Here is the link: https://domaingang.com/domain-law/guzzini-com-korean-domain-registrant-wanted-100000-but-got-udrped/ So, wtf happened? I just cannot understand it. Here the decision: So, guess what, any investor wants to sell a name for more than he payed. Does it mean that any investor is using all of his names in bad faith? WFT?? Here are the paragraphs 4(b)(i) and (ii) of the Policy: According to the case, the Respondent regged the name in 2001. For 18 years, the web site displayed an “under construction” page. So, the Complainant contacted the owner and offered him money. The deal did not go through, and UDRP was fired. As i thought before, the indication of a bad faith is But the owner was sitting on this name for 18 years, he never contacted the Complainant. On the contrary, it's the Complainant who has contacted the owner. As i see it, there is absolutely no PROOF or even indication of Moreover, i always thought that any investor can say that he offers a domain name not primarily to the complainant, but to any party who wold like to buy it (and this is the true actually). Moreover, guzzini is such a term that can be used for anyting: tech company, food, recreational activity. There are a lot of similar trademarked names in different areas. The same with Where are the PROOFS? So, i completely cannot understand any reason behind this decision. There are no proofs of bad faith here. What do you think?