In its relentless pursuit of fake Ugg shoes, Deckers Brands is asking U.S. judicial authorities to obtain control of the counterfeiters' internet domains from the registrars immediately after filing a suit and to freeze customers' payments before the case is decided. Additionally, Deckers is asked to be allowed to serve notice on the defendants electronically through their contact e-mail, claiming that this is the only reliable way to reach them directly. In its latest lawsuit, filed in the District Court of Eastern Illinois, Deckers detailed the slippery tactics used by online sellers of fake Uggs. The company said they move quickly when they realize that they are the target of a suit, changing domain names or marketplace account names and moving funds to offshore bank accounts out of reach of the courts.