re auctioning off his domains.

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  60. Luiz Pacheco

    Hello Rick. It’s me again. Was so glad you pasted my comments on this new topic. I think you could (should?) help specifically the brazilian people to know how this retard Marcio Mello Chaves and his crew make profits over other people’s disgraces.
    Almeida Direito Corporativo (http://www.almeidalaw.com.br) his employeer it says he is speciallized in Internet Crimes despite being member of International Trademark Association (INTA) and Intellectual Property Business Initiative da Globabalaw. OMG Can you imagine if a prick like him was supposed to act to at least do the right things. He is doing exactly the contrary.
    Searching on internet I’ve found his blog http://www.marciosoft.adv.br/. Last post was on Sep 15, 2011. After that date I think he manage to have some”problems” LOL
    I also found these:
    http://www.david-carter.com/marcio-mello-chaves-save-me-save-yourself
    http://domaingang.com/tag/marcio-mello-chaves/
    http://www.makis.tv/domain-news/com-domains/another-attempt-of-reverse-domain-hijacking-landed-on-the-wrong-person-to-deal-with.php
    http://nametalent.com/blog/?tag=marcio-mello-chaves-rdnh
    http://domaingang.com/domain-news/rick-schwartz-awards-domainer-trophy-to-marcio-mello-chaves/
    http://domaingang.com/domain-news/saveme-com-udrp-the-comic-version/
    http://www.dnjournal.com/archive/lowdown/2012/dailyposts/20120315.htm
    I totally encorage you to make a video and post it online. I will help will you to translate to portuguese and finally make him famous on Brazil for his crimes. Tell me if you’re up to it.
    Best wishes!

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  61. Ben

    Márcio Mello Chaves! He is so famous now, thanks to you Rick!…
    If he wants to pay some money for this, dont be surprised, lol :)

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  62. Rick Schwartz

    Only thing I have handy: You may have to format a bit as a release.
    Rick Schwartz, AKA Domain King®, is the co-founder of the T.R.A.F.F.I.C. Conference, and among the first high-powered domain investors on the web. He bought his first names in 1995, calling the acquisition of domains, “A unique opportunity in time.”
    Mr. Schwartz quickly accumulated a portfolio of descriptive domains. He made his first million-dollar sale, of men.com, by the end of the 1990′s. He has sold names like iReport.com, which he purveyed directly to CNN, as well as Candy.com and Property.com. He maintains an interest in the latter two domains.
    Most recently, Mr. Schwartz successfully defended the domain, saveme.com, from a reverse domain hijacking attempt, by an attorney in South America. Márcio Mello Chaves, of São Paulo, Brazil, filed a Uniform Dispute Resolution Policy action, (UDRP), in early 2012, claiming saveme.com had been registered in bad faith. Mr. Chaves also claimed saveme.com violated a pair of trademarks in Brazil.
    The World Intellectual Property Organization, WIPO, ruled Mr. Chaves brought the UDRP in bad faith. WIPO noted that Mr. Schwartz has owned saveme.com since 1997, 13 years before Mr. Chaves filed for any trademark protections in Brazil, and 15 years before the UDRP claim was filed. WIPO panelists further wrote, in their decision, that Mr. Chaves has not been granted any actual trademarks, and that the UDRP was filed only after Mr. Chaves made an unsuccessful bid to buy saveme.com from Mr. Schwartz. WIPO has permanently branded Mr. Chaves as a reverse domain hijacker.

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