Guess who owns BingSucks.com & GoogleSucks.com !!!

Yeah … guess who has registered these domains, BingSucks.com & GoogleSucks.com & FuckBing.com !?

BingSucks.com is registered to Microsoft !

bing sucks

GoogleSucks.com is registered to Google !

google sucks

And where does FuckBing.com take you to ? See for yourself ! Smile It too is registered to Microsoft!

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I guess this is a common practice among large companies who want to play safe and avoid being the butt of such jokes! This is not the first time this is happening. many companies have chosen to register domains which are similar to its own main domain or a combinations, which could be used by the competition to embarrass them.

Sources: Reddit.

Know of any more such interesting tidbits? Do share below!

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9 Comments

  1. trm96

    This does not surprise me. It is just a way for Microsoft and Google to prevent people from registering those names. If you look Google also owns google.net, .org, etc. Companies often register domain names they never plan on using for the sole purpose of protecting their brands.

  2. WizardCM

    I completely agree with rtm96, I was actually going to write that myself. 😛

  3. optimus

    really interesting

  4. Joeinbost

    If Microsoft owns Bing Sucls and Bing I hope that Bill Gates and his wife gets AIDS and dies a slow painful death

  5. Joeinbost

    Here is an idea email their advertisers and clog their servers

  6. Chris

    its actually bingsucks.org and googlesucks.org not .com

  7. Wade

    Amazing. I guess I need to make a marveldcforumsucks .com for marveldcforum .com This is a crazy corporate strategy!!!

  8. Tim Mathews

    I don’t know if they (Microsoft and Google) registered the domains themselves originally, but they may have seen someone using them and requested the registrar turn the domain names over to them. That happened to me back in early 2000-2001. I purchased googleshop.com and shopgoogle.com for an ecommerce website selling laptop prodcuts (Connect Globally, Inc.). That was when google was just becoming popular and I was (successfully) trying to capitalize on their name. A few months went by and we received a cease and desist letter from Google demanding we turn the domain name over to them or stop using it. We stopped using it and let it expire instead of “giving” it to them. Point is, they can pretty much take the names from you if it has their name in it and you are trying to use it for profit.

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