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Is idsuk net a Scam? Review of the Website

I want to know if Internet Domain Services UK(IDSUK) located www.idsuk.net is legit or a scam? The website claims they were found in 2009, but their domain or website name was registered in less than 5 months ago. Also, their domain name was registered by someone in the Netherlands.

Is idsuk net a Scam? Review of the Website
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About Domain Services UK(IDS UK)

Internet Domain Services UK (IDS UK) located www.idsuk.net

Email: info@idsuk.net

Address: 2nd Floor, Berkeley Square House, London W1J 6BD, United Kingdom

Internet Domain Services UK

IDS UK was founded in 2009 in the heart of London. The Madrid system (officially the Madrid system for the international registration of brands) is the primary international system that facilitates the registration of trademarks in multiple jurisdictions around the globe. The legal basis was formed by the 1981 multilateral agreement of Madrid for the international registration of brands, as well as protocol established for the Madrid Agreement (1989).



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  • August 20, 2020 at 5:32 AM by an anonymous user from: Ripley, England, United Kingdom

    Total scam! We received exactly the same e-mail... Look at the grammar alone... Berkeley Square office? Yeah right... P.O. box more like...! (BTW we have registered 10 domain names through our ISP) All these scammers are just trying to pressure you into into giving them cash. If you want a new domain name ask your current ISP to claim it for you...

  • August 18, 2020 at 7:18 AM by an anonymous user from: Hull, England, United Kingdom

    I've had the same spam email as above today with exactly the same price quoted and that same 'one-time' offer proposed. A quick check of the big registrars shows the same supposedly in-demand domain over £120 cheaper.

  • August 14, 2020 at 6:13 AM by an anonymous user from: Evesham, England, United Kingdom

    This is a scam:

    My company has just received, the following bull*#@$...

    It had gone direct into the Spam box.

    "Dear Sir/Madam,

    We have an importance message we would like to share with you. As a trademark authority we feel obligated to tell you we have received a registration request for the domain name www.XXXXXXXX.net. We, however, can see that you are the current holder of www.XXXXXXXX.com. Therefore, we send you this email.

    You have the right of first registration as the holder of www.XXXXXXXX.net. If you would like to prevent that a competitor uses the same name, you may register this domain name for yourselves. This is a non-binding proposal, so you do not have to register this domain name if you do not want to.

    However, we strongly recommend doing so. We have seen in the past that several competitors try to work with a similar name to benefit from name recognition of an existing brand.

    If you would like to prevent this, you can register this name with us. The total costs for this domain name are £269.50 for a period of 10 years (one-off payment for 10 years). You may cancel your domain name after one year, meaning you will receive the amount for the remaining years back into your account.

    Do you agree to our one-time offer? Then please send your business name, business address, name and VAT number to this email address. We will reject the applicant and link this website to your current website.

    I am looking forward to your reply.

    Kind regards,

    Wayne Foster

    IDS UK

    www.idsuk.net"

  • August 13, 2020 at 11:30 PM by info

    A company that claims they were founded 11 years ago would have registered their domain name at the same time. Also, the domain name renewal is one year, which is quite strange for a company that claims it facilitates the registration of trademarks in multiple jurisdictions around the globe.

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