freelancesociety

One day you come up with the idea to create a website for your company. You have thought about the things you want to add in your webpage. The news of your company, the products you sell, the services you provide. You then think about your websites looks. You hire a freelancer to create a great theme, with SEO optimizations and catchy colors. You even hire php programmers and database coders. The site rocks and is as fast as nothing you had imagined. You think you are ok and doing just fine. Everybody that is seeing your test site is amazed. You decide to make it public. And then you go out to buy your company’s name as a domain name.

Who did this? Who bought YOUR domain name? Can a lawyer do something? Can you pay the other side to give you your name?
The answer is harsh…

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