- Report: #823654
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Complaint Review: Domain Services
Domain Services4510 W.190th St. Suite # 54773 Torrance, California United States of America
Domain Services Emails deceptive emails to domain name administrators with short times lines for business domain name search engine registration (basiically search engine placement) Torrance, California
*Author of original report: Received another notice from Domain Services
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I am listed as the administrative contact for several domain names that I own. On 01/15/2012, I received an email notice making it look like one of my domain names is expiring and I need to renew my "Domain name search engine registration" by 01/16/2012 for a whooping $75 for one year. You can submit your domain to most major search engines for free...so why anyone would pay this is beyond me. The message is a bit deceptive because it makes it look like your domain name registration is about to expire...when it isn't. They seem to like use various email addresses from hotmail.
4510 W. 190th St.Suite # 54773 Torrance, CA 90602 United States of America
There are several others who have received the exact same emails and all of them also warm it's a scam:
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 01/16/2012 06:24 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Domain-Services/Torrance-California-90620/Domain-Services-Emails-deceptive-emails-to-domain-name-administrators-with-short-times-li-823654. 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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