I hope that someone here can provide insight and suggestions re this.... For many years I have had a blog reviewing science apps. It gets some traffic (about 190,000 visits over many years), and I have earned modest Adsense from it. When I checked my Adsense a couple of days ago I noticed that I had a domain name I didn't recognize. I don't want to give it traffic, but if anyone wants to know the name PM me. It is ozt******.xyz, in case anyone else has had similar issues. I discovered that the domain name is (with masking) redirecting to my blog, just as though it was the site of my blog. Also, it has generated more than usual clicks, all from Turkey, last two days. So what to do? (a) For the life of me I can't seem to see any way to alert Adsense other than filling out a technical form from Adsense, which I have done alerting them (twice). (b) With GDPR it is hard to get much, but I was able to determine that the name was first registered at Namecheap on June 30. I have filled out a ticket at Namecheap asking them to hopefully deregister the site, or at least send them a warning. (c) I could also determine that the DNS have been moved from Namecheap to Cloudflare. I can't, without being a customer, figure out a way to request them to do something (perhaps Namecheap will alert them). (d) I did not want my Adsense account to be deactivated, so I took all ads off the page for now. Of course there is nothing to present directing to some other page. Would really like advice re what might be the game in this for them. I still control the site, so not sure how they benefit, or is it just a malicious attack? Also, any advice on more directly contacting Adsense or Cloudflare would help. Anything else I should do? Thank you, PS I should have clarified, this is not to any of my own domain sites, but a blogger site. So I can't use commands to prevent redirection to it.