Anyway, it's supposed to be an affiliate website and my account got denied because it has a trademark in the domain name. WOW.
I won't say the domain name but let's say for example, its like this:
Apparently, me having an affiliate webstore that sells things with the "HPpavilion" (for example) brand name can be misconstrued as HP's website so I can't use it. I spent 10 hours making the damn website today and at the VERY end, Amazon decides to email me saying I got denied.
At least it's a lesson learned. So don't be like me and do something stupid like that. At least I found out before launch, it would've sucked if I got mailed a lawsuit years down the line for "damages".
If you're using a trademark as a topic of discussion, newssite, how-to, is that okay? For example, I saw that ipadjailbreak.com and ipadjailbreak2.com is #1 and #1 on Google SERP. It has IPAD in it and yet it's still running strong with over 4 million page views and tons of ads. They don't sell Ipads but I'm curious if it's legal because it's a topic of discussion.
I've also seen websites like galaxytabforums.com, or motorolaxoomforums, etc. Basically a device brand/model + forums + .com.
Is this okay due to the same reason??