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A few months ago, I hand regged a domain at namecheap. I held the domain for a few months and then decided to sell it, just because I was going to do anything with it.

So I found a buyer and sold it.

Today the buyer says he sold the domain to another person, now this person apparently was contact by someone that said the domain was theirs and that they need to return itI guess this person was really angry.

Now I replied to the seller along with a screen shot of the actual purchase invoice from namecheap, now I hand regged the domain. I really think it's just someone trying to get a domain without paying for it.

Any feedback appreciated..

Comments (9)

Its no longer your problem. You have sent off proof and thats all you should do. Just ignore emails now...

Comment #1

Well, you have the proof, no need to worry, it's a scam...

Comment #2

Over the years I have had lots of these some people check domains for new owners details, Then send an email to them saying domain is stolen etc hoping the new owner may be naive and just sign it over, Just tell the new owner it's a scam and ignore the email if they are uncomfortable they should tell the person trying to scam the domain to take any issue of ownership up with the governing body, You are totally covered by your proof of purchase.

I would be carfull sending out proof of purchase if they have any of your details on them just incase it was someone else scamming..

Comment #3

In fact, if you want you can even forward such scams to the registrar of the domain name. Make sure you have all header information, though in most cases such emails will most likely be from a hard to trace proxy...

Comment #4

Tell him you've consulted with experts here, and they've advised you to pass on the following legal assessment of the situation, which you can attach to your correspondence to the plaintiff: Re: Alleged domain theft..

Comment #5

Yes double LOL from me.

Damn that's a nice domain, noob.com, many NP's would LOOOOVE that domain...

Comment #6

You even bothered to reply with a proof. What is wrong with you????????..

Comment #7

Just saw your links, LMAO, Too funny Post added at 02:32 PM Previous post was at 02:29 PM I'm guessing the issue was resolved, I never heard anything back once I sent him a screen shot of the invoice for the domain I hand regged...

Comment #8

He probably reads this forum Send him the Patrick Stewart pic anyway..

Comment #9


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