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WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT CHINESE DOMAIN NAME SCAMS

Most Chinese domain name scams begin with an email. A business owner like yourself sees an official-looking subject line and opens it, either out of worry or sheer curiosity. Inside is an urgent-looking message that informs you that another company registered your domain name, or you’re being cheated, or blindsighted, or are in danger of losing your domain name.

What you’ve just experienced is a domain name scam, and it’s intended to make you pay outrageous prices for domain name extensions you A.) Don’t need, and B.) Probably don’t want.

How do these scams work? What do Chinese domain name scams look like? How can you tell it’s a scam? How did this all start?

Contact: Africa AD Agency for assistant and guide.

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