Hey everyone. I’d appreciate some good advice here from anyone who’s maybe gone through something similar. Here’s the situation... You own a .com and later discover it would be a perfect fit for a company you found that’s located in another country. There are no current trademark issues. The name is “technically” considered generic enough to not infringe or cause any customer confusion if used for a business in a different field of commerce. You want to approach the company to make them aware of the DN you own is for sale but there’s one little caveat. The domain name is a shorter version of one they own. However, the shorter version of the DN relates to something entirely different to their brand. Which was the original reason you purchased the DN for. You’re now faced with two conundrums. Do you contact the business in order to facilitate a potential sale when there’s the possibility it could back fire by showing them how this shorter version would benefit their brand? Could they then threaten a UDRP because of the intent to sell? Secondly, since this business is located in a different country, you would like to purchase their cctld version of the DN you own so as to maybe add value and an extra bargaining chip during possible negotiations but feel it would further increase their ability to establish a UDRP claim. What do you do when you know your DN is a great fit and have such obstacles in your way?