Spam Hall of Shame – Phishing Fake Call Attempt From Call 206-400-9013

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No one likes to be scammed. So hopefully you found this article from doing a quick search of one of the scam numbers or word search on the voice mails that these scammers leave.

If you have, then you’re lucky as after reading this you won’t fall victim to the federal criminal offense or similar voicemail scam that continues to be hot in the wild.

This is one of the top scams that is still occurring today. Join other fellow readers by submitting the scam number and leaving a comment, ensuring they won’t have a chance to scam anyone else.

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Not too often we get calls this bad to our business number leaving full voicemail scare tactic message to truly display what type of scum live out there.

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Important Notice Expiration Notice For Your Domain Scam

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As we know there are people all over the world using different unethical tactics to try to obtain money from unsuspecting victims. Some do it without actually breaking the law. Such as leveraging these bogus domain expiration emails that are pouring in to unsuspecting business owners email accounts.

If you received a similar email such as the one below, and wondering what you should do, read on to find out more.

First, how are they getting all your companies information? Well that is easy, as every domain name registered displays the registrants personal email, company address, phone number to the public.

You can find your public listed information by typing in your domain name at the official ICANN Domain Name Registrar site: Unless you purchase additional services to hide it or have a reputable web firm registrar it on your behalf, its fair game.  We offer both secure domain registration options for our clients.

These folks that send these emails scrape the internet for this public information, even get triggered when new domains are registered so they have all the info needed, including your name, email address, home address and when the domain expires, which is all used against you.

Next, they add fear and limited time to the equation. The whole email structure is to capture fear that something is going to happen if you don’t respond. So the next step is to have you quickly read the headings, since they know your busy and don’t have time to read the whole thing.

They figure you know you need a domain name to properly display your website (and keep your email working), so they state its going to expire.

Here is the fine print:

This important expiration notification notifies you about the expiration notice of your domain registration for search engine optimization submission. The information in this expiration notification may contain confidential and/or legally privileged information from the notification processing department of the Domain Seo Service Registration to purchase our search engine traffic generator. We do not register or renew domain names. We are selling traffic generator software tools. This information is intended for the use of the individual(s) named above.If you fail to complete your domain name registration search engine optimization service by the expiration date, may result in the cancellation of this search engine optimization domain name notification notice.

But in reality, its a ploy to buy some type of SEO service service, which they don’t explain what that entails unlike our SEO service page.  I have tracked many of these types of emails coming from mail servers located in other countries outside the US.

So what do you do if you receive an email like this and its not from your website hosting or domain services provider? Simply delete it and/or mark it as spam in your email client.

What happens if you did fall for this and send them money for it? Technically consider it a lesson learned. As they will not provide a refund and they keep changing the company and email these come from to prevent action taken on them.

Hopefully this provides a little insight on these types of scam emails targeting specifically to business and non-profits that have websites.

Let us know if you have received a similar email or if you know of anyone who actually signed up for this in the comments below.

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Spam Hall of Shame – Phishing Fake Form Submit Info From – 818-639-8611

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Stop Spam - Although some of it is funnyHopefully you find this post (from search of “what number is 818-639-8611” before you fall victim to the scam. Its common to get fake form information sent to us, but generally they don’t use the same email address over and over.

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