Based on this test, Respondent submits that the Domain Name shares no visual or aural similarities to Complainant’s CHEEKYLOVERS e

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Based on this test, Respondent submits that the Domain Name shares no visual or aural similarities to Complainant’s CHEEKYLOVERS e Complainant submits that Respondent is using the Domain Name, which is confusingly similar to Complainant’s tradee resolves to a webpage that has the appearance of being a webpage belonging to Complainant, to support the initial confusion that the Domain Name belongs to Complainant’s and relates to Complainant’s services. Using the Domain Name that is confusingly similar to Complainant’s trademarks for a competing website means that Respondent is using it to create confusion among Internet users to attract visitors to Respondent’s website for commercial gain. Complainant’s also argues that Respondent’s use of a privacy service to hide Respondent’s data should be viewed as illegitimate in this case. Although privacy shields might be legitimate in some cases, it is difficult to see why Respondent needs to protect its identity except to frustrate the purposes of the Policy. Further, in circumstances like this, the privacy shield e registrations amongst themselves without any public record that there has been a transfer, thus allowing them to evade enforcement of legitimate third-party rights or to obstruct proceedings commenced under the Policy. […]