The social media giant claimed ownership of snaphack-online.com and cnaphack-online.com.
The disputed domains diverted users to a website that Snap said was used to phish for user’s details.
Sole panellist Kenneth Port found that the domain names were confusingly similar.
He said: “In one case, the respondent also changes an ‘s’ to a ‘c’. This is insufficient to distinguish the disputed domain names from [Snap’s] trademarks.”
Port also found that the disputed domains was being used in bad faith.
He added: “Using a disputed domain name that disrupts a complainant’s business and trades upon the goodwill of a complainant for commercial gain can evince bad faith.”
Port concluded that the disputed domains should be transferred to Snap.