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I received an offer XX,XXX from Brazil but hey told me to Take out a certificate?

Labeled as discuss in Domain Buying and Selling Discussion, started by gkorry, Feb 16, 2020

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  1. gkorry

    gkorry sellsdomain Gold Account

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    I received an offer XX.XXX from Brazil , and told me the domain broker
    to Take out a certificate from this site name-audit.com for compliance certificates and support copies in all languages

    Is this site real or reliable? or cheat

    I need help From the experts
     
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  2. Abdullah Abdullah

    Abdullah Abdullah Top Contributor VIP

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    Dont fall for it. It is a cheat as you said.
     
  3. sharfab

    sharfab Established Member

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    "This is a "OLD SCAM".... Beware!!!
     
  4. Samer

    Samer Top Contributor VIP

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    Report to any relevant agency

    they disgrace the domain game

    Samer
     
  5. carob

    carob Top Contributor VIP ★★★★★★★★★★

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    Very common scam. Tell them after they pay you a big deposit you'll do the appraisal.
     
  6. gkorry

    gkorry sellsdomain Gold Account

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    thank you a lot:'( , I did not pay them :happy:
     
  7. gtldomainer

    gtldomainer Established Member

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    One of very good ol’ appraisal scam this is. :xf.confused::xf.confused:
     
  8. HotKey

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  9. homebuyer

    homebuyer Established Member ★★★★★★★★★★

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    The domain name-audit .com was registered a month (01-15-20) ago. A recently registered domain in a solicitation email is a sure sign of a scam. Always check the whois info of the sender and any domain included in his email.

    So the sender wanted copies in all languages? Yep, yah never know when that primitive, long-lost tribe in the inner recesses of the Amazon that talks in clicks and grunts will need a copy.
     
  10. Mister Funsky

    Mister Funsky Top Contributor VIP

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    It's an old scam run by a relatively small group of losers scattered all over the planet (some free lancers jump in from time to time). Tell them to never contact you again and let them know you are sharing all their contact info on domainer blogs.
     
  11. AIS01

    AIS01 domainer VIP

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    Scam Scam Scam Scam :)
     
  12. Jean Carlos

    Jean Carlos Established Member

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    the same thing happened to me with a domain long ago, they made me an offer $ xx, xxx for a domain that is not worth $ xx, I researched on the web and discovered that it was a scam!!!
     
  13. johnn

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    Tell him to buy the certificate and you will deduct the fees from the selling price.
     
  14. alcy

    alcy Top Contributor VIP

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    here is bottom line:

    when someone wants yer name... your not the guy who supposed to be payin somethin

    remember this and u be ok
     
  15. Inspiredigitalsol

    Inspiredigitalsol New Member

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    I got one from Israel! Offered 105000 Israel currency for a 1699 domain. I figured was a scam from their first line of the email. They ask the same plus a trademark to be done. Looks like been around for a while!!
     
  16. Safak

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    It's a scam. They even have telegram groups with many fake reviews. Just say that this website looks like a scam and they will block you instantly. :)

    Another scam method i encountered so far is; trying to use a fake website for crypto exchange. They will say something like; "The thing is I have all my funds on the cryptoexchange ... now. And problem is that I reached the monthly withdrawal limit there. Now i can send my funds only using internal exchange transfer, because I can't use the withdrawal until ..."
     
  17. cooljub

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    Like here: Selling domain - am I being scammed?
     

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