"www.livedomainservice.com" - a Fraudulent Domain SEO Service Registration Website

www.livedomainservice.com - a Fraudulent Domain SEO Service Registration Website

"www.livedomainservice.com" is a fraudulent website created by cyber-criminals to steal their potential victims’ money, by claiming the victims are paying for search engine optimization (SEO) services and domain name renewal. The fraudulent website that goes by the name: Domain SEO Service Registration Corp., and claims it offers high quality search engine optimization service that keeps your site ranking high, has been sending out fake domain name expiration offer notices like the one below via email messages, to thousands of domain name owners, in an attempt to trick them into paying for services that the fake website does not offer.

Online users are asked not to visit the fraudulent website: "livedomainservice.com," and follow any instructions on it. This includes making payment or submitting personal information. Below is a fraudulent email message that we have received from the scammers operating "livedomainservice.com."

The Fake Domain Name Expiration Offer Notice Email

Domain SEO Service Registration Corp.

Notice#: 273819
Date: 12/03/2015


DOMAIN: onlinethreatalert.com
Notification Purchase Offer

To: *
Domain Name:
Registration SEO Period:

onlinethreatalert.com 12/25/2015 to 12/24/2016 $64.00 1 Year


Domain Name: onlinethreatalert.com

Attn: [name removd]

This important expiration notification offer notifies you about the expiration offer notice of your domain registration for onlinethreatalert.com search engine optimization submission. The information in this expiration notification offer 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 only for the use of the individual(s) named above.

If you fail to complete your domain name registration onlinethreatalert.com search engine optimization service by the expiration date, may result in the cancellation of this search engine optimization domain name notification offer notice.




Failure to complete your seo domain name registration onlinethreatalert.com search engine optimization service process may make it difficult for customers to find you on the web.




This domain seo registration for onlinethreatalert.com search engine service optimization notification offer will expire 12/11/2015.

Instructions and Unsubscribe Instructions:

You have received this message because you elected to receive special notification offers. If you no longer wish to receive our notifications, please unsubscribe here or mail us a written request to Domain SEO Service Registration Corp., 5379 Lyons Rd. 452, Coconut Creek, FL 33073. If you have multiple accounts with us, you must opt out for each one individually in order to stop receiving notifications notices. We are a search engine optimization company. We do not directly register or renew domain names. We are selling traffic generator software tools. This message is CAN-SPAM compliant. THIS IS NOT A BILL. THIS IS A NOTIFICATION OFFER. YOU ARE UNDER NO OBLIGATION TO PAY THE AMOUNT STATED UNLESS YOU ACCEPT THIS NOTIFICATION OFFER. This message, which contains promotional material strictly along the guidelines of the CAN-SPAM act of 2003. We have clearly mentioned the source mail-id of this email, also clearly mentioned our subject lines and they are in no way misleading. Please do not reply to this email, as we are not able to respond to messages sent to this address.

The victims of the domain name expiration scam are asked to report it to their banks in order to have the charges to their credit cards removed, which were made by the fraudulent website.

Remember, never to take up an offer sent in an email message, without first researching it. It doesn’t matter how good an email message looks, even if it contains your personal information, it can be a scam.

Every month, thousands of the the email message above are sent out by scammers to trick their potential victims into stealing their money. So, look out for similar scams with different website and company names.

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  • January 12, 2017 at 5:16 PM by info

    Received via email:

    "Hi there, I fell for one of those scams from Domain SEO Service Registration Corp. I am a legitimate SEO myself, and never usually do, but I was running around like crazy and confused this email for a legitimate domain expiry notice. I (stupidly) entered my credit card info. Luckily, I got alerted that the payment was not processed because of an error. I will check my statement to make sure it is true, but here is my question: Do I have to cancel my credit card? Could they be guilty of credit card fraud as well? A real pain to cancel my CC because I have so many recurring payments on that card.

    Thanks Carole"

    • January 12, 2017 at 5:18 PM by info

      Contact your bank, they will have to determine that.

      Although the payment by the scammers were not processed from their location, they can go else and use your credit card information, and your bank may allow it.

      For example:

      The scammer may attempt to use your credit card information in Nigeria, but your bank blocks credit card transactions from that country because your card was issued in the United States. But, the scammers may send your credit card information to their partners in the United States, where those scammers will use it, and your bank may not suspect those transactions.

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