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Jun 6, 2015
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Plausible credit card abuse / identity theft. Enter no information; follow no links; do NOT open/reply to email(s). re: https://www.mywot.com/forum/56442-trafficersolutions-com-a-subtle-threat-extended DNS: https://www.robtex.com/dns/domainrseo.net.html DNS: http://bgp.he.net/dns/domainrseo.net
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Jun 6, 2015
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This site is a scam SEO operation that attempts to coerce the unsuspecting domain owner of any given site that they need to renew their domain registration though them or their site will suffer. Scam, scam, scam.
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Mar 23, 2015
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Warning: Malware / Scams - stay away! Member of a cluster of sites which advertise fake traffic generator tools to webmasters by spam email timed and loosely designed to resemble domain registration renewal notices, with a disclaimer in obscured text. Risks: tracking, spam, credit card fraud, identity theft, malware. Do not provide any financial or personal data. Multiple scanners found malware on all but one of these sites: domainrseo.com, domainrseo.net, domainrseo.org, orderreceipt1075389.com, domainrssr.com, domainseoservice.com, domainseoservice.net, domainseoservice.org References: domainrseo.net http://www.urlvoid.com/scan/domainrseo.net/
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Jan 12, 2015
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WARNING: New Internet scam out of a shoebox office in Florida. Called Domain SEO Service Registration Corp. It's the same, tired old false flag operation. 1.) Perpetrator looks up domain names (owner contact information is public) 2.) Perpetrator e-mails domain-name owner with an official looking "Payment Notice" 3.) Threatening "expiration" deadlines are made in the Payment Notice The perp makes it look like you are renewing your domain name, but in reality, and through some seriously twisted use of English language (that leaves one's head swimming), you are signing up for one year of search-engine optimization. Most people would not understand this, and the perp wants it that way.
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Jan 11, 2015
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absolute illegal - phishing customer datas from clients with "domain renewal"
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Dec 30, 2014
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WARNING !!!!!! This is A SCAM WEBSITE, DON'T TRUST IT, THEY WILL STEAL YOUR DOMAIN .
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Dec 18, 2014
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SCAM ALERT ! This is NOT a domain name registrar but just another scammer trying to sell (and then steal) you your own domain FOR 10 TIMES THE REGULAR PRICE... Stay away from this bunch of SOBs !
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Nov 29, 2014
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WARNING: New Internet scam out of a shoebox office in Florida. Called Domain SEO Service Registration Corp. It's the same, tired old false flag operation. 1.) Perpetrator looks up domain names (owner contact information is public) 2.) Perpetrator e-mails domain-name owner with an official looking "Payment Notice" 3.) Threatening "expiration" deadlines are made in the Payment Notice 4.) Payment notice written in legal-technical gobbledegook to scare people into paying. The perp makes it look like you are renewing your domain name, but in reality, and through some seriously twisted use of English language (that leaves one's head swimming), you are signing up for one year of expensive search-engine optimization. Many people would not understand this, and the perp wants it that way. Registered in Florida, but likely owned by a HK firm? Hard to tell. Here's the registration data: Florida Profit Corporation DOMAIN SEO SERVICE REGISTRATION CORP. Filing Information Document NumberP14000093458 FEI/EIN Number NONE Date Filed 11/17/2014 State FL Status ACTIVE Office/Director/Agent: TAUBERT, MATTHIAS (Matthias Taubert) Principal Address 5379 LYONS RD. (452), COCONUT CREEK, FL 33073
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Nov 29, 2014
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Scam site engaged in misleading illegal activity owned by Chinese criminal zhu bing
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