Recently, some of yall may have noticed Pinterest.Net being auctioned at DropCatch.com. This auction has since been cancelled. I believe anyone who bid on the auction may have received the below email. Note, there were several $59 bids, and to me, my assumption would be a majority of those bids were "tracking bids" where a bidder was more so curious to watch the auction, rather than bid with intent to win a trademarked domain. Regardless, DropCatch legal department stepped up, and did what I believe is the right thing. They protected the integrity of the domain industry by refusing to auction a trademarked domain, and more importantly protected their customers legal interest by not allowing them to win an auction where legal ramification may follow. Well done @Rebies & @Jeff Reberry I for one am thrilled to see DropCatch cancel this auction. This appears to be a major move in the right direction. In November 2017, I created a thread titled, Selling domains containing 'google' HERE, where as noted in the below quote, DropCatch was featuring a domain containing the google on their home page.