The "Cancellation Domain Service Notice" Scam at clickinject.com

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The Domain Service website located at clickinject.com is fraudulent because it was created by cyber-criminals to steal their potential victims’ money, by claiming the potential victims' domain name will expire and will be canceled if now renewed. The fraudulent website has been sending out fake domain name expiration 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.

The Cancellation Domain Service Notice  Scam at clickinject.com
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www.clickinject.com - the Fraudulent Website

clickinject.com

A Fake "Cancellation Domain Service Notice" Email

Cancellation Domain Service Notice

WebService <info@dinredweb.icu>

Mon 4/1/2019 5:42 AM

CANCELLATION DOMAIN SERVICE NOTICE

EXPIRATION DATE: 04.02.2019

YOUR DOMAIN SERVICE IS DUE TO EXPIRE

FINAL REMINDER FOR DOMAIN Notice#: 238341718

Date: 03.25.2019

DOMAIN:

RENEW HERE

TO COMPLETE YOUR PAYMENT.

To:

Name of Product: Registration Period: Amount: Term:

04.03.2019 to 04.03.2020 $86.00 1 Year

RENEW HERE

TO PROCESS PAYMENT FOR

Dear,

In the event that you allow domain service for to expire on 04.02.2019, the listing will be automatically deleted from our servers within 3 business days. After expiration, we reserve the right to offer your listing to competing businesses or interested parties in the same category and state/region after 3 business days on an auction basis to keep your website service active.

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 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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  • April 5, 2019 at 9:33 AM by an anonymous user from: Toronto, Ontario, Canada

    How are they allowed to have these sites active? Why don't browser companies - Google; Firefox etc; - post warnings that these are fraudulent sites?

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