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Here's the info you'll need to have handy to complete your doc:
Who it’s coming from
Be sure to include your company information, including the domain name being infringed.
Who it's going to
Make sure to have the full legal name of the infringing company, as well as the name and title of the person who should be receiving your letter.
Have the registration number associated with your trademark ready.
Know how long you want to give the infringing company to respond.
What's a Domain Name Cease and Desist Letter?
A registered trademark helps to identify your brand and your company to your customers. When someone else uses that name, logo, or in this case, domain name, it creates confusion among your customers and could weaken your brand recognition. This first step in defending that trademark and reaffirming its identification with your business is with a domain name cease and desist letter.