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The domain name is [identical OR confusingly similar] to a word mark for which Complainant holds valid national or regional registration(s) and which is in current use (URS 184.108.40.206).
Evidence of the Complainant’s trademark registrations are attached. They are for the word mark [insert] (Mark) [which is[ identical] OR [if not identical then insert a description of how the domain and the Mark are similar visually aurally and conceptually, and discuss how confusion is likely to arise].] [The Mark was also registered with the Trademark Clearinghouse [insert details and include in attachment].]
For at least [insert number] years, the Complainant has used the Mark extensively in print media, on television, and on the internet. The Complainant’s advertising spend was £[insert] in [year][ [insert further spending years]].
[The Complainant’s brand was found to be a well-known mark in UDRP case number [insert case reference]]. The Com
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