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?
From: Domain Inquiry <email@example.com>
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