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Old 18th October 2004, 11:35 PM   #1
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Monster Cable vs Monster Vintage: UPDATE (10/18/2004)

Monster Vintage wants to start this letter off by thanking all those that have given their support in regards to this serious matter of the frivolous lawsuit of domain name ownership. Your letters and emails to Monster Cable are starting to get the attention that this issue deserves. Our website (www.monstervintage.com) has been updated with more recent information and feedback from concerned individuals. Below is a brief description of the events that have transpired:

Monster Cable, an Audio/ Video cable specialist is attempting to takeover the domain name and use of the word “Monster” for many websites around the globe. Monster Cable has filed a Federal Lawsuit to take over the website www.Monstervintage.com. Monster Cable claims that we (Monster Vintage) do not have the right to use the word “MONSTER”, a word used to emphasize our large selection of used vintage clothing.

Monstervintage.com, on the other hand, is a very small cottage business established during the summer of 2001, which sells classic All-American, used vintage clothing.

If you would like to share any of your experiences dealing with Copyright issues dealing with big corporations, we would love to hear about them at Monster Vintage.

Victor Petrucci
Monstervintage.com (Updated with new info on this case)
P.O. Box 679
Camas, WA 98607

***P.S. Letters to Monster Cable (dgraham@monstercable.com PR Dept./ dgraham@monstercable.com General Counsel) expressing your thoughts on this issue are highly encouraged. Thank you for your time and patience on this important issue.***
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