WARNING: Stolen LLLL.com’s for sale on forums

This information has been reported by DomainGang previously, but I wanted to re-share this since I nearly purchased the stolen domains.

The following domain names were reportedly stolen from their rightful owner:

OSXU.com
GMIX.com
QRNH.com
QNCB.com
SAXG.com
XKBU.com
BBRZ.com
PVWX.com
UZPN.com
RZOR.com
VXFO.com
OJRQ.com
NVDX.com
OZGZ.com
CUVW.com
XGSV.com
2-P.com

The email address “frapayp@mail.com” is associated with the theft.

As said above, this information has been circulated around blogs and forums – but I hadn’t seen it. I nearly purchased several of these domain names because of a PM I received at NamePros. The price was right, but the forum account had no feedback. After a quick Google search, I discovered these domain names were stolen.

The thief is trying to get rid of these domains at very low prices, so I ask that you share the news of this theft with your domainer friends.

Shout out to DomainGang for bringing this to my attention before I sent the money.

.TEL in the Costco magazine

Do you .TEL?

.tel domain names

I was a bit surprised when looking through the latest Costco magazine. In a letter to the editor, a man wrote about how a .tel domain name streamlined his networking process. Of course, it was just a letter to the editor, but the man went on to discuss selling his business, making a lot of money, etc. It seemed to be coming from someone who knew a thing or two about networking. It was interesting to me because I really haven’t heard anything about .tel in a few years.

I can see how a .tel domain name could be¬†somewhat¬†beneficial for giving someone all of your contact information, but today it’s so easy to send someone all of that information in a text or email. I wouldn’t pay a yearly fee to have this information online. But, that’s just me! What about you?

Do you own a .TEL?

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