From: eNom, Inc. [mailto:transfers[at]enom.com]
Sent: Monday, March 22, 2004 10:33 AM
To: [email protected]
Subject: xxxxxxxx.xxx is being transferred away
We have received a request to transfer the domain name xxxxxxxx.xxx to Wild West Domains, Inc. As the legal registrant of this domain name, only you can authorize such transfer.
If you did not request this transfer please contact us immediately so we can reject this request. You can contact us by visiting the help section on our web site at http://www.enom.com.
If no further action is taken, this domain name will transfer away on 03/25/2004.
and guess what ?
Domain Name: xxxxxxxx.xxx
Registrar: WILD WEST DOMAINS, INC.
Whois Server: whois.wildwestdomains.com
Referral URL: http://www.wildwestdomains.com
Name Server: NS1.xxxxxxxx.xxx
Name Server: NS2.xxxxxxxx.xxx
Updated Date: 20-mar-2004
Creation Date: 15-may-2001
Expiration Date: 15-may-2007
the domain is already transferred on 20th Mar 2004
how come and i didn't get any notice although the domain was LOCKED at my enom account ??
this is the second time i lose a domain being tranferred out of my enom account!
enom needs to fix their security ASAP!!!
Bashar Al-Abdulhadi - KuwaitNET Internet Services Serving customers since 1997
Kuwait's First Webhosting and Domain Registration provider - an ICANN Accredited Registrar
Originally posted by timechange.com It still needs email authorization by the Admin contact.
Yes, I find this strange.
You got the email, but you should get instructions on clicking on a link and picking accept or decline or something of that nature.
they cant tell you that they are moving your domain, and if they shouldnt you should tell them so.
they need to ask you for confirmation.
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No offense but I think the customer should be able to move their domains if they desire. Concerning the LOCK...? I had some domains spread across various eNom accounts that were locked and I was able to push them around but have always had to unlock to transfer out.
Are you in good terms with your client? If not... (for whatever reason, not me to judge), then perhaps he/she initiated a transfer procedure behind the "scene", perhaps even complaining to icann...? Just my guess...
Perhaps the client submited fax id so to turn around the lock and email contact address? (seem they would not trust you in that case though...)
If you are in good terms with your client, then I have no idea
I had a similiar issue, some of my auth codes were not showing up for .org names I opened a ticket, did not hear a peep. 2 weeks later I check it it was closed no action done. It seems unless you get on the phone and call (and wait 45 minutes) nothing ever gets done