Discussion in 'Warnings and Alerts' started by deez007, Nov 22, 2016.
Got the same email yesterday. Actually wanted to answer: F U... but why bother? Just deleted it.
You sure it wasn't Floyd Mayweather calling you out on email trying to organize a high stakes fight.
hhaah sorry that was too tempting, I'm sure your probably get those sorta jokes made daily..... must have been even worse when Nate Diaz won...
I reported it phishing, thanks @deez007
Yep... I have been called out here on Namepros. But someone was foolish enough to bet on Jose Aldo. The wager was a domain into my account.
Hahaha well played!!!
They are now "domaincopS.net" and with Enom. I submitted an abuse complaint with Enom, again the domain name is 1day old and already spamming. They even have a page set up now.
Jeepers man, dont these guys ever give up....lol
Thanks for the heads up dude, good think you reported to Enom as well. .
Same story with a different domain of mine
Received: from mail.domaincops.net ([126.96.36.199]) by mx-ha.gmx.net (mxgmx012 [188.8.131.52]) with ESMTP (Nemesis) id 0MOkHW-1cIUDx3qQI-0063Kf for <[email protected]
Seems they survive only hours or days per try - yet they still do it - so enough fools must be falling for it?
Why does nobody remove people like that from our society?
Just "reporting" abuse really is not enough for that kind of scum. No?
Update: Response of ENOM: (Tatyana Petrischeva <[email protected]
Thank you for your email regarding the domain name domaincops.net. While the domain name does have Namecheap.com as the registrar, we cannot oversee the data being transmitted through its website. We do not own the domain name mentioned in your complaint, we are simply the company the domain name was purchased from.
However, as we can see the domain name is listed in both SpamHaus DBL and SURBL blacklists. Since we consider SpamHaus and SURBL to be trusted organizations, we opened a case regarding the domain name. Please allow about 48 hours for our further investigation.
They sure are in a hurry to shut these crooks down. So I guess that "business-model" of them DomainCops is a winner after all?
They must be scammers, I just yesterday received their warning about a domian that expired months ago!
If it quacks like a duck ..........
....and one week later:
Kirill Lyakhovich <abuse @ namecheap . com>
reply-to: abuse @ namecheap . com
date: Tue, Dec 6, 2016 at 12:02 AM
subject: [~QDX-587-38654]: Fwd: WARNING - PHISHING (most likely) Fwd: Domain Abuse Notice:
This is to inform you that domaincops .net domain has been suspended in our system.
Please let us know if we may be of any further assistance.
Oh? Really? THAT "quick"?
Sort of shows that it's not a top-priority for namecheap / enom to stop fraudsters.
I wonder, if anyone has been victimized between enom having been informed about the problem, and their reacting, they - imho - should take legal action against enom!
Received same exact email for a domain I purchased recently, but from a domain name DomainCop247.com
domain key signature: rsa-sha1; c=nofws; q=dns; s=dkim; d=domaincop247.com; b=ScjuzO0HXTzVOeDRFW1JtEE+nQRBfeKmk5a2ZhAEPZjDaJ+IZXEmrxpkUB9vvOkkTaFDyL8eUaZz hKnj2NFxcUjIiN2LNBqE2IDmkSTHquuB+bcYU9frLE7ak5s/EbTlufM5+Zhc6SaoYdASyaduycY0 fHLGsyNtbfNhOkohBd8=;
Separate names with a comma.