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1, Report #131151
Feb 12 2005
02:42 PM
ENom, Inc ripoff,lies,dishonest company...... Bellevue, Washington
eNom, Inc. is committed to providing excellent Internet domain name services at competitive prices. TOTAL LIES.... MY DOMAIN NAME COMAPNY WAS CLOSING IT DOORS FOR GOOD! SO I GOT A EMAIL TELLING ME THIS eNom INC WILL BE HANDLING MY DOMAIN NAMES AND SO ON, WHEN MY DOMAIN NAME expired THEY TOLD ME IT WAS 15.95$ TO RENEW IT THATS A AWESOME PRICE. WELL THAT WAS NOT THE CASE I WENT TO RENEW IT SUDDENLY THE PRICE WENT TO 29.99$! I EMAILED THEM AND ASKED WHY? MY EMAIL WENT UNANSWERED FOR 8 DAYS, SO I SENT THE 2ND EMAIL AND AGAIN I GOT NO RESPONSE. SO I RESENT THE 3RD AND FINAL EMAIL 'I GOT A REPLY' THEY TOLD ME SINCE MY DOMAIN NAME CAME FROM ANOTHER COMPANY IT WAS NECESSARY TO CHARGE THERE RATE FOR ALL RENEWALS.....I SO I WAS OKAY WITH THIS AND ITS THERE SITE AND PRICES!! TODAY I WENT TO RENEW IT I KEPT GETTING A ERROR AND COULD NOT GET THERE ONLINE PAYMENT MANAGER TO TAKE MY VISA CARD! SO AFTER GOING THRU MY ACCOUNT INFO THERE WAS A ANOTHER LINK THERE FOR redemption NOTICED MY PRICE WENT FROM 29.99$ TO 160.00$ TODAY I SENT A EMAIL ASKING WHY THIS IS? I TOLD THEM ITS MY DOMAIN NAME AND I PAID FOR ITI DO NOT UNDERSTAND OW IT WENT FROM 15.95$ THEN TO 29.99$ AND A Outrageous PRICE OF 160.00$ WELL SCREW THIS COMPANY.....I WILL JUST COME UP WITH A NEW NAME AND REGISTER IT FOR 15.95 THEN RECONFIG MY WEBHOST AND THE NEW DOMAIN NAME........ SO MUCH TROUBLE JUST FOR ONE NAME.... SCREW THEM RIPOFF ARTIST.... MAD PERSON HERE......... 73179, OklahomaU.S.A.
Entity: Bellevue, WA, Washington
2, Report #432681
Mar 10 2009
11:40 AM
ENom, Inc ,Vinefire.com Fraudulent Phishing Scam - re: Vinefire.com Redmond Washington
I received the following email from vinefire.inc a company owned by eNom, Inc: Vinefire Newsletter - Monday, Mar. 09, 2009 Hello VF Newsletter Subscribers, We have raised two bonuses for the next 7 days only! Here are the changes: - you now get $50 for every person you refer - every new member now starts with $75 in their account These bonuses will drop to just $5 each in 7 days, so hurry and tell a friend about Vinefire before these bonuses run out. Just send people to your personal link to begin earning $50 per sign-up. Your personal link is... http://www.vinefire.com/?ref=bayarts4u@gmail.com Have fun! Vinefire Staff http://www.vinefire.com/ 2661 N Pearl St. Tacoma, WA 98407 According to these people, I have close to $800 in my account and they claim they will pay me next January. Others have warned me that this is a scam. When I tried to enter the links related to their scam operation on their web site, they blocked me from posting links and erased the information. ~Stacy ~Stacy Oakland, CaliforniaU.S.A.
Entity: Redmond, Washington
3, Report #837228
Feb 10 2012
02:01 PM
Enom, Inc Illegally prevented me from transferring my domain. Kirkland, Washington
Enom, Inc, is in the business of domain name registration. They also have authorized resellers. I attempted to transfer my domain name registration from an authorized reseller whose phone numbers are unreachable. Therefore I am unable to gain authorization for the transfer. By law, Enom, Inc, as the registrar is required to assist me in the transfer when the reseller can't. Each request for assistance to Enom has fallen on deaf ears. They either say they can't help me, or they transfer me to a support line that nobody answers, or they transfer me to a support line requiring a pin that I don't have. I'm going to contact the attorney general for my state next to report them. They are obviously attempting to block my right to transfer. I would avoid this company as a registrar at all costs.
Entity: Kirkland, Washington
4, Report #1112349
Jan 02 2014
02:01 PM
ENOM, INC Bill me for hosting that I did not have with the company TZAFARIA Illinois
On dec. 5, 2012, I purchase a turnkey website from instantsuperstore.com for $95.00 and one tech staff members install the turnkey website on my hosting account server for free. However, one year later, the company try to charge me a fee of $66.00 for hosting the turnkey website which is not operating on their hosting server.   On the company website, it states in the FAQ selection can I host with someone else? A: Of course! You can always change your hosting at any time. To reiterate, we do not hold you to any host obligation. You have the option of relocating the site to a different, compatible host if you choose.                                                                                                                                         Since the company make the statement, that the buyer can have a hosting with another hosting company, why did the company try to charge for hosting,when I have a hosting account with another hosting company?
Entity: TZAFARIA, Illinois
5, Report #1188462
Nov 12 2014
01:17 PM
ENOM, Inc. Provided Fake Traffic to my website PANAMA Internet
On October 18, 2014, I contracted with this company to provide 25,000 hits of premium targeted traffic to my website for 30 days and they also advertised providing 100% tracking ability.  On October 19, 2014, I checked the company internal tracking stats against my google stats and they did not match.   When I questioned the stats not matching the company response was  Hi Tony,I don't have an answer.  I can only say to give it some time to finish and if the hits don't add up then I will gladly refund your money  On October 30, 2014, I received an email from my hosting provider stating the traffic I was getting to my website was fake, here is their message to me: Tony, Wherever you got your traffic from that’s sending 1000’s of hits to your TGI page, you need to disable it immediately. It’s fake bot traffic. Not real people. And it’s bogging the whole server down. I need you to take care of this immediately. If you don’t then I will be forced to delete your TGI account. Please tell me ASAP where you got that traffic from because they are falsifying the source of the hits. It looks like it’s coming from Google.com, Facebook.com and Bing.com but it’s actually a script running on an amazon server. I was forced to stop the advertising campaign to avoid having my account shut down by my hosting provider. I filed a claim with PayPal after the company said they provided the service I paid for and would not refund me.   This company did not provide the sevice I paid for and did not provide any evidence to support the quality or source of traffic they provided.  I would warn anyone using this service to be cautious.
Entity: Internet
6, Report #292361
Mar 18 2008
09:04 PM
Enom - EasyAdJob - HitReady scam fraudulent activity Bellevue Washington
Enom Inc. is the company responsible as registrar of at least 2 web sites which nothing but scams. EasyAdJob.com promises to help us earn money as affiliates, entering data to help companies promote their products and services. They charge $47.00 US for a lifetime subscription. We become members who are supposed to get support and a lot of help to earn money as promised. After only 4 days , it is impossible to log-in as a member on their web site. They offer no support. They give us instructions which lead nowhere. Open a clickbank account(free), open a Google Adwords account(not free)and then find companies for which we wish to become affiliates and create ads. Except that they never mention that Google Adwords does not accept data entry affiliates and I found this out after the initial financial investment. Nothing but a scam. HitReady Inc. is the company name taking the payments. They are also registered by Enom Inc. I tried to contact them via their web site and this is not possible. Enom Inc. is using the internet for fraudulent activity. Muriel Montreal, QuebecCanada
Entity: Bellevue, ashington
7, Report #1011378
Feb 09 2013
10:46 AM
ENOM, INC. Enom, Inc. pirated the url of my blog. A phishing site loads instead of my posts. Internet
I started a blog in January of 2012. A few weeks ago I was unable to publish my blog posts. I thought the problem was temporary, but when it persisted I did some more research. When I typed in my blog url another site had taken it's place. Upon further investigation I realized that this was just a phishing website and that a company called Enom, Inc. was now the owner of the URL. I was not ever notified that my url name had even expired and was up for renewal... it was just taken over.   I am not sure what can be done at this point, as this has never happened to me before. I am hoping that by reporting this, something can be done to get my url back in my possession. 
Entity: , Internet
8, Report #438000
Mar 26 2009
04:16 PM
Nom Inc. Vinfire.com didnt get paid theres no way of contacting them to good to be true? Redmon Washington
Ive refered people they didnt get paid and I cant find away to contact them does any body know? Tippy east providence, Rhode IslandU.S.A.
Entity: Redmon, Washington
9, Report #1368245
Apr 18 2017
09:16 AM
ENOM, INC lookdeeds.com will not cancel your subscription in trial period, They argue with you until you agree to a tend day extention. At the end of the ten days they bill your credit cars $74.00 PANAMA Internet
Below is what this site offers. copied and paste into this document, misspellings and all. What they delivered was two background checks of two ladies neither of the ladie I was trying to contact. I called customer service to get a refund on the $1+ that I had agreed to and was told that they did not refund any money. They insisted that I accept a ten-day Extention to search again, I kept saying I wanted to cancel and they kept giving the extensions.  Who had the last say I don't remember. My credit card has been charged $74:00 and they say I agreed to call them back in 8 days and failed to do so. CONFIRM YOUR TRUSTWITH A CRIMINAL BACKGROUND CHECK Access Criminal Records, Bankruptcies, Marriage Records, Contact Information and More!   Public & Criminal Records Does that person have a criminal record? Have they ever been arrested? We provide detailed record searches which will tell you this and much more. Everything from bankruptcies to if the person is a registered sex offender. The reports are comprehensive. Trusted Data Sources We have combined millions of records from an array of thousands of government databases. Our custom search and matching algorithms give our uses the most trusted and updated public record reports available online. Peace of Mind Do you really know? That certain someone seems trustworthy, but how can you be sure? Trust.. But Verify! Get a complete picture of those who require your confidence. Judgments, Social Media, even Neighbors and Relatives are included!
Entity: PANAMA, Internet
10, Report #234775
Feb 06 2007
10:14 PM
ENOM ripoff SANTA MONICA California
ENOM SENARIO : they stole 10 of my domain names. this is a example of what they did in lay mans terms. This is a scandal that involves ENOm and a reseller of there services named Registerfly. I OWN A WHOLESALE SHOP AND A RESELLER OF MY PRODUCTS IS ACROSS THE STREET. THE RESELLER SELLS MY ITEMS BUT TAKES OUT THE MOTORS RENDERING THE PRODUCT WORTHLESS. I KNOW THIS AND PLAY SILENT PARTNER ALLOWING THIS TO CONTINUE FOR YEARS. I SHARE IN THE PROFITS BY TAKING BACK THE GUTS OF THE PRODUCT CHANGING THE COLOR AND RESELLING IT AS NEW WHEN IN FACT IT STILL HAS THE PERSON THAT WAS RIPPED OFFED PURCHASE DATE (creation date) STILL ATTACHED. meaning enoms now owns the domains and hides them in other countries. EDWARD LEWIS, CaliforniaU.S.A.
Entity: SANTA MONICA, California
11, Report #370030
Oct 13 2008
09:42 PM
MIDPHASE, UK-2 GROUP, ENOM, ACCESS-ENOM, Hosting Services Inc., TIMOTHY RHOADS, DITLEV BREDAHL Transferring a site out of their company and they take every action to prevent this to happen even lying and I have proof Chicago Illinois
Since May of this year, I have been trying to transfer a domain name out of midphase to another registrar. First they request that I pay $21 which I did right away, then nothing. I contacted by phone several times. the first time i waited more than 2 and a half hour on the phone and finally hang up. Then I can on gave up. Finally on Monday this week, I contacted them again by phone and email and by opening a ticket at their support department. At first, they were not answering my question. I requested to get an authorization code and to the admin email on the whois database change to my email address. This is the first trick they use when you request them to register your domain name. They put their support email address like that you are stuck! so after several emails and phone calls, I finally got an authorization code but they did not change the email address. After again phone calls and email, I received an email from Timothy Rhoads confirming they did change the email address. Then I received an email from one of the managers Marc saying that he will take care right away of the matter. Two days later the address change is still not done. I have transferred 24 other domain from Register.com, Yahoo.com and others. They all completed the job in 1 day! Yahoo was the best has everything is automatic. Midphase is having fun preventing you to transfer hoping to grab some more dollars from you. I have all proof and can provide copies of all the email from Midphase ot me and vice versa. DO NOT CONTRACT ANY SERVICES WITH MIDPHASE or you will regret it. Do not get trap with their low cost at the end it cost you much more than any other company. Goddaddy is a much better alternative. Boobinette.com Woodland Hills, CaliforniaU.S.A.
Entity: Chicago, Illinois, Nationwide
12, Report #1298807
Apr 09 2016
12:26 PM
ENOM They are a bunch of THIEVES Kirkland Washington
They are THIEVES, be careful, you will never see your precious domains again!!! They will hold hostage your domains and force you to give them your government ID with your picture, birth date, address etc, on top of your credit card. DO NOT SEND THEM YOUR ID, you don't know who these thieves are and there is no need for it. Apple, Google, Microsoft, Amazon and all the biggest companies do not ask for you personal ID and even they do they are at least reputable. You will REGRET it dearly if you send your ID to Enom. They pray on customers that don't have the resources to defend themselves. They will grab by your balls, ask for everything and it doesn't matter because you will never see your domains again. I hope the government or business bureau will shut shut down this illegal gang asap
Entity: Kirkland, Washington
13, Report #1087134
Sep 25 2013
04:25 AM
enom Unauthorised charge Kirkland, WA 98033 New York
Today Enom took $20 out of my bank account for cloud hosting which I did not order nor authorise. James responded by saying I needed to submit a ticket. No apologies nor explanations for taking the money. This company used to be ok, but after this I am going elsewhere
Entity: Kirkland, WA 98033, New York
14, Report #472864
Jul 24 2009
06:37 AM
NameCheap, NameJet, ENom NameJet/NameCheap/eNom scams customers with bait and switch Bellevue Internet
I was recently on NameCheap to allocate an SSL certificate I had pending in my account when I noticed a large banner for .cm pre-registrations. I knew NameCheap had good pricing, so I took a peek. I was redirected to a site called NameJet which said they'd charge no fee for pre-ordering, and if no-one else tried to get the domain name they'd hold the domain somehow, and you could grab it at your registrar. Cool I thought, I entered in a few domains for pre-order. They asked for credit card details in case any of the domains went to auction, with some language in there that I wouldn't need to bit on the domains if I didn't want to. So, all seemed good; until I checked into the site a short while later it showed that my registrar was eNom instead of NameCheap. Checking on eNoms site told me they would charge me $350 per domain the day the land-rush ended. This wasn't what I was expecting, or has been told. So, I get on the horn with NameCheap's live support to let them know I'd been taken for a ride, and wanted the domain pre-ordered canceled. The person at NameCheap informed me that they had absolutely nothing to do with the company from the banner, and they weren't even sure why the banner was there. They suggested I contact NameJet, which I did. My conversation with NameJet looked a bit like this: Customer 07/20/2009 04:49 AM I seen an ad for .cm pre-register on my favorite registrar (NameCheap), and knowing they always charge around $9.69/yr for domains I went though the process for pre-ordering domains (figuring I'd be changed that for 2 years, per usual). However, after completing the process I see the registrar listed on my pre-orders is different than the registrar I clicked your pre-order link on. And, their site shows a cost of $350 per domain (eNom). Which, I am not willing to pay. Can I please have those domains removed/canceled? Thanks Response (Ben H.) 07/20/2009 01:44 PM Hello, Thank you for contacting NameJet Technical Support. I'll be happy to try and take care of this for you. We currently do offer any refunds on submitted orders for .CM domains. Once you pre-order them, you have a very small time before you can remove them. I have forwarded your ticket to management to request an exception on your behalf. While technical support is available 24 hours a day, we have limited access to our database developers after hours. If approved, we will do all we can to make it happen as quickly as possible; however please note we make no guarantees this exception to normal procedures will be approved. Thank you for your patience. I will update you via this ticket as soon as the request is processed or as I have more information available. Best Regards, Ben H. Technical Support Response (Ben H.) 07/22/2009 07:35 AM Hello, Unfortunately our management is unable to remove the orders once they have been submitted to the registry. There is a chance that your domains may still go to auction. If that happens, you will want to ignore the auction and hope that you are outbid. If you have any additional questions regarding this matter, please let me know. Thank you for choosing us as your source for aftermarket domain names. We appreciate your business. Ben H. Technical Support Suffice to say, I'm not a happy camper. My credit card wouldn't even be able to accept the charges for the domains as they would wish to charge them. As a last ditch effort I've also tried contact eNom regarding this, but haven't heard back as of yet. Looking at the NameJet site today, they now have a nice fees link up there, that I'm quite certain wasn't there before although NameCheap continues to be mum about actual costs involved. Does anyone have any suggestions on what I can do to protest (and hopefully fix) this? Update: I'd tried to pre-order a total of 9 domains, expecting to pay the usual namecheap price of $9.69 for two years for each domain, for a total of $174.42. With the $350 they now say I have to pay, that would total $3,150.00. Mozillaman Letang, NorthWest TerritoriesCanada
Entity: Bellevue, Washington
15, Report #1376408
May 31 2017
05:50 PM
ENOM, INC. clams to own a game then picks random real people that donate money to there game an randomly picks them to be a mod PANAMA PANAMA
this person that own this site has got players to donate to them to be mods to personaly  get gain for there game sever or domain. Also they had a choice to do donate.. also note there is no contact email on this website forum to send to owner. if you want more information  look up on whois.com/whois/pokemonpets.com for more information of domain.   
Entity: Internet
16, Report #517055
Oct 29 2009
05:52 PM
Domain Registry Of America Domain registry of America, Brandon Gray Internet Services, NameJuice.com, droa.com, eNom Inc., Wild West Domains Inc. Scam to renew domain and pay obscene amounts of money Buffalo, New York
So today, I received a letter from Domain Register of America, stating that my domain was about to expire (in 5 months) and that I need to renew and to save a lot of time and money in the future that I should pay them $30 USD to renew the domain for 1 year, when it will cost me $7.29 through Go-daddy.  At this time, they will more than likely hi-jack the domain and then make you pay hundreds of dollars just to get it back.  They also give you the option to secure .net or .org for 2 years for ONLY $50.... man.... what savings... I'm gonna sign up with them RIGHT NOW instead of paying $20 bucks for both..  If you receive this letter, call them immediately and demand that they remove your domain from their database, and that you are reporting them to the FTC for violating the WHOIS agreements, where you must agree that you are NOT using this for business purposes or solicitation of services.
Entity: Buffalo, New York
17, Report #495577
Sep 16 2009
06:56 AM
vinefire.com - ENom, Inc - Vinefire.comPhone: joined new company ptc made money according to them when ask i never receved it now the website is down can any one help all of us who believed them Redmond Washington
i joined the vinefire web site to earn some money they said it would be a while for payout as they were trying to get some bigger company to but them so i did it every day and soon the carfox site was shown and you had to join that be active for thirty days and then you could ask for payout so far i have nothing and the site is closed down there were a lot of people who joined and did the viewing for them and i would like to join them in what ever type of action is taken to get the money we have earned
Entity: Redmond, Washington
18, Report #256553
Jun 25 2007
08:14 AM
ENOM INC (0001183199) ripoff dishonest and threating behaviour REDMOND Washington
I refer you to the activities of ENOM INC (0001183199) State location: WA Business Address 16771 NORTHEAST 80TH STREET SUITE 100 REDMOND WA 98052 425-376-0505 Enom account elasmo PLEADING AND PARTICULARS 1.Mikel Marcus Elasmo, has been working solidly for 6 years approx 12 hours per day developing an online enterprise 2.This enterprise included the purchase and management of domains for clients and for personal internet deployment and development 3.Enom Failed in its duty of care in capacity as domain registrar, 4.Enom Inc. caused the loss of domains which had been in the possesion of Mikel Marcus Elasmo 5.Enom Inc. had No authority to charge Mikel Marcus Elasmo's pre paid visa card 6.Enom Inc. without authority created acharge for a domain name all.tc which at the time was registered Adams Names the registrar for .tc doimains, and not with Enom inc. 7.Bopo pre-paid visa Cards Australia, identified the charge as unauthorised and charged back on enom Inc. 8. Elasmo at no time had any knowledge of the charge or the charge back as it did not appear on statments issued by Bopo, nor did eith Enom inc. or Bopo Cards australia advise elasmo 9.Enom inc. insisted Mikel Marcus Elasmo pay them the fees visa charged them for their fraud else the domains would be in peril 10.Mikel Marcus Elasmo refused to the comply to this threat and the account was frozen 11.Enom inc. admitted their error and unsuspended the account after 3 months 12.The account elasmo was unuseable as it had a permanent error No values returned from server 13.EnomInc. Refused to rectify the error and no account / domain management was able to be done 14.Enom inc. allowed a number of domains to expire during the dispute period 15.Enom Inc were approached and asked to rectify the account 16.Enom Inc. cancelled the account stating grounds of likely charge backs 17.Enom inc. have caused grief and losses due to their fraud and unjustified punative behaviour SIGNATURE Name Mikel (((REDACTED))) domains affected by enom inc and their reckless action complete list of domains DomainName accessmenow.com adultstorelive.com all.gs all.io all.ms allgaymusic.com australianvisa.in badabingnitespot.com bigbrothercentral.com bigbrothercentral.info blueadrenalin.com blueadrenalin.info bonkonline.com bonkonline.info cityedgelive.com crossthenight.com cuz.in elasmonet.info elasmonet.info elasmovision.com elazmo.com elivedirect.com fag-tv.com fag-tv.info fag-tv.info fagmark.com fags-r.us fukmedead.com fukmedead.info gayallstars.com gayallstars.info gossipqueen.info gossipqueen.net gulf-arab.com hockyabox.com icnanny.com icnanny.info icnanny.info kingscross.ws kingscrossclub.com latinradio.org latinwebradio.com livevolt.com mastapod.com menlooking4men.info menlooking4men.net namemenow.com phock.biz phukncoffee.com phuky.com poofs-r.us porkys.tv punchbowldiggers.info queeridol.com ramit.in shineit.in stripclub-tv.com structualintelligence.info structuralautomation.com structuralautomation.info study.bz studyvisaaustralia.com their.bz their.in theworldisours.biz twink.bz Mike kings cross, sydneyAustralia
Entity: REDMOND, Washington
19, Report #1371085
May 03 2017
12:26 PM
Glowmenow North Carolina WHOISGUARD PROTECTEDEmailOrganization WHOISGUARD, INC.Created on24 November 2015Updated on08 March 2017Expiration24 November 2017Whois TextDomain Name: GLOWINGMENOW.COM Registrar: ENOM, INC. Sponsoring Registrar IANA ID: 4 Credit card scammers North Caronila and warehouse in Toronto Nationwide
I am attaching this explanation of the facts of this matter.Firstly, I was at a disadvantage to deal with this promptly because I spent from Jan 01, to April 01, 2017 in Barbados. So let’s go back to where this mess started:I accepted an unsolicited email offer on or about December 15, 2016 from Glowmenow to obtain a free sample of their product, but postage was required in advance so I entered my Costco Master Card number for this sample including my phone number, nothing else.I received a phone call from a lady at Glowmenow located in possiblyTexas or North Carolina shortly after this entry. She asked me why I did not fill in an application. I told her no way, send the free sample that you have the postage paid for or cancel the order. She went on to describe how they usually sent an order with the free sample. I was very definite and firm with her that I did not want an order just send the free sample or cancel and return my postage to my Card. At this point she hung up, so this phone conversation served to cancel any orders within a 14 day proviso (as suggested by a Master Card Representative)  since it took place after the Master Card entry for postage. My cancellation message was very clear to the lady who called me from possibly North Carolina and the number is 1-888 695 2310Furthermore, I James was the only contact with this company. They noted my wife’s name, Margaret (a secondary name on the Master Card), knowing full well it is easier to scam a woman than a Male. The illegal Master card entries and shipments to Margaret Scoles are proof of this. Therefore, this is a clear case of unauthorised use of my Costco Master Card for all of these shipments since I am the primary holder.Due to my travel status I missed this as nothing was delivered prior to my departure. My first indication of this fraud was upon checking my January statement. I spent 4 hours on the phone with Glowmenow (1888 695 2310) and managed to get the January entry reversed and all further shipments cancelled. As soon as I mentioned the other two shipments that remain outstanding I was cut off the phone so the person knew full well that all entries were unauthorised and illegal. Furthermore, all shipments except the free sample have been stopped or returned unopened so I received no merchandise from Glowmenow.The remainder of this account to be reversed follows: entry 29/11/2016 posted 30/11/2016 amount $137.72  Entry 17/12/2016 posted 19/12/2017 amount 137.02I requested aggressive action from  Mastercard Security to help recover these amounts as theft from my card, by the unauthorised use of the name Margaret and the fact I never had any contract with this company other than the Free Sample discussion and entry on the card for postage only. The investigation is incomplete.James Scoles (((REDACTED)))
Entity: Nationwide
20, Report #145286
Jun 06 2005
10:19 PM
Zanuc - Campbell Management - enom - Enom.com Ripoff, Scam Charlotte North Carolina
Like many others, my website suddenly disappeared. I contacted Zanuc's support and was promptly ignored. E-mails and phone messages were not returned, or even acknowledged. Since they have removed all phone numbers from their website, I found an old one. (704)905-9483 I called this number repeatedly and finally got an answer. It was Kevin Campbell. He told me that he would, Look into it first thing the next morning. After that, I was never able to reach anyone from the company. While Zanuc claims to have turned over their accounts to CMG Services, my domain name (which I thought I owned) is controlled by Enom.com The phone number for enom inc. is (425)274-4500. The Better Business Bureau of North Carolina has at least eleven complaints filed against Zanuc. American Express is now investigating my disputed charges to Zanuc a.k.a. Campbell Management. I hope this information is helpful to others who made the mistake of going with a smaller company rather than a trusted name... (which I changed to). They are a million times better. Frank Long Beach, CaliforniaU.S.A. sorry, allowing you to give a competitors name would instigate others to just file against their competition, to only come back later to suggest their company your comments on this policy are welcome! CLICK here to see why Rip-off Report, as a matter of policy, deleted either a phone number, link or e-mail address from this Report.
Entity: Charlotte, North Carolina
21, Report #251748
Jun 01 2007
05:42 PM
Moniker.com,moniker Online Services, enom, networksolutions, bme.com, domain name hijackers, white collar crime Pompano Beach bellvevue nationwide
moniker online services,moniker.com,networksolutions.com,enom.com,bme.com,x4.quickhost.com hijacking domain names-copeland.com,copelandcompressors.com,etc. re-directing advertising with intent to steal sales,disrupting company business,false advertising,advertising for clicks, theft by deception,conversion,violating icann rules and ftc rules and rules posted by moniker.com posting copeland corp. (doncopeland.com,copelandcompressors.com,etc.)next to porn (stuq.sexpornhost.com/copelandcompressors.html) breaking federal and state trademarks without knowledge of copeland corp. and emerson products corp. Ernest philadelphia, PennsylvaniaU.S.A.
Entity: Pompano Beach, Pennsylvania
22, Report #578905
Mar 08 2010
01:36 PM
Enom domstar.com., opt2.net, many more! Billing Credit Cards without the REQUIRED CW@! ,The requirement is THEIRS. THEFT! Bellevue, Washington
I just lost almost a hundred dollars to Domstar.com/eNom.com/opt2.net. They took it from my bank account without the CW2 numbers from my credit card that THEY REQUIRE us to give them. In May of 2008, they stole my domain name mandatoryautopsylaw.com but gave it back. The domain name is once again up for sale. They took the website dedicated to my deceased Soldier.They replaced it with mandatoryatopsylaw.com and tried to make me think I had misspelled it. (Do I READ illiterate???)BUT...I have all of this, proof that I own mandatoryautopsylaw.com, in graphic images, emails from them, and text documents. Need more proof? Google mandatory autopsy law and the first page that comes up, the first link listed, DATED MAY 4, 2008, will be MINE. It tells of the initial problem with my domain. (The original attempt of theft)
Entity: Bellevue, Washington
23, Report #1284155
Feb 01 2016
07:36 PM
Siteleader.com Siteleader and Enom Domain Theives Internet
I read the report from DartsWorld regarding Siteleader.com and Enom.com and boy did it bring back the memories.  Nightmares actually.  The same thing happened to me with the same two players and it was years ago.  It is a shame (Sham?) that ICANN (ultimate authority for domain names worldwide) doesn't clean up the Internet and send these two companies packing with their principals in jail.The short version for me was that I had my domain name registered through Siteleader.com a reseller for Enom.com.  They let it expire and then held it for ransom.  They are required to notify me which they didn't (who is going to let their domain expire?)  But lied all along that they had.  Of course for a large sum of money they would gladly give it back.  What do you do?  I paid the ransom.But then instead of getting it back they gave it to another resailer in Russia who then wanted money.  I complained bitterly to Enom.com.  They have insulated themselves very well from thier resellers and Couldn't do anything because I couldn't prove it was my domain.  Of course the content on the domain had changed and caused my google and other search engine rankings to crash.  Some lawyer in Southern Califorinia is/was behind Enom.com but was also VERY insulated.  I could not get Siteleader.com or Enom.com to budge.  I would not deal with the Russia company and I think it then went to an Indian company.I contacted ICANN, a lawyer, the FBI and Department of Justices in Illinois (Siteleader.com) and Washingon State (Enom.com).  Lawyer said it would cost a ton and may not succeed.  FBI interestingly sent me to a data base to register my complaint in hopes that enough people would also do that and it would lift my complaint up to something they could afford to spend time on.  I did.  I don't remember the site name, but couldn't post it here anyway.  Contact the FBI, they would know.About that time ICANN started a new Ombudsman program and I was able to deal with people at ICANN who were there to help people like us.  I hope they still have it.  After explaining my situation, and some back and forth between ICANN, Enom.com, and Siteleader.com.  I finally got it back, but siteleader.com was still my registrar.  With ICANN's help I was able to get it transferred away from them and over to a real company like GoDaddy or the like.It was a nightmare to lose my domain and I spent countless hours working on it and not sleeping, just like anyone reading this is most likely.  My advice to all is do NOT use Enom or Siteleader.  If you are with them start working now to transfer away from them to a real registrar.  I warn you, they will fight you and not like you, but it is easier to do that before you lose it than after.If you haven't done business with these people DON'T!  RUN away.If you have found yourself in the situation DartsWorld and I found ourselves in Report it to the FBI and work diligently and respectfully with ICANN.  They can fix it, they fixed mine.Spread the word everywhere you can about Enom and Siteleader.  Good luck!
Entity: Internet
24, Report #498943
Sep 22 2009
09:52 PM
Enom Domain registrar and reseller Enom's fraudulent use of my credit card Internet *EDitor's Suggestions on how to get your money back into your bank account that someone wrongfully takes it from you!
I noticed a charge on my credit card which I did not recognize, so I asked my credit card company (Capital One) to remove the charge.  Enom contacted me and told me they had seized my domain, for my failure to pay the domain registration fee.  I told them that I did not recognize the charge (since Enom had sold the domain registration to another company I did not know, and the charge appeared under this unknown name). To clarify, I originally registered the domain through a 3rd party, in Florida, but I received verification of the registration from Enom, so I assumed Enom was the real registrar. And Enom was the company that contacted about the credit card issue.  I asked them to overlook this mistake, made since I did not recognize the credit card charge. It is a simple matter to resubmit the charge. However Enom refused to do this, telling me first that I had to go through the Florida reseller. The reseller, of course, said I had to deal witb Enom. Enom then told me I had to pay a $200 reinstatement fee because they had already paid their own domain fees (which amount to about fifty cents a year) with NIC or whatever it is called.   Enom then (this is the fraud part) took the extraordinary step of seizing another of my domains. They refunded the payment on my credit card for this domain registration. And again told me I had to pay a $200 reinstatement fee. I asked why they had done this, and they said that I had misused my credit card (removed the charge) for the first domain, so they were going to take all of my domains.  I told them I had used a DIFFERENT card to charge this domain. They have no right to undo a charge on an already-accomplished transaction without the credit card holder's permission. This would be similar to buying some furniture, paying for it and taking it home. A year later, the furniture company puts the money back on your credit card and comes into your home and reposesses the furniture.  Regardless of this illegal activity on my credit card, it is illegal for a charging party to arbitrarily remove all previous charges it had made on a credit card, not just the disputed charge, without notifying and obtaining agreement from the credit card holder. I did write to the Washington State Attorney General. While sympathetic they responded that there was not enough money involved for them to pursue this. They only had time and workers to file legal action if the amount of money involved was over $10,000. I think Washington State protects Microsoft and Enom, judging from their lack of interest to pursue any legal action whatsoever, even write a letter or make a phone call.    EDitor's Suggestions on how to get your money back! HERE IS WHAT RIP-OFF REPORT SUGGESTS YOU DO: Go to your bank within 60 days of the charge, or as soon as you know about the charge, don't delay, and tell them that there has been fraudulent activity within your account. Explain that you wish to file a dispute, and demand that they assist you in accordance with Federal Regulation E. According to the majority of victims interviewed by Rip-off Report, those who immediately called their banks to dispute the charges did not get very far. Many victims got the following responses from their banks: we could not do anything for you or you waited too long; it has been more than 60 days. If the bank is says that you have waited too long, explain to them how you called their 800 number as soon as the charges were found, and were told by the bank that nothing could be done. Remind the bank that they failed to assist you properly at the 800 #, and instead, provided you with an inadequate explanation of your right to dispute. Tell the bank that it's their fault time has expired, and since they gave you the wrong info to begin with, they will just have to deal with it, take the loss and reverse the charges. Tell them the truth; this was unauthorized and your account was NOT to be charged! Keep emphasizing how you never authorized anything! Direct them to the hundreds of victims reports that were filed on Rip-off Report.com. And if you're at the bank, walk them over to their computer and make them go to this site! If you are on the phone with them, tell them you will wait while they access this site! Either way, be persistent! DO NOT TAKE NO FOR AN ANSWER! Let them know nicely, that you were advised to Report them (the Bank) and this situation to the Banking Commission in your state. Since each state has a different name for the agency/controller over banks, find that name before you call or get to the bank so you can throw it in their face. The more knowledgeable you appear to be, the further you will get. And just continue to demand the Federal Regulation E form! The bank CAN, MUST and WILL reverse the charge! But, you must be persistent; ask to speak to the supervisor or the area manager for all the branches in the state. Let the bank personnel know you are meeting with the media later in the day, that you would much rather they do the right thing (as most other banks have) by looking at the complaints and immediately reversing the charge(s) to your account; no matter how long ago it was. Be sure to call the Media if necessary so you are telling the truth. If you have to, be loud (but nice) in front of other customers. If you are just calling by phone, the above tactics should still work. The bank can easily fax or mail to you the Federal Regulation E dispute form. CHARGES TO YOUR CREDIT CARD If the charge was to your credit card (not debit card, check card, or checking account), contact the credit card company as soon as possible to request a dispute form. Consumers usually have a little longer to dispute fraudulent credit card charges (up to 6 months), but it is better to act right away. In this type of situation, credit card disputes are usually successful since fraudulent companies often won't contest the disputed charge. In rare cases, credit card companies will review disputes, but refuse to reverse the charges. If this occurs, complain to a manager and let them know you will be filing a report here. Remember Don't let them get away with it! Make sure they make the Rip-off Report .. The more Reports filed on a Company or individual, the more likely it is that the authorities, media and attorneys will want to take action. And good luck Let us know how you do! ED Magedson Founder RipoffReport.com Author of www.ripoffrevenge.com Rip-off Report PO Box 310, Tempe, Arizona 85280
Entity: , Internet
25, Report #332957
May 16 2008
12:42 PM
Moniker.com,moniker Online Services, enom, networksolutions, bme.com, Domainsystems.com fraud, breach of contract, theft, violation of ICANN rules, violation of trademark Pompano Beach Florida
This is THE worst company I have ever dealt with in my life. After paying them thousands of dollars over many years and telling them over and over, NEVER to cancel ANY of our domains, we had a clear understanding. Then one year Outlook delivered their renewal reminder to my Spam box and I never saw them. By chance I was in my Moniker account a couple of days after those names were due for renewal. However during the supposed grace period as described in their contract, my names were NOT VISABLE in my account! If they were I most certainly would have renewed them. Instead my predicament was hidden. Just by chance I found out one domain (WHICH WAS OUR ACTIVE BUSINESS DOMAIN which we had to pay thousands for to get back!) was now registered to someone else in the whois! At this time the grace period they promise in their contract JUST STARTED. Meanwhile the name had already been sold. I immediately contacted their support and begged them to stop the transfer. Instead they did nothing except tie it up, in plain breach of their contract. About a week or two went by and the new owner gained full control. They never paid me a penny (again in breach of their contract), They then sold my most valuable domains (many I bought about 12 years ago). I had been paying them for renewals for years and they have earned thousands from our renewals. They fully breached their contract since it plainly says they won't do this and they'd never sell a name during their grace period, if you email their support during that time (which I have proof I did). This is also in plain violation of ICANN policy, so owners don't loose names like this! The contract also says they'd park a warning page on the domain as a final attempt to give the rightful owner one more reminder. Afterall, this is what a grace period was meant for. That too was never done. Instead of making me aware -- they actually hid my situation from me!!!! That is especially disappointing when we were customers for so many years and had a verbal agreement, NEVER to cancel any of our names! We had that agreement with several of their employees and both owners. We then sought legal action against them. However, according to their contract they limit damages to the cost of the registration! So although I would win a breach of contract case against them and I lost names that might have been worth a $100,000, the most I could win in court is the cost of renewals! So here you have a company that hides domains that are in the grace period and sells them! They pocket the money and worst case, they'd owe you the cost of renewals on them, if you take them to court and spend thousands! So they have a great legal scam going! And to this day, they have never even apologized. Instead they were incredibly rude on top of it. I kept trying to ask, On what day did you lose control of my domain?. I at least felt they owed me that information after having names with them for about 6 years. They never answered me, cause of course it would prove they sold them during my grace period! Their contract and ads are full of lies plain and simple. I could go on and on how they don't respect ICANN rules either. Please boycott these #@*?U.S.A.
Entity: Pompano Beach, Florida

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