Domain Name Dispute Policy
HostMonster is not responsible for resolving any domain disputes. If you have a complaint about the issue of ownership or wording of the domain name itself (as opposed to the content hosted on the associated website), that matter will need to be taken up with the domain name owner directly, or should be filed in a UDRP or court proceeding. Our internal policies, as well as ICANN regulations, prevent us from acting as the arbiter of domain name disputes; we are only able to assist with complaints regarding the content of a hosted website (as opposed to the wording of the domain name registered).
ICANN's Uniform Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy (the "UDRP") is a method for resolving domain disputes relating to abusive domain registrations (for example, cybersquatting or trademark infringement). Please refer to http://www.icann.org/en/help/dndr/udrp for more information.
This file was last modified: March 29, 2014.