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  1. #1
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    Someone trying to steal my domian??

    Hi all,

    Just checked my email and I saw this email:

    <span class="HcCDpe">
    PHP Code:

    Authorisation 
    for Transfer Request of ???????.com received

      The Order 
    for Transfer of ??????.com to eNomInchas been confirmedThis Request has been sent to the RegistryThis Request will be processed within the next 5 daysThe Order will no longer show in your customer Control Panel

     Support
    For any support with respect to your relationship with us you can always contact us directly using the following Information.

    Technical Support:
    Email Address1-877@rlcco.com

    Sales Contact
    :
    Email AddressSALES@rlcco.com
    Tel
    : +1.8776263243
    Fax
    : +1.8775100028

    Billing Contact
    :
    Email Address1-877@rlcco.com
    Tel
    : +1.8776263243
    Fax
    : +1.8775100028

     Sales
    @LogicBoxes
    chambers
    @rlcco.com
    Tel
    : +1.4235100030
    Fax
    : +1.4235100028 
    Is this a simple piece of spam or should I be worried? I've emailed them but nothing yet....anyone been hit with this before?

    The reason I'm a little worried is due to someone was showing interest in it earlier in the week and I wouldn't sell it. The domain is locked with namecheap btw?

    Regards,

    Jonaid

  2. #2
    if you have questions about this, contact namecheap ?

    I'm sure they can answer your question.

  3. #3
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    If the domain is still locked, you should not face a problem

  4. #4
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    I think you should make it private.

  5. #5
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    If it is locked, it is safe. Locking is used to prevent such issues.

    Still, you should double check that it is really locked.

  6. #6
    Quote Originally Posted by Harzem View Post
    If it is locked, it is safe. Locking is used to prevent such issues.

    Still, you should double check that it is really locked.
    when its locked can you change nameservers ?!
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  7. #7
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    Quote Originally Posted by BloodyChuck View Post
    when its locked can you change nameservers ?!
    Yes. Locking only locks the registrar data, not DNS data.

  8. #8
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    Quote Originally Posted by BloodyChuck View Post
    when its locked can you change nameservers ?!
    That depends on the registrar. Some registar locks won't let you change the nameservers some will. As others have said. If it's locked, it should be safe. I'd call them if you value your domain.
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  9. #9
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    At namecheap, you can have a domain unlocked or locked and still change your nameservers.

  10. #10
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    Quote Originally Posted by stu2 View Post
    That depends on the registrar. Some registar locks won't let you change the nameservers some will. As others have said. If it's locked, it should be safe. I'd call them if you value your domain.
    I do value the domain and the reason why I'm alittle worried is due to someone showing interest in the domain but I've decided not to sell it to them. I'm currently with namecheap and logged a critical service desk call. They couldn't see anything and assured my if i hadn't given out my EPP then it couldn't be moved. I think it was a piece of spam that's got me worried....hope it doesn't go though.

  11. #11
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    contact your hosting company quickly and also make sure that your domain is not expired.

  12. #12
    yes, go private registration...

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