Labeled as warning in Warnings and Alerts started by American, Jan 9, 2018.
//// note screenshots from OP's attached .docx in previous post from this thread. I am not 100% that I included every screenshot, but I tried to.
Too many info to look into. @American, what's the status? Did you get any positive response from NetSol?
no,they just told me wait,that's terrible service.
That's seriously bad. I really hope you get it back soon.
@Grilled Have you considered renaming to DetectiveGrilled?
Any update on this @American ?
If I were in this kind of distressing situation, I would have immediately consulted a veteran lawyer to act on this. Stress greatly affects one's health and can effectively weaken the immune system, causes hypertension, fatigue, depression, anxiety, diabetes, heart disease and a lot more complicated health conditions. I admire OP's patience and perseverance and his high hope of recovering either his money or the disputed domain name. However, in my opinion, the most favorable step to undertake at this point is to utilize the services of a good lawyer.
please contact me . i can help you.
Interested to know if there's any update on the situation...
please contact me again i receive your email but its removed as spam .
Holly crap..... @Grilled you are the man....
i just bumped into this thread and just would like to light some more fire under it.
I don't agree with @jberryhill on this one. Networks Solutions has for long selling itself as a secure registrar but they are one of the most easy Registrars to steal domains from. Things have improved progressively since Web.com took control, like hiding the administrative contact email address, account information and user ID from their "forgot user id/password" recovery system. But they are still very prone to fake ID based hijacks and some social engineering.
I will be shortly posting some findings that I have been collecting over the years regarding stolen domains from Network Solutions that have went under that radar and that are linked to a very well known and respected entity in the domain world.
.. this is gonna get interesting once @tonecas adds more info.
sorry,don't have update,web.com just told me wait,escrow.com locked my friend id,i have no idea about that.
I'm not sure what you disagree with.
Domains can be stolen in any number of ways. This was an apparently stolen domain name which Netsol returned to the owner. I can't recall making any comment to the effect that Netsol is any more or less secure than any other registrar.
There have been a lot of domain names stolen at Netsol, and at other registrars over the years. Do they manage to figure out and fix every one? No, not by a long shot.
But what is it you believe we disagree about?
Separate names with a comma.