David Laura – Owner of Kushly
David Laura Ceo of Kushfly and its marketing team Have attempted to Brand jack and Typosquatting, Cybersquatting LAWEED.com plural version of their name
court date coming soon
David Laura CEO of Kushly Brandjacking
Brandjacking is the process of assuming the identity of a brand to tap into their audience and undermine its brand identity and authority.
They say imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, but as Apple and Samsung have seen lately, if you get it wrong you could end up in court with an expensive law suit on your hands.
Examples of brandjacking below
Brand jacking is when your website appears in the search results while searchers look for information about another company’s brand.
They offered to buy the domain the Ahmet a domain broker and were told no. After about 8 months later they acquired the misspelled version of the existing business.
David Laura Typosquatting
David Laura and his web/ marketing team have Typposqauted LaWeed.com a business in the same industry..
Typosquatting, also called URL hijacking, a sting site, or a fake URL, is a form of cybersquatting, and possibly brandjacking which relies on mistakes such as typos made by Internet users when inputting a website address into a web browser. Source Wikipedia
The typosquatter’s URL will usually be one of five kinds, all similar to the victim site address:
- A common misspelling, or foreign language spelling, of the intended site
- A misspelling based on a typographical error
- A plural of a singular domain name
- A different top-level domain: (i.e. .com instead of .org)
- An abuse of the Country Code Top-Level Domain (ccTLD) (.cm, .co, or .om instead of .com)
Motivation to Buy Typos
There are several different reasons for typosquatters buying a typo domain:
- In order to try to sell the typo domain back to the brand owner
- To monetize the domain through advertising revenues from direct navigation misspellings of the intended domain
- To redirect the typo-traffic to a competitor
- To redirect the typo-traffic back to the brand itself, but through an affiliate link, thus earning commissions from the brand owner’s affiliate program.
- As a phishing scheme to mimic the brand’s site, while intercepting passwords which the visitor enters unsuspectingly
- To install drive-by malware or revenue generating adware onto the visitors’ devices
- To harvest misaddressed e-mail messages mistakenly sent to the typo domain
- To express an opinion that is different from the intended website’s opinion
- By legitimate site owners: to block malevolent use of the typo domain by others
As you see there is only one ethical and legitimate reason to buy a typo.
That is to protect your own brand.
David Laura CEO Kushfly
United States law
In the United States, the 1999 Anticybersquatting Consumer Protection Act (ACPA) contains a clause (Section 3(a), amending 15 USC 1117 to include sub-section (d)(2)(B)(ii)) aimed at combatting typosquatting
Examples of David Laura Brandjacking Below
Original LaWeed.com Logo since 2017
Original Laweeds logo below after being denied sale of plural version of domain through domain broker Ahmet typosquatting
Laweeds logo in 2021 after being notified of cybersquatting/typosquatting
1. The Logo now has the leaf connected to the A in LA, like LAWEED.com..
2. The logo now has the same font as LAWeed.com but with no curve on the L
3. The Logo now has LA the same way as LAWeed.com as adopted from LA Dodgers logo.
4. The new logo is blatant attempt to deceive clients of LAWEED.com and divert money from the business.
To REMOVE THIS ARTICLE
CONTACT LAWEED.COM or Kushflys.com will outrank your site Kushfly.com within 30 days. The same way la weed outranks your site kushfly and reveal the over 1000 negative reviews you have out of only 1100 reviews..
With that many bad reviews/complaints any other business in another industry would be out of business or would’ve been smart enough to rebrand..
David Laura you give the laweeds.com domain back, you can have Kushflys.com back or it will be used to outrank your site Kushfly and show the reviews you really have.. Those trustpilot.com reviews on your site are fake.
Everyone knows Yelp reviews cant be paid for like the trustpilot reviews can.. but yelp will mark the reviews as not recommended if you pay them. You should have 1 star rating. theres no way with 1000 bad reviews out of a total 1100 that you could legitmately have anything above 1 star ratimng due to your unscrupulous criminal behaviour.
To See Over 870 Bad Reviews Visit Kushflys.com