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Domainer files lawsuit claiming Roxi.com is stolen

Lawsuit seeks to recover Roxi.com. A domain name investor has filed a lawsuit (pdf) to try to recover Roxi.com, which was allegedly stolen. John Lee of Precision Telephone Services, Inc. filed the lawsuit. The suit claims that he was the original registrant of the domain name in 1999. The domain name was subsequently hijacked from […]

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Sedo removes stolen domain SOT.com from its marketplace

Sedo removed the stolen domain, SOT.com, from its marketplace, and terminated its auction. As we reported yesterday, the owner of SOT.com reached out to us with information about the domain’s unlawful transfer away from Dotster, to Spanish domain registrar, Nominalia; the owner is working on getting the domain back. According to our research, the domain […]

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Domain crime : 864.com reported as stolen

We have received a report that 864.com is a stolen domain name; the same thief controls the stolen asset, ASZ.com. The domain 864.com has been offered for sale to domain brokers in private. Independent reviews confirmed that the domain is not in the possession of its lawful owner. We also received proof that the same […]

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Domain theft : Report of stolen domain names for August 2017

We’re rolling out a monthly list of domain names that remain stolen, based on previous documented incidents or other investigative reports. Domain theft is rampant, and scumbags who steal domain names often attempt to dispose of these assets quickly. Alternate methods involve the direct communication with buyers in private, often requiring payments in Bitcoin or […]

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Namesilo, wake up : KZRA.com is a stolen domain name!

The domain KZRA.com has been stolen from its rightful owner, Christian Calvin, founder of Plenty Of Brands. The aged four letter .com domain was moved unlawfully, away from GoDaddy to NameSilo. The Indian thief is using the email address domain9058235@gmail.com which is also matched to the domain Teenhub.com; we’d assume the latter is stolen as […]

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