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Scammer Alert

15 May 2013 23:11 #31608 by brantley
Scammer Alert was created by brantley
This is an obvious scam, but maybe a naive one if they think they can get my readers to buy something from a site with a similar name. You'll observe that they give a snail mail address at the bottom. Do you suppose it would help to call the cops in Denver? It may be a start-up, as the URL indicated by the e-mail address displays at Apache 2 test page. Has anyone else here come across this sort of thing?

--Brantley




From: Domain Inquiry <kelli@keerkeer.com>

Secure your Business with brightempires.com

Dear Domain Owner,

brightempires.com is coming available and now is your chance to secure the domain name so you can tie it in to your current marketing within your industry. This allows businesses to take more control of their immediate market and insure greater success.

Most companies own all domains, whether it is .com, .net, .org etc., to ensure they do not lose any clients or sales to further grow and enhance their business.

You can target visitors who are looking for items, which are exactly related to your company and increase brand recognition and identity.
SEO advantages:

* Increase targeting traffic
* Increase brand visibility
* Increase in sales
* Increase consumer confidence


Sincerely,

Backorder Team
10 W 14th Ave Pkwy # 600
Denver, CO 80202

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16 May 2013 00:15 #31609 by lfan
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It's a domain squatter. Very common in the industry. Not a scam as much as being a parasite.

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