Dodgy domains and Microsoft's many minions
I recently ran a warning about 'urgent' (but bogus) invoices that junior staff might be panicked into paying while you are on holiday. Now, reports The Register's daily newsfeed (subscribe at www. theregister. com), Nominet is warning of a company called Domain Registry Services, which sends out 'Domain Expiration Notice' letters. It encloses an envelope and warns you will lose your domain name unless you fork out £60 - and offers a five-year renewal for £140, or 10 years ...
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