Domain Dispute

Domain Dispute Resolution Policy –

At, we are committed to providing fair and transparent domain dispute resolution processes to our customers. This Domain Dispute Resolution Policy outlines the procedures for resolving disputes related to domain names registered through

1. Policy Scope

This policy applies to disputes arising from the registration, renewal, transfer, or use of domain names registered through Disputes may include, but are not limited to, allegations of trademark infringement, cybersquatting, or abusive registration practices.

2. Dispute Resolution Process

a. Informal Resolution: Parties involved in a domain dispute are encouraged to attempt to resolve the issue informally through direct communication. may facilitate communication between parties but does not act as an arbitrator or mediator in disputes.

b. Formal Complaint: If a dispute cannot be resolved informally, the aggrieved party may file a formal complaint with The complaint must include a detailed description of the dispute, supporting evidence, and any relevant documentation.

c. Review Process: will review the complaint and conduct an impartial assessment of the dispute. This may include reviewing domain registration records, trademark documentation, and other relevant information provided by the parties involved.

d. Decision: will make a determination based on the merits of the case and applicable laws and regulations. Decisions may include transferring or canceling the domain name registration, or taking other appropriate actions to resolve the dispute.

e. Appeal Process: Parties dissatisfied with the decision may request an appeal within a specified timeframe. Appeals must be based on new evidence or procedural errors and will be reviewed by an independent panel appointed by

3. Compliance with Applicable Laws is committed to complying with all applicable laws and regulations governing domain name registration and dispute resolution. This includes adherence to the Uniform Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy (UDRP) and other relevant industry standards.

4. Legal Action

In cases where domain disputes cannot be resolved through’s dispute resolution process, parties may pursue legal action through the appropriate legal channels. will cooperate with legal authorities and provide assistance as required by law.

5. Policy Updates reserves the right to update or modify this Domain Dispute Resolution Policy as necessary to reflect changes in industry standards, legal requirements, or business practices. Customers will be notified of any updates to the policy through our website or other communication channels.

6. Contact Information

For inquiries or complaints regarding domain dispute resolution, please contact:
+2711 568 5170

This Domain Dispute Resolution Policy is effective as of 22 February 2016 and remains in effect until superseded or amended by


Stanley Chauke

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