So, for God's sake don't click on any of his links, but: http://www.thechrysleraspen.com/.
Can't help but think that the next UDRP will be you.
Check 724594 (NAF #), or here: http://domains.adrforum.com/domains/...ons/724594.htm.
ChryslerConquest.com ordered transferred (With others.).
Whoever told you that there wouldn't be problems (Or more accurately, couldn't be problems) has a screw loose.
Will Chrysler ever decide that you are worth the time and trouble - who knows?.
Could they and win faster than the overpaid panelist can pen "Ordered Transferred to the Complainant" - I know.
What a way to join and start the new year...
I'm afraid to see what the OP's first 17 posts were.... ugh..
I've actually been domaining for two years now. Saw these available and thought I'd take a gander. I don't really appreciate the less-than-warm welcome, that's for sure...
Nothing "less than warm", just "less than believable that you'd somehow think that regging those would be a good idea.".
You asked for opinions, and you have them now - chalk it up to experience and move on!.
I appologize for being as sarcastic. I think most to most of the veteran domainers, these domains are no question as to TM infringement. To someone who though may not be new to domaining, but new to TM type names, I could understand how their would be questions.
Bottom line - these domains could and probably will become an issue/problem for you. I think the recommendation is to get rid of before any kind of issue is created. Best of luck, and again, my appologies. I have removed my previous post.
Happy New Years,.
See, you should have been here 2 years ago researching, you would have saved your self a some time, money and headaches... go NamePros.
But in all honest, if you hve been in the business for 2 years, then you should ahve known the answer already. But welcome to Nmepros anyway, you will learn alot here...
Oh, it's alright. I understand I guess.
Anyway, how would I get rid of them? Just let the registration lapse, or what? Also, I'm a Chrysler fanatic, so would there be any issues with opening forums at the domains?..
First, unpark them so there are no PPC ads on them and don't develop them (even as fan sites or forums.) Secondly, you can either delete them (probably the easiest option), or voluntarily transfer them to Chrysler (don't ask for anything at all.)..
I agree with rocketfly just delete them and get them off your hands quickly...