https://morganlinton.com/be-careful...d-come-with-trademark-trouble/#comment-166448 I spoke with a GoDaddy rep on this issue last week, and was told that even if a Trademark holder notifies GoDaddy to alert them that a domain name on auction infringes their Trademark rights; they will not add a disclaimer or disclose to auction bidders that they have been contacted by a verified registered Trademark holder. Thus, they allow the domain name to be sold, pocket the money, and let the new domain registrant get UDRP'd or sued almost immediately after the domain auction closes on their platform ( at least according to the GoDaddy rep). To those who have a solid understanding of IP law and UDRP process; should registries voluntarily disclose to all auction bidders when they have received a verified notification of trademark rights on a domain at auction? Would this disclosure improve transparency? I've noticed that GoDaddy reps do follow the NamePros forum. They seem interested in hearing feedback on improving their customer service experience.