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Beware of "www.chinaregistry.org.cn" - it is a Fake CN and ASIA Domain Name Registration Website

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Beware of "www.chinaregistry.org.cn" - it is a Fake CN and ASIA Domain Name Registration Website

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Website name owners, be aware of fraudulent Chinese domain name registration emails like the one below that came from the fake website "www.chinaregistry.org.cn". The fraudulent email messages should not be responded to, especially with personal or financial information. And, the instructions in the same fraudulent email messages should not be followed. Every month, thousands of these email messages are sent out by scammers to trick website owners into paying them for a fraudulent service, which the scammers claim will be used to purchase their Chinese (.CN) domain names.

A Fraudulent Chinese Domain Name Registration Email from www.chinaregistry.org.cn

Subject: onlinethreatalerts CN domain and keyword

Date: Tue 10/23/2017 11:17

From: shawn@chinaregistry.org.cn

(Please forward this to your CEO, because this is urgent. Thanks)

This email is from China domain name registration center, which mainly deal with the domain name registration in China. On Oct 25, 2017, we received an application from Huikai Ltd requested "onlinethreatalerts" as their internet keyword and China (CN) domain names (onlinethreatalerts.cn, onlinethreatalerts.com.cn, onlinethreatalerts.net.cn, onlinethreatalerts.org.cn). But after checking it, we find this name conflict with your company name or trademark. In order to deal with this matter better, it's necessary to send email to you and confirm whether your company is affiliated with this Chinese company or not?

Best Regards,

Shawn Zhang | Service & Operations Manager

China Registry (Head Office) | 6012, Xingdi Building, No. 1698 Yishan Road, Shanghai 201103, China

Tel: +86-02164193517 | Fax: +86-02161918697 | Mob: +86-13816428671

Email: shawn@chinaregistry.org.cn

Web: www.chinaregistry.org.cn

This email contains privileged and confidential information intended for the addressee only. If you are not the intended recipient, please destroy this email and inform the sender immediately. We appreciate you respecting the confidentiality of this information by not disclosing or using the information in this email.

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  • June 13, 2019 at 11:07 AM by info

    "Adrian Liu" customerservice@chinanethosting.org

    (Please forward this to your CEO, because this is urgent. Thanks)

    This is a formal email. We are the Domain Registration Service company in China. Here I have something to confirm with you. On June 10, 2019, we received an application from Kaicheng Ltd requested "onlinethreatalerts" as their internet keyword and China (CN) domain names (onlinethreatalerts.cn, onlinethreatalerts.com.cn, onlinethreatalerts.net.cn, onlinethreatalerts.org.cn). But after checking it, we find this name conflict with your company name or trademark. In order to deal with this matter better, it's necessary to send email to you and confirm whether this company is your distributor or business partner in China?

    Best Regards

    Adrian Liu | Service & Operations Manager

    China Registry (Head Office) | 6012, Xingdi Building, No. 1698 Yishan Road, Shanghai 201103, China

    Tel: 86-02164193517 | Fax: 86-02164198327 | Mob: 86-13816428671

    Email: adrian@chinaregistry.org.cn

    Web: www.chinaregistry.org.cn

    Another scam.

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  • May 22, 2019 at 8:43 PM by info

    Here is another scam:

    "Fra: Robert Liu <robert@chinaregistry.org>

    Dato: 22. maj 2019 kl. 03.04.54 CEST

    Emne: Vedr.:⁨ Re: CN domain and keyword⁩

    Dear,

    We have already suggested that they should choose another name to avoid this conflict according as your company have no relationship with them, but they persist in this name as China domain names (.cn, .com.cn, .net.cn, .org.cn) and internet keyword. In our opinion, maybe they do the similar business as your company then register it to promote his company.

    As is known to all, the domain name registration based on the international principle is opened to company and individual. Any company or individual have the right to register any domain name and internet keyword which are unregistered. Your company haven't registered this name as China domains and internet keyword, so any company is able to obtain them by registration. But in order to avoid this conflict, the trademark or original name owner have priority right to register China domain name and internet keyword during our dispute period. If your company is the original owner of this name and want to register these China domain names (.cn, .com.cn, .net.cn, .org.cn) and internet keyword to prevent anybody from using them, please inform us. We can send you an application form with price list to help your company register these China domains and internet keyword during our dispute period.

    Best Regards

    Robert Liu | Service & Operations Manager

    China Registry (Head Office) | 6012, Xingdi Building, No. 1698 Yishan Road, Shanghai 201103, China

    Tel: 86-02164193517 | Fax: 86-02164198327 | Mob: 86-13816428671

    Email: robert@chinaregistry.org

    Web: www.chinaregistry.org"

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  • May 9, 2019 at 11:11 AM by an anonymous user from New York, United States

    Thanks and here is my two cents.

    The email source IP is from : 198.98.53.248 and I found it's from their email server either been hacked or doing this cheating action to gain money.

    This email was to the contact email address in my company website. FYI.

    Connect: mx.chinaregistry-shanghai.org[198.98.53.248]

    Subject: ABCD CN domain and keyword

    (It's very urgent, please transfer this email to your CEO. Thanks)

    This is a formal email. We are the Domain Registration Service company in China.

    Here I have something to confirm with you. On May 3, 2019, we received an application from Kaifeng Ltd requested "ABCD" as their internet keyword and China (CN) domain names (ABCD.cn, ABCD.com.cn, ABCD.net.cn, ABCD.org.cn). But after checking it, we find this name conflict with your company name or trademark. In order to deal with this matter better, it's necessary to send email to you and confirm whether this company is your distributor or business partner in China?

    Best Regards,

    Frank Liu | Service & Operations Manager

    China Registry (Head Office) | 6012, XingdI Building, No. 1698 Yishan Road, ShanghaI 201103, China

    Tel: 86-02164193517 | Fax: 86-02164198327 | Mob: 86-13816428671

    Email: frank@chinaregistry.org

    Web: www.chinaregistry.org

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  • April 9, 2019 at 10:34 AM by an anonymous user from Irlam, England, United Kingdom

    Received this one today - Thank you for the article. Detail of email below, my domain replaced with xxxx:

    "(It's very urgent, please transfer this email to your CEO. Thanks)

    We are the domain registration and solution center in China. On April 8, 2019, we received an application from Kaisheng Ltd requested "xxxx" as their internet keyword and China (CN) domain names (xxxx.cn, xxxx.com.cn, xxxx.net.cn, xxxx.org.cn). But after checking it, we find this name conflict with your company name or trademark. In order to deal with this matter better, it's necessary to send email to you and confirm whether your company is affiliated with this Chinese company or not?

    Best Regards

    David Liu | Service & Operations Manager

    China Registry (Head Office) | 6012, XingdI Building, No. 1698 Yishan Road, ShanghaI 201103, China

    Tel: 86-02164193517 | Fax: 86-02164198327 | Mob: 86-13816428671

    Email: david@chinaregistry.org

    Web: www.chinaregistry.org"

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  • March 30, 2019 at 5:22 PM by an anonymous user from Richardson, Texas, United States

    Received this scam:

    "Received: from mail.chinaregistry-gh.com

    Reply-To: <frank@chinaregistry.org>

    Date: Fri, 29 Mar 2019 23:38:26 0800

    From: "Frank Liu" <service@chinaregistry-gh.com>

    Subject: CN domain and keyword

    X-mailer: Foxmail

    (Please forward this to your CEO, because this is urgent. Thanks)

    This email is from China domain name registration center, which mainly deal with the domain name registration in China. On March 25, 2019, we received an application from Kaixing Ltd requested "" as their internet keyword and China (CN) domain names (.cn, .com.cn, .net.cn, .org.cn). But after checking it, we find this name conflict with your company name or trademark. In order to deal with this matter better, it's necessary to send email to you and confirm whether this company is your business partner in China?

    Best Regards

    Frank Liu | Service & Operations Manager

    China Registry (Head Office) | 6012, XingdI Building, No. 1698 Yishan Road, ShanghaI 201103, China

    Tel: 86-02164193517 | Fax: 86-02164198327 | Mob: 86-13816428671

    Email: frank@chinaregistry.org

    Web: www.chinaregistry.org"

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  • March 15, 2019 at 12:18 AM by info

    Here is another scam:

    "service@chinaregistry-st.org.cn

    (Please forward this to your CEO, because this is urgent. Thanks)

    This email is from China domain name registration center, which mainly deal with the domain name registration in China. On March 11, 2019, we received an application from Kaixing Ltd requested "onlinethreatalerts" as their internet keyword and China (CN) domain names (onlinethreatalerts.cn, onlinethreatalerts.com.cn, onlinethreatalerts.net.cn, onlinethreatalerts.org.cn). But after checking it, we find this name conflict with your company name or trademark. In order to deal with this matter better, it's necessary to send email to you and confirm whether your company have association with this Chinese company or not?

    Best Regards

    Adrian Liu | Service & Operations Manager

    China Registry (Head Office) | 6012, Xingdi Building, No. 1698 Yishan Road, Shanghai 201103, China

    Tel: 86-02164193517 | Fax: 86-02164198327 | Mob: 86-13816428671

    Email: adrian@chinaregistry.org.cn

    Web: www.chinaregistry.org.cn"

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  • February 28, 2019 at 3:48 AM by an anonymous user from Zurich, Switzerland

    Still active:

    "(Please forward this to your CEO, because this is urgent. Thanks)

    This is a formal email. We are the Domain Registration Service company in China. Here I have something to confirm with you. On Feb 26, 2019, we received an application from Kaijing Ltd requested "########" as their internet keyword and China (CN) domain names (########.cn, ########.com.cn, ########.net.cn, ########.org.cn). But after checking it, we find this name conflict with your company name or trademark. In order to deal with this matter better, it's necessary to send email to you and confirm whether this company is your business partner in China?

    Best Regards

    Thomas Liu | Service & Operations Manager

    CN Registry (Head Office) | 6012, XingdI Building, No. 1698 Yishan Road, ShanghaI 201103, China

    Tel: 86-02164193517 | Fax: 86-02164198327 | Mob: 86-13816428671

    Email: thomas@cnregistry.org.cn

    Web: www.cnregistry.org.cn"

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    • March 4, 2019 at 7:27 PM by an anonymous user from Shah Alam, Selangor, Malaysia

      Yes. Still active:

      "(Please forward this to your CEO, because this is urgent. Thanks)

      This email is from China domain name registration center, which mainly deal with the domain name registration in China. On March 4, 2019, we received an application from Kaijing Ltd requested "XXXXXXXX" as their internet keyword and China (CN) domain names (XXXXXXXX.cn, XXXXXXXX.com.cn, XXXXXXXX.net.cn, XXXXXXXX.org.cn). But after checking it, we find this name conflict with your company name or trademark. In order to deal with this matter better, it's necessary to send email to you and confirm whether your company is affiliated with this Chinese company or not?

      Best Regards

      ***

      Frank Liu | Service & Operations Manager

      China Registry (Head Office) | 6012, XingdI Building, No. 1698 Yishan Road, ShanghaI 201103, China

      Tel: 86-02164193517 | Fax: 86-02164198327 | Mob: 86-13816428671

      Email: frank@chinaregistry.org

      Web: www.chinaregistry.org"

      remove

  • January 24, 2019 at 3:52 AM by an anonymous user from Johannesburg, Gauteng, South Africa

    Received this scam:

    "(Please forward this to your CEO, because this is urgent. Thanks)

    This is a formal email. We are the Domain Registration Service company in China. Here I have something to confirm with you. On Jan 21, 2019, we received an application from Kailing Ltd requested "#########" as their internet keyword and China (CN) domain names (#########.cn, #########.com.cn, #########.net.cn, #########.org.cn). But after checking it, we find this name conflict with your company name or trademark. In order to deal with this matter better, it's necessary to send email to you and confirm whether your company have relations with this Chinese company or not?

    Best Regards

    Peter Liu | Service & Operations Manager

    China Registry (Head Office) | 6012, XingdI Building, No. 1698 Yishan Road, ShanghaI 201103, China

    Tel: 86-02164193517 | Fax: 86-02164198327 | Mob: 86-13816428671

    Email: peter@chinaregistry.net.cn

    Web: www.chinaregistry.net.cn

    This email contains privileged and confidential information intended for the addressee only. If you are not the intended recipient, please destroy this email and inform the sender immediately. We appreciate you respecting the confidentiality of this information by not disclosing or using the information in this email."

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  • August 1, 2018 at 10:04 PM by an anonymous user from Manila, Metro Manila, Philippines

    Received this scam:

    > From: "Adrian Liu" <service@chinaregistry-gc.com>

    > Date: 1 August 2018 at 10:23:20 PM GMT 8

    > Subject: ############## CN domain and keyword

    > Reply-To: <adrian@chinaregistry.org.cn>

    >

    > (It's very urgent, please transfer this email to your CEO. Thanks)

    >

    > This email is from China domain name registration center, which mainly deal with the domain name registration in China. On July 31, 2018 , we received an application from Kaiying Ltd requested ############## as their internet keyword and China (CN) domain names (##############.cn, ##############.com.cn, ##############.net.cn, ##############.org.cn). But after checking it, we find this name conflict with your company name or trademark. In order to deal with this matter better, it's necessary to send email to you and confirm whether your company have association with this Chinese company or not?

    >

    >

    >

    > Best Regards

    Adrian Liu | Service & Operations Manager

    China Registry (Head Office) | 6012, XingdI Building, No. 1698 Yishan Road, ShanghaI 201103, China

    Tel: 86-02164193517 | Fax: 86-02164198327 | Mob: 86-13816428671

    Email: adrian@chinaregistry.org.cn

    Web: www.chinaregistry.org.cn

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  • July 27, 2018 at 8:04 AM by an anonymous user from Clermont, Florida, United States

    I received the email below:

    "(It's very urgent, please transfer this email to your CEO. Thanks)

    We are the domain registration and solution center in China. On July 23, 2018 , we received an application from Kaiying Ltd requested "" as their internet keyword and China (CN) domain names (.cn, .com.cn, .net.cn, .org.cn). But after checking it, we find this name conflict with your company name or trademark. In order to deal with this matter better, it's necessary to send email to you and confirm whether your company have relations with this Chinese company or not?

    Best Regards

    Barry Liu | Service & Operations Manager

    CN Registry (Head Office) | 6012, XingdI Building, No. 1698 Yishan Road, ShanghaI 201103, China

    Tel: 86-02164193517 | Fax: 86-02164198327 | Mob: 86-13816428671

    Email: barry@cnregistry.net

    Web: www.cnregistry.net

    It was fo,owed up with the following email:

    To whom it concerns,

    We will register the China domain names ".cn" ".com.cn" ".net.cn" ".org.cn" and internet keyword "" and have submitted our application. We are waiting for Mr. Barry Liu's approval and think these CN domains and internet keyword are very important for our business. Even though Mr. Barry Liu advised us to change another name, we will persist in this name.

    Kind regards

    Gareth Jing"

    Thank you for bringing this to our attention.

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  • July 21, 2018 at 2:31 AM by an anonymous user from Marathi, Maharashtra, India

    Hi,

    we received the following fraudulent mail:

    :From: Robert Liu [mailto:service@chinaregistry-shanghai.com]

    Sent: Friday, July 20, 2018 4:20 PM

    To: contact@xyz.com

    Subject: xyz CN domain and keyword

    (Please forward this to your CEO, because this is urgent. Thanks)

    We are the domain registration and solution center in China. On July 16, 2018 , we received an application from Kaining Ltd requested "xyz" as their internet keyword and China (CN) domain names (xyz.cn, xyz.com.cn, xyz.net.cn, xyz.org.cn). But after checking it, we find this name conflict with your company name or trademark. In order to deal with this matter better, it's necessary to send email to you and confirm whether your company is affiliated with this Chinese company or not?

    This email contains privileged and confidential information intended for the addressee only. If you are not the intended recipient, please destroy this email and inform the sender immediately. We appreciate you respecting the confidentiality of this information by not disclosing or using the information in this email.

    Best Regards

    Robert Liu | Service & Operations Manager

    China Registry (Head Office) | 6012, XingdI Building, No. 1698 Yishan Road, ShanghaI 201103, China

    Tel: 86-02164193517 | Fax: 86-02164198327 | Mob: 86-13816428671

    Email: robert@chinaregistry.net.cn

    Web: www.chinaregistry.net.cn"

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  • July 16, 2018 at 11:52 PM by an anonymous user from Roche Creek, Queensland, Australia

    I've been playing along for a few months now. I photoshopped their invoice to show a different swift code (making it appear like there was a man-in-the-middle attack changing their invoices swift code).

    I then sent them 'their' invoice, screenshots as evidence why it couldn't be paid 'because the swift code you insist I pay to in your email is not on the actual invoice'. Hilarious.

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  • June 27, 2018 at 5:15 AM by an anonymous user from Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain

    They are apparently still active.

    On the 21st of June 2018 I received the following mail :

    "From : Albert Liu

    Subject : XXXmycompanyXXX CN domain and keyword

    To : info@mycompany.com

    (Please forward this to your CEO, because this is urgent. Thanks)

    This is a formal email. We are the Domain Registration Service company in China. Here I have something to confirm with you. On June 20, 2018, we received an application from Kailang Ltd requested "" as their internet keyword and China (CN) domain names (iwell.cn, iwell.com.cn, iwell.net.cn, iwell.org.cn). But after checking it, we find this name conflict with your company name or trademark. In order to deal with this matter better, it's necessary to send email to you and confirm whether this company is associated with your company or not?

    Best Regards

    Albert Liu | Service & Operations Manager

    China Registry (Head Office) | 6012, XingdI Building, No. 1698 Yishan Road, ShanghaI 201103, China

    Tel: 86-02164193517 | Fax: 86-02164198327 | Mob: 86-13816428671

    Email: albert@chinaregistry.org.cn

    Web: www.chinaregistry.org.cn

    This email contains privileged and confidential information intended for the addressee only. If you are not the intended recipient, please destroy this email and inform the sender immediately. We appreciate you respecting the confidentiality of this information by not disclosing or using the information in this email."

    Then, on the 27th of june 2018, I received the following email:

    "From: Gareth Jing

    Subject: mycompanyname

    To: mypersonalmail which they got hold on when I answered the first email

    To whom it concerns,

    We will register the China domain names ".cn" ".com.cn" ".net.cn" ".org.cn" and internet keyword "" and have submitted our application. We are waiting for Mr. Albert Liu's approval and think these CN domains and internet keyword are very important for our business. Even though Mr. Albert Liu advised us to change another name, we will persist in this name.

    Kind regards

    Gareth Jing"

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  • June 7, 2018 at 1:58 AM by an anonymous user from Zelzate, Flanders, Belgium

    Hi,

    Had the same also with a slight different website name:

    chinaregistry-sp.net.cn

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    • June 13, 2018 at 9:34 AM by an anonymous user from Macao, Macao

      I was contacted by Scott Jing from chinaregistry.net.cn. With the same adress and the same telephone numbers

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  • May 16, 2018 at 4:11 PM by an anonymous user from Amsterdam, North Holland, Netherlands

    Thank you all for this information!

    They tried to scam me with a website with a slightly different name: www.cnregistry.org.cn

    First Email:

    Van: Thomas Liu <thomas@cnregistry.org.cn>

    Verzonden: woensdag 9 meI 2018

    Onderwerp: xxx CN domain and keyword

    (If you are NOT CEO, please forward this to your CEO, because this is urgent. Thanks)

    We are the domain registration and solution center in China. On May 10, 2018 , we received an application from Kaixin Ltd requested "xxx" as their internet keyword and China (CN) domain names (xxx.cn, xxx.com.cn, xxx.net.cn, xxx.org.cn). But after checking it, we find this name conflict with your company name or trademark. In order to deal with this matter better, it's necessary to send email to you and confirm whether this company is associated with your company or not?

    Best Regards,

    Thomas Liu | Service & Operations Manager

    CN Registry (Head Office) | 6012, XingdI Building, No. 1698 Yishan Road, ShanghaI 201103, China

    Tel: 86-02154290702 | Fax: 86-02154290703 | Mob: 86-13816428671

    Email: thomas@cnregistry.org.cn

    Web: www.cnregistry.org.cn

    second Email:

    Van: Gareth Jing <garethjing@gmail.com>

    Verzonden: vrijdag 11 meI 2018

    Onderwerp: xxx

    To whom it concerns,

    We will register the China domain names "xxx.cn" "xxx.com.cn" "xxx.net.cn" "xxx.org.cn" and internet keyword "xxx" and have submitted our application. We are waiting for Mr. Thomas Liu's approval and think these CN domains and internet keyword are very important for our business. Even though Mr. Thomas Liu advised us to change another name, we will persist in this name.

    Kind regards

    Gareth Jing

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  • May 11, 2018 at 1:43 AM by an anonymous user from Belmont, New South Wales, Australia

    I just received communication from these two today!

    "(It's very urgent, please transfer this email to your CEO. Thanks)

    This email is from China domain name registration center, which mainly deal with the domain name registration in China. On May 10, 2018 , we received an application from Kaixin Ltd requested "" as their internet keyword and China (CN) domain names (.cn, .com.cn, .net.cn, .org.cn). But after checking it, we find this name conflict with your company name or trademark. In order to deal with this matter better, it's necessary to send email to you and confirm whether this company is associated with your company or not?

    Best Regards,

    Paul Liu | Service & Operations Manager

    China Registry (Head Office) | 6012, XingdI Building, No. 1698 Yishan Road, ShanghaI 201103, China

    Tel: 86-02154290702 | Fax: 86-02154290703 | Mob: 86-13816428671

    Email: paul@chinaregistry.net.cn

    Web: www.chinaregistry.net.cn

    This email contains privileged and confidential information intended for the addressee only. If you are not the intended recipient, please destroy this email and inform the sender immediately. We appreciate you respecting the confidentiality of this information by not disclosing or using the information in this email."

    and...

    "To whom it concerns,

    We will register the China domain names ".cn" ".com.cn" ".net.cn" ".org.cn" and internet keyword "" and have submitted our application. We are waiting for Mr. Paul Liu's approval and think these CN domains and internet keyword are very important for our business. Even though Mr. Paul Liu advised us to change another name, we will persist in this name.

    Kind regards

    Gareth Jing"

    Relieved to know it is a scam!h

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  • April 29, 2018 at 10:36 PM by an anonymous user from Kwai Chung, Tsuen Wan, Hong Kong

    These two idiots (or is it just one impersonating both, who knows) point is they are still active. I got an email from the both of them this time one with the name Nick Liu and Gareth Jing.

    Same copy in the text, just using my company name for the extensions. Too bad for them Idgaf whether anyone registers my site's under a different domain extension :)

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  • April 19, 2018 at 8:41 PM by an anonymous user from Osaka, Osaka, Japan

    I received nearly the same mail titled:

    "XXX CN domain and keyword" from customerservice3@chinaregistry-st.org.cn on April 20, 2018.

    (It's very urgent, please transfer this email to your CEO. Thanks)

    We are the domain registration and solution center in China. On April 16, 2018, we received an application from Kaikun Ltd requested "XXX" as their internet keyword and China (CN) domain names (XXX.cn, XXX.com.cn, XXX.net.cn, XXX.org.cn). But after checking it, we find this name conflict with your company name or trademark. In order to deal with this matter better, it's necessary to send email to you and confirm whether your company have connection with this Chinese company or not?

    Best Regards,

    Paul Liu | Service & Operations Manager

    China Registry (Head Office) | 6012, XingdI Building, No. 1698 Yishan Road, ShanghaI 201103, China

    Tel: 86-02154290702 | Fax: 86-02154290703 | Mob: 86-13816428671

    Email: paul@chinaregistry.net.cn

    Web: www.chinaregistry.net.cn

    This email contains privileged and confidential information intended for the addressee only. If you are not the intended recipient, please destroy this email and inform the sender immediately. We appreciate you respecting the confidentiality of this information by not disclosing or using the information in this email.

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  • April 13, 2018 at 5:03 AM by an anonymous user from Dollis Hill, England, United Kingdom

    We have received the same email claiming another company wants to use our web address name as a .cn extension; the referenced company was actually dissolved, according to companieshouse.gov.uk

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  • March 29, 2018 at 6:13 AM by an anonymous user from Porto, Portugal

    Here is another scam:

    "From: Alfred Liu [mailto:service@chinaregistry-ja.org.cn]

    Sent: 28/03/2018 14:19

    (It's very urgent, please transfer this email to your CEO. Thanks)

    We are a Network Service Company which is the domain name registration center in Shanghai, China. On March 26, 2018, we received an application from Kaisu Ltd requested "xxx" as their internet keyword and China (CN) domain names (xxx.cn, xxx.com.cn, xxx.net.cn, xxx.org.cn). But after checking it, we find this name conflict with your company name or trademark. In order to deal with this matter better, it's necessary to send email to you and confirm whether this company is your business partner in China?

    Best Regards,

    Alfred Liu | Service & Operations Manager

    China Registry (Head Office) | 6012, XingdI Building, No. 1698 Yishan Road, ShanghaI 201103, China

    Tel: 86-02154290702 | Fax: 86-02154290703 | Mob: 86-13816428671

    Email: alfred@chinaregistry.org.cn

    Web: www.chinaregistry.org.cn

    This email contains privileged and confidential information intended for the addressee only. If you are not the intended recipient, please destroy this email and inform the sender immediately. We appreciate you respecting the confidentiality of this information by not disclosing or using the information in this email."

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  • March 27, 2018 at 6:49 AM by an anonymous user from Mississauga, Ontario, Canada

    Here is another scam:

    "Adrian Liu <service5@chinaregistry-je.org.cn>

    (It's very urgent, please transfer this email to your CEO. Thanks)

    We are the domain registration and solution center in China. On March 26, 2018, we received an application from Kaisu Ltd requested "" as their internet keyword and China (CN) domain names (.cn, .cn, .cn, .org.cn).

    But after checking it, we find this name conflict with your company name or trademark. In order to deal with this matter better, it's necessary to send email to you and confirm whether this company is your distributor or business partner in China?

    Best Regards,

    Adrian Liu | Service & Operations Manager

    China Registry (Head Office) | 6012, XingdI Building, No. 1698 Yishan Road, ShanghaI 201103, China

    Tel: 86-02154290702 | Fax: 86-02154290703 | Mob: 86-13816428671

    Email: adrian@chinaregistry.org.cn

    Web: www.chinaregistry.org.cn

    This email contains privileged and confidential information intended for the addressee only. If you are not the intended recipient, please destroy this email and inform the sender immediately. We appreciate you respecting the confidentiality of this information by not disclosing or using the information in this

    Gareth Jing <garethjing@gmail.com>

    To whom it concerns,

    We will register the China domain names ".cn" ".com.cn" ".net.cn" ".org.cn" and internet keyword "" and have submitted our application. We are waiting for Mr. Adrian Liu's approval and think these CN domains and internet keyword are very important for our business. Even though Mr. Adrian Liu advised us to change another name, we will persist in this name.

    Kind regards

    Gareth Jing"

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  • January 2, 2018 at 1:23 AM by an anonymous user from Amoy, Fujian, China

    Here's the another one:

    "Robert Liu <customerservice01@chinaregistry-st.org>

    隐藏信息2017-12-27 00:01

    发件人:

    Robert Liu <customerservice01@chinaregistry-st.org><robert@chinaregistry.org.cn>

    收件人:

    时间:

    2017年12月27日 (周三) 00:01

    大小:

    17 KB

    (Please forward this to your CEO, because this is urgent. Thanks)

    We are the domain registration and solution center in China. On Dec 26, 2017, we received an application from Jialian Ltd requested "joylylight" as their internet keyword and China (CN) domain names (joylylight.cn, joylylight.com.cn, joylylight.net.cn, joylylight.org.cn). But after checking it, we find this name conflict with your company name or trademark. In order to deal with this matter better, it's necessary to send email to you and confirm whether this company is your distributor or business partner in China?

    Best Regards,

    Robert Liu | Service & Operations Manager

    China Registry (Head Office) | 6012, XingdI Building, No. 1698 Yishan Road, ShanghaI 201103, China

    Tel: 86-02164193517 | Fax: 86-02161918697 | Mob: 86-13816428671

    Email: robert@chinaregistry.org.cn

    Web: www.chinaregistry.org.cn"

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  • November 17, 2017 at 10:23 AM by info

    Here is another scam:

    "Van: Robert Liu<robert@chinaregistry.org.cn> [mailto:customerservice03@chinaregistry-sd.org]

    Verzonden: vrijdag 17 november 2017 12:42

    Onderwerp: freshomega CN domain and keyword

    (It's very urgent, please transfer this email to your CEO. Thanks)

    This email is from China domain name registration center, which mainly deal with the domain name registration in China. On Nov 13, 2017, we received an application from Jiaming Ltd requested "freshomega" as their internet keyword and China (CN) domain names (freshomega.cn, freshomega.com.cn, freshomega.net.cn, freshomega.org.cn). But after checking it, we find this name conflict with your company name or trademark. In order to deal with this matter better, it's necessary to send email to you and confirm whether this company is your business partner in China?

    Best Regards,

    Robert Liu | Service & Operations Manager

    China Registry (Head Office) | 6012, Xingdi Building, No. 1698 Yishan Road, Shanghai 201103, China

    Tel: 86-02164193517 | Fax: 86-02161918697 | Mob: 86-13816428671

    Email: robert@chinaregistry.org.cn

    Web: www.chinaregistry.org.cn"

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  • November 9, 2017 at 9:58 AM by info

    Here is another scam:

    "Subject: onlinethreatalerts CN domain and keyword

    Date: Thu 09/11/2017 10:50

    From: robert@chinaregistry.org.cn

    (It's very urgent, please transfer this email to your CEO. Thanks)

    We are the domain registration and solution center in China. On Nov 3, 2017, we received an application from Jiaming Ltd requested "onlinethreatalerts" as their internet keyword and China (CN) domain names (onlinethreatalerts.cn, onlinethreatalerts.com.cn, onlinethreatalerts.net.cn, onlinethreatalerts.org.cn). But after checking it, we find this name conflict with your company name or trademark. In order to deal with this matter better, it's necessary to send email to you and confirm whether this company is your distributor in China?

    Best Regards,

    Robert Liu | Service & Operations Manager

    China Registry (Head Office) | 6012, Xingdi Building, No. 1698 Yishan Road, Shanghai 201103, China

    Tel: 86-02164193517 | Fax: 86-02161918697 | Mob: 86-13816428671

    Email: robert@chinaregistry.org.cn

    Web: www.chinaregistry.org.cn"

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  • October 30, 2017 at 5:38 PM by info

    Here is another scam:

    -- start of scam --

    From: Tony Liu<tony@chinaregistry.org.cn> [mailto:customerservice06@chinaregistry-sx.org]

    Sent: Friday, 27 October 2017 2:15 PM

    To: internal@.co.za

    Subject: CN domain and keyword

    (It's very urgent, please transfer this email to your CEO. Thanks)

    We are the domain name registration service company in China. On Oct 24, 2017, we received an application from Huikai Ltd requested "" as their internet keyword and China (CN) domain names (.cn, .com.cn, .net.cn, .org.cn). But after checking it, we find this name conflict with your company name or trademark. In order to deal with this matter better, it's necessary to send email to you and confirm whether this company is your distributor or business partner in China?

    Best Regards,

    Tony Liu | Service & Operations Manager

    China Registry (Head Office) | 6012, Xingdi Building, No. 1698 Yishan Road, Shanghai 201103, China

    Tel: 86-02164193517 | Fax: 86-02161918697 | Mob: 86-13816428671

    Email: tony@chinaregistry.org.cn

    Web: www.chinaregistry.org.cn

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