Poor Dave Pack. The little guy seems to be constantly in the news. Being in the news is not a bad thing for a COG group if they are doing good, but Dave is up to his dirty tricks again. Despite having the worlds best church, biggest web site, and the coolest apostate members from other splinter groups, he still gets no respect. Even his kids have walked out on him.
The worlds most important man has filed a lawsuit against a small company over their domain name. The prophet is not happy that the small company has the RT.org address. It seems that Dave thinks he owns those initials since he has the "Real Truth" magazine. The problem is that Dave was not smart enough to lock in domain names early on when he started his earth shattering ministry.
In typical COG fashion a lawsuit was initiated and the mocking began. Lets be Christians and sue their asses; evil pagans!
The Domains web site has published this account:
UDRP Filed On Two Letter .Org: RT.Org2013 February 19
A two letter .Org domain name has just been hit with a UDRP.
The domain name is RT.Org
The domain is owned by Alexa Properties, LLC and goes to a Sedo parked page.
The complaint was filed by The Restored Church of God whose site is at RCG.org
The complainant, The Restored Church of God has a trademark on the term, The Restored Church of God which was filed in 2008.
The complainant The Restored Church of God also filed for two trademarks for the term RCG in 2011.
The domain name has been owned by the current holder since at least January 2012.
There does not appear to be any links to the trademark holder on the domain name, or anything religious oriented.
RT is not close to RCG in any way so we have no idea of what the TM holder is thinking about and the fact that it’s a church, well there is that whole commandment about stealing.
We will be following this case and will let you know once a decision has been reached.
The interesting thing in the comments was the following from a guy outside the COG domain. He instantly saw through the greed and arrogance of the typical COG leader.