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domainregs.org Fraudulent Domain Service Registration

domainregs.org Fraudulent Domain Service Registration

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The email message below and website "domainregs.org," which claim that the recipients' domain names search engine service notification offer will expire, is a phishing scam. The fake email message is being sent by cyber-criminals who are attempting to steal website owners' money and financial information, by attempting to trick them into paying for a service on the fraudulent website "www.domainregs.org".

Recipients of the fake email message below are advised not to follow the instructions in it or visit the fake search engine optimization website: www.domainregs.org. The aim of the cyber-criminals or scammers is to make the email message look legitimate, so as to frighten their potential victims into quickly clicking on the link in the email message to make payment, thinking that their domain names search engine optimization (SEO) service will expire as per the email message. If you didn’t sign up for a Search Engine Optimization service and get an email message claiming such service will expire or terminate, it is a scam.

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domainregs.org

Your Domain: *

Registration Period Price Term Payment Method

07-08-2019 - 07-08-2020 $86 1 Year

07-08-2019 - 07-08-2021 $137 2 Years

07-08-2019 - 07-08-2024 $319 5 Years

07-08-2019 - 07-08-2027 $469 8 Years

07-08-2019 - 07-08-2029 $619 10 Years

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