- Report: #1041578
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Complaint Review: Crazy Domains
Crazy DomainsFountain Street, Manchester Internet United States of America
Crazy Domains We bought a domain name last week. To day we have received an email from this company saying that due to fraud etc. they are checking to see if we are bone fide. They want a copy of our credit card, Internet
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Anne & Peter in Gandia, Valencia
ActionsCrazy Domains (email@example.com)Add to contacts08:45To: firstname.lastname@example.orgHello,
I am writing in regards to your domain which you have registered through Crazy Domains. As a part of our fraud protection process your domain has been selected for a random fraud check and we require some details to authenticate your order.
Can you please provide the following:
A copy of the credit card used for the order (you may cover the first 12 digits for security reasons)
A copy of valid photo ID (drivers license, passport, etc)
You can either fax the copies through to +44 8444 844 288 (please mark ATTN: Dan and mention your domain).
Or you can email the scanned copies of the above in reply to this email.
If we do not receive reply within 48 hours we will be forced to remove the order from our system, a full refund would be processed. Please advise if you have further queries.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 04/08/2013 02:45 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Crazy-Domains/internet/Crazy-Domains-We-bought-a-domain-name-last-week-To-day-we-have-received-an-email-from-th-1041578. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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