butane ads

Skunk Pharm Research, LLC has no connection with the folks who decided to take advantage of our reputation and sell Lucienne butane on the internet using as the address.

Skunk Pharm Research, LLC and are not remotely related, nor do we sell butane.   Someone is just cleverly taking advantage of the fact that we didn’t also reserve

8 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by Chris on August 27, 2014 at 3:40 PM

    I just got ripped off by these guys. The website does not function after you register. They do paypal and then once you pay, you never get a response. Thomas McCully is the name you get for payment. Email is The other possibly ficticious names are Nate Diaz and

    Total ripoff.


    • Posted by Chris on August 27, 2014 at 5:05 PM

      Please remove the previous post. They finally contacted me with a tracking no. Lets hope it was what I ordered. Literally a minute after I posted this, they called back. Finally.


    • We were unable to copyright our name, because we are cannabis related and it is against federal laws.

      This is obviously not us, but some unscrupulous opportunists.


  2. Posted by Siskique Sam on February 23, 2014 at 4:34 PM

    Your too kind Greywolf,
    I think appropriating someone else’s business name is NOT clever at all. I fact it shows lack of creativity, not to mention obvious ethical shortcomings. OR put another way…. is a flucking ripoff and they should be boycotted!


  3. Posted by sunnysyde on February 16, 2014 at 9:46 AM

    i knew they weren’t when I called and they tried selling me another substitute full of mercap when they ran out of lucienne. scum suckas!!


  4. If they besmirch your websites character you will have legal recourse.


  5. Posted by Aardvark on February 14, 2014 at 11:30 AM

    Looks like their get rich quick scheme is falling on its face already:

    Fallout builds from marketing by “non-flammable” solvent maker ZHO


  6. Posted by Aardvark on February 14, 2014 at 10:59 AM

    Unfortunately, unless you enjoy trademark protection you won’t be able to get the offending party to cease & desist – or have their ISP disconnect them from that domain name. If you file a trademark application in your home state, you can get their ISP (wherever they are) to disconnect them from the domain name since you can show ownership. Usually that does the trick, but you may also want to do a trademark search to see if would be worthwhile to file a trademark application with the federal USPTO (Patent & Trademark Office). Once you get a trademark and keep using it, it is very difficult to lose a domain name fight.

    Doing all this means you will have to be prepared to defend your IP rights (intellectual property), which is contrary to your mission of education, research and self-help. Defending your IP means being willing to engage attorneys who send threatening cease & desist letters and suing those who refuse. It really isn’t fair, but it is the price of globalization and information flow.


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