Gary Warner wrote:
> Sample reply from HKDNR follows:
> (I have 28 copies of this form email received between March 5 and March
> 12. In most of the 28 cases, the fraudulent domain is still online.
> Apparently after March 12 they decided to stop answering our emails at
> all, since we are no longer even getting the form letter replies. They
> just block the email and let the fraud continue.)
Solid evidence that HKDNR is actively complicit in assisting the
fraudsters and actively complicit in resisting the anti-fraud efforts
of recognized, well-established anti-fraud efforts.
Report this to ICANN and the HK Police.
Sounds like HKDNR is heading the way of YESnic from a while back, whose
almost exact same tactics led them dangerously close to being de-listed
as a registrar...
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