Domain Scam & Legal Issues

Are You Being Scammed? The ‘Unlimited’ host debate!

Dec 26th, 2010 | By | Category: Domain Scam & Legal Issues

by Jack  from:namepros.com Unlimited hosts. Liars? Thieves? Scammers? One of the biggest debates that has gripped the hosting industry for years. Unlimited web hosting companies exist to generate that quick dollar sale. They suck the clueless in to the dream world that we can use whatever we want and whenever we want for low cost. […]



Whois Spammer: newdomain@Inline.me, AddDomainNames.com

Dec 10th, 2010 | By | Category: Domain Scam & Legal Issues

posted by Jamie Zoch in December 9th, 2010  I had hand registered a domain name earlier this week (12/6/10) to be exact and today (12/9/10) I received a spam email from the address newdomain@inline.me . The email stated (links removed): I noticed you just bought DomainHere.com. Our statistics indicate that your domain’s primary keyword phrase, […]



Namejet and Anthos Chrysanthou Renege on Huge Sale

Dec 7th, 2010 | By | Category: Domain Sale and Parking Tips, Domain Scam & Legal Issues

Last Wednesday and Thursday, Namejet auction activity was dominated by more than 1,800 LLL.net and LLL.org domain names for sale. Most didn’t meet their reserve prices, but many did sell at high values (pet.org for $34,100, see.net for $15,700, ccc.net for $9,600, lab.org for $7,901, etc.) I personally bought 8 names for a total price […]



Domain Scams and How to Avoid Them

Jul 14th, 2010 | By | Category: Domain Scam & Legal Issues

On any given day hundreds of different scams are launched and scores of fraudulent sites spring up to dupe consumers. Websites such as AllForDomains.com, EveryDayIncome.com, and Domains.Profit.com were all created to scam inexperienced domainers. The basic concept of these scam sites requires an “interested buyer” and a naïve domain seller. In the case of the […]



Domain name appraisal scams generally have a few elements in common

Jul 10th, 2010 | By | Category: Domain Scam & Legal Issues

1) Almost without exception, the scammer asking you to get a domain appraisal will suggest that a domain appraisal be done “to protect both parties” and “make sure the price paid is fair”. 2) The scammer will mention that he only trusts certain domain name appraisal companies and it will be domain name appraisal companies […]