TMCH - protection against improper domain registrations

TMCH - protection against improper domain registrations

Protect your trademark from being registered with a nTLDs (new top-level domains) and being exposed to cybersquatting. TMCH verifies your trademark information, improving your trademark protection. In addition, the service alerts anyone who is about to register a domain name with a nTLD that the domain they are trying to register may be protected by a trademark.

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3 advantages of TMCH

  • You improve your trademark protection
  • You safeguard your brand against cybersquatting
  • You can use the DomainBlock add-on service (blocking all domains managed by the company, Donuts)
3 advantages of TMCH

With TMCH you combat cybersquatting

In the last decade alone, hundreds of new top-level domains have been introduced. Of course, this creates opportunities for you as a trademark owner to expand your domain portfolio. It also opens new opportunities to increase the presence of your brand with relevant industry-specific and business-specific top-level domains. But it also increases the risk of cybersquatting.

Cybersquatting means that an external party registers your trademark with a domain name that you do not have in your own domain portfolio. With TMCH registration, you, the trademark owner, are given the chance to protect yourself against these increased risks.

Increases your opportunities to improve your trademark protection

When you register your trademark (or trademarks) with TMCH, several domains, such as .sport and .food, are monitored and protected. Another advantage is that you can use the DomainBlock service that allows you to block all of the more than 280 domains managed by the company, Donuts.

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