Domain Name Scams
Not everything is created equal on the World Wide Web... especially when it comes down to acquiring and protecting the security of your domain name identity.
It's no secret that there are many online domain name companies that cheat their clients by invoking domain name scams, ploys and tactics in order to compromise a business domain name identity and ownership- in order to make extra profits.
As with credit card money transfers over the Internet, you should also treat your domain name with the same sense of security.
Your domain name is very much like physical real estate... you wouldn't just allow anyone to come in your home or business and take it away from you.
A domain name is cyber property- and in many cases, just as valuable or more than physical property or real estate.
Buyers should beware... there are a whole host of unscrupulous domain name companies using domain name scams, ploys and tactics to steal your domain name and established identity. And in many instances, it can happen before you register and purchase it.
Protect your domain name identity
Take precautions in acquiring your domain name. When it comes to cheap domain name prices... domain name buyers beware. The old adage.... "if it sounds too good to be true, it probably is" applies here dramatically.
If you are new to the prospect of acquiring your own domain name, we strongly suggest you read the following articles before you purchase your domain name from anyone. Get the cold hard domain name facts on how easy it is to loose your domain name- sometimes even before you make the decision to register and purchase it.
Domain name scams and ploys are on the rampage, and there are many of them out there these days. Remember this...you only get what you pay for. Not everything on the WWW is picture perfect. Domain Name buyers must beware.
Domain Name Scams To Avoid
Cheap Domain Names
Is buying a cheap domain name a better buy? Buyers' best beware.
Domain Name Registration Renewal Scam
This very effective domain name registration renewal scam usually comes from a pretender, and not your domain name's original registrar company. It makes its arrival by U.S. Postal Mail, in the form of a notice or billing for domain name registration renewal, and it looks authentic enough to fool the best.