Who is SafetyNet Systems Ltd?
We are a UK registered company. The company was originally formed as a partnership in 1994.
What do you do?
Our main focus is the development of our own websites. We mainly use a combination of third party advertising and listing third party products on a revenue share basis, rather than selling our own products directly.
Tracking and delivery of products.
As outlined above, we do not sell products ourselves. As all purchases are made directly with the supplier, you will need to contact the company you purchased from.
Is domain.tld for sale, if so how much?
Our focus is the development of our domain assets. For many years we received regular unsolicited interest from parties wishing to purchase our domains, and our response was to automatically decline. We operate in a continually changing commercial environment, and we currently do give consideration to selling when an interest is expressed. When we value our domain names, we look at the utility the domain name holds for ourselves, the utility it would hold in the best possible hands, along with how the domain fits into the wider domain names market by looking at publicly reported sales eg Reported .co.uk Sales / Reported .com Sales.
Development takes time, and as we operate at scale, it is inevitable that we will have domain names that are awaiting redesign or update. Regardless of how the domain is being used currently, we cannot ignore the factors outlined above. It took a great deal of time and resources to secure our domain names.
Do you buy domain names?
Yes, we are happy to consider strong descriptive/generic domain names in either the .com or .co.uk tld's - especially if they have natural type-in traffic.
How did you choose your names?
As many of the more usable descriptive/generic names were initially registered many years ago, the majority of our properties are operated on domain names made available following the abandonment of domains of the same character string by third parties unknown. By examining lists of these names, we are able to extractdescriptive/common terms that we feel would benefit our service and we compete to secure those terms at the moment they become available to register again as domain names. We have supplemented and filtered this using various descriptive term lists.
I have a company/brand/website/etc called xyz and you have xyz.tld - why?
The very nature of descriptive/generic terms mean they are used by more than one party - and there are geographical and usage type factors to consider too. Taking a common term from the public domain and using it in a commercial context to leverage that existing mindshare is very common practice, but it is very rare that any kind of exclusive right is acquired as a result. This is why you will see multiple owners of trademarks for the exact same term in different usage classes (eg "lotus" for cars, software, janitorial supplies etc). None of these would prevent a descriptive term from being used descriptively, and they are highly unlikely to prevent a new entity from coming along and securing a trademark for the same term in a different usage class/geographic region. Indeed, most trademark registries will not allow a descriptive term to be registered as a trademark covering it's obvious descriptive association.
If you believe you have proprietary rights in a term that one of our names comprise, you are welcome to submit full details to ourselves for review via our contact page. We are happy to deal with such matters in a timely and professional manner.
We will, however, fully defend our descriptive/common term assets against covetous parties.