Internet Networx Scam: Fake Domain and Website Renewal Invoice

Internet Networx Scam  Fake Domain and Website Renewal Invoice

The Internet Networx invoice below is a fake and appears to be a scam. Therefore, recipients of the same invoice, which has a renewal fee of $194, are asked to ignore it. This type of scam prey on people who are not internet savvy staff. The people behind the fake invoice appear to trick potential victims into paying for Domain Name Renewal, knowing they are not responsible for the renewing of the victims' domain names or websites. Below is an invoice that I have received from Internet Networx, but they do not host my website or register my domain name.

Internet Networx Fake Invoice

Internet Networx Fake Invoice

Internet Networx

PO BOX 957269

Duluth, GA 30095-7269

Annual Renewal Domain / Website Amount: $194.00 (ouch)

Website: [they list your domain, which is easily retrievable from your website]

Description of services: Annual Renewal Website Listings | Service From x/xx/xxxx thru x/xx/xxxx. Total for DNS Listing Renewal: $194.00.

Subscription Include: Annual Website listings on internet directory for details visit – Please note: name change from web domain listing. Please email to update w9 on file. (they actually state this) THIS IS NOT A BILL. THIS IS A SOLICITATION. YOU ARE UNDER NO OBLIGATION TO RENEW.

Thank you for your payment. Inquires: Customer Server:

The email looks exactly like invoices due for actual services, which is why many victims have fallen to it.

About Internet Networx

Internet Networx

PO Box 957269

Duluth, GA 30095-7269

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  • February 20, 2021 at 6:04 PM by an anonymous user from: Fairfield, Lancaster, Ohio, United States

    Received same letter/invoice as listed above; FILE 13.


  • July 15, 2020 at 12:50 PM by an anonymous user from: Satellite Beach, Florida, United States

    Received same scam letter/invoice as above.

    I wonder how many just send money?

  • July 14, 2020 at 2:05 PM by an anonymous user from: Portland, Oregon, United States

    I get these annually. . . How do these scammers stay out of jail? Portland, Oregon

  • June 30, 2020 at 10:42 AM by an anonymous user from: Ontario, California, United States

    Received this invoice, knew it was fake! They assume that the accounting dept in a large organization will just pay the bill, thinking they are renewing the domain name. Crooks.

    Hope the authorities catch up with them and prosecute.

  • June 8, 2020 at 9:34 AM by an anonymous user from: Plymouth Meeting, Pennsylvania, United States

    What a bunch of low lifes!

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Internet Networx Scam: Fake Domain and Website Renewal Invoice