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Stolen Domain Aqm.com

Located in Warnings and Alerts started by fattee77, May 23, 2016.

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  1. ZapNano

    ZapNano :( VIP

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    What is wrong with these thieves; And whats up with " Enom"? Catch the thief and charged them.. Report!!!!
     
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  2. gilescoley

    gilescoley Top Member PRO VIP ★★★★★★★★★★

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    I really hate people like that, karma will get them eventually. I hope you get your name back.
     
  3. DomainRocker

    DomainRocker New Member

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    oh my God, Sign up for such a long history of the domain name actually stolen.really a pity,Quick contact domain name service provider and let them help you recover it.
    I wish you a speedy recover domain,loss reduction
     
  4. fattee77

    fattee77 Established Member ★★★★★★★★★★

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    Mail from Ename:

    As per checking, the domain was transferred from NameSilo, LLC to eName, not from eNom. We have no information while the domain was with eNom. We have replied to eNom’s inquiry. Please contact eNom directly for assistance. Thank you.

    Best regards,

    ------------------
    Overseas BD specialist
    eName Technology Co., Ltd.
    Tel: +86.592.5954294
    Fax: +86.592.2669760
    Z.C:361005
     
    Last edited: May 24, 2016
  5. fattee77

    fattee77 Established Member ★★★★★★★★★★

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    Does anybody have any direct contacts at Namesilo? A manager, owner or something similar?

    Thanks,

    Fatih
     
  6. richface

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    I would Suggest reaching out to Chris Mcmurry. You can message him via Linkedin he is very high up and might be able to point you in the right direction . Here is the Link.
     
  7. fattee77

    fattee77 Established Member ★★★★★★★★★★

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  8. LucidDomains

    LucidDomains LucidDomains.com VIP

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    Sorry to hear about your situation.

    You say it was your third time it happened to you? Do you have 2FA enabled?
     
  9. fattee77

    fattee77 Established Member ★★★★★★★★★★

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    Thanks. I had additional questions before logging into my account. Is that the same as 2FA?
     
  10. N-A

    N-A Account Closed

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    No, 2fa would be a text, call, or the use of Google Authenticator on your mobile device containing a one time use pin that needs to be entered each time you login. I'd suggest using it in the future; and start now to protect your current names. That is, if it's available at your registrar. If not, move to a place that does, such as Uniregistry.
     
  11. fattee77

    fattee77 Established Member ★★★★★★★★★★

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    OK, that's a bit different than I thought. I will defnitely do that and also will turn privacy on. However I am locked out of my Enom account currently, so I'll do it once I have control over my account again.

    Thanks,

    Fatih
     
  12. LucidDomains

    LucidDomains LucidDomains.com VIP

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    This.

    2FA is a must have. Go to every registrar you have domains with and if they have the feature, turn it on!
     
  13. fattee77

    fattee77 Established Member ★★★★★★★★★★

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    Gonna use it definitely from now on. Thanks,
     
  14. fattee77

    fattee77 Established Member ★★★★★★★★★★

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    Unbelievably "helpful" response I received from Namesilo. Can't believe they are actually saying this:


    Van: NameSilo Support - 7 Datum: 24 mei 2016 13:12:24 CESTAan: Fatih Turna Onderwerp:Antw.: Aqm . com stolen

    We will not keep replying with the same information. For the last time, you need to work through Enom. You have no affiliation with our company and have never been a Registrant in our system. We therefore have no standing to get involved on your behalf. Feel free to send this to anyone else you like, but the answer will not change, and we will not continue replying with the same instructions. Sorry you do not like our answer, but that does not mean it will change.

    Thanks,

    NameSilo support
    On 5/24/2016 4:10 AM, Fatih Turna wrote:

    I did that already and they are on it. I want Namesilo to look into it as well. I am sending this to Chris McCurry as well.

    Fatih


    Op 24 mei 2016 om 12:45 heeft NameSilo Support - 7 het volgende geschreven:

    Please contact Enom for further help and next steps.

    Thanks,

    NameSilo support
    On 5/23/2016 11:49 PM, Fatih Turna wrote:

    But the domain was fraudulently transferred from Enom to Namesilo?


    Thanks,


    Fatih
    Verstuurd vanaf mijn iPhone
     
  15. Aspiring Billionaire

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    Sorry to hear @fattee77, hope all ends well.

    I had no idea that even in an industry (established and worth billions) where a digital paper-trail exists, there is no solution to remedy a dispute like theft. I would imagine an example of something like:

    If ownership is queried, the complainant legally reports the issue with local authorities, then provide the "case number" to the current registrar. The onus then lies on the new DN owner "if DN was acquired in the last x-amount of days" to provide the necessary proof-of-purchase for the DN, within x-amount of days - failure of which would result in the DN returned to previous owner, who will need to provide last proof-of-payment (we all simply keep record of our proof-of-payments).

    Small price to pay in the form of inconvenience, when compared to being a victim of daylight robbery where everyone standing by can do nothing but observe. Anyway, what a lesson for a newbie like me :!:

    @David Walker, would enabling the 2fa be a guarantee (done and dusted implementation) that one's domain name is secure (provided that one's actual mobile phone is not stolen)?

    Thank you for all the selfless contributions from all participants in this thread, very refreshing.

    Regards
    Clint
     
  16. fattee77

    fattee77 Established Member ★★★★★★★★★★

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    Thanks Clint. Still waiting for reply from the involved parties.
     
  17. AEProgram

    AEProgram Upgraded Member Blue Account VIP

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    How did they get into your account?
     
  18. LucidDomains

    LucidDomains LucidDomains.com VIP

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    I'm sure NameSilo get 100s of emails per month from shady users who are trying to get hold off domains by every trick in the book. I'm giving you the benefit of the doubt it seems you have a legitimate claim, however they don't know this. My advice would be don't burn the bridge with NameSilo, just follow it up with Enom and let Enom liaise with NameSilo. Although this has never happened to me, it's just my opinion.

    Good luck, I hope you get your domain back.
     
  19. fattee77

    fattee77 Established Member ★★★★★★★★★★

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    I am not sure yet
     
  20. ProDomanico

    ProDomanico Established Member

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    Possibly you would be using the same password on multiple domain registration sites.. ( OR ) run a keylogger on your computer.
    Now a days anything is possible in the cybernet.
     
  21. AEProgram

    AEProgram Upgraded Member Blue Account VIP

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    did you have special questions setup on your enom account as security prior to logging in?
     
  22. fattee77

    fattee77 Established Member ★★★★★★★★★★

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    Extra security questions
     
  23. fattee77

    fattee77 Established Member ★★★★★★★★★★

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    Can anybody recommend an affordable lawyer who can file a case in Virginia/Washington?
     
  24. LarryDomain

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    No lawyers are affordable. Better to just get a good one with history in the field. He can take 1 day while a cheap lawyer may take months. Ask for history of what they have done in the past.
     
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