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Completely don't mean to threadjack and I hope you get your names back, but I found a possible bug. When a username ends in a dash, it will look up the closest username preceding the dash. In this instance, domain- will find the user domain19 when you try to go to their profile, even by clicking their name in the post.
http://www.dnforum.com/f16/looking-n...ad-406557.html - He is trying to sell some NNNN.com's presently, which are unknown.
I have 8034 and 8095 under my control. Please let me know what you would like me to do. The thief is on this forum as domain- trying to sell names.
i bought 2 names from a username in namepros which i didnt know these names are stolen
now sold them to : [B][B]theinvestor
theinvestor username is scammer too,cause i told him to push the names back to me which he didnt agree....
theinvestor told me to push the names to:
beware of this idiot.
Last edited by Johnn; 01-31-2010 at 11:33 PM.
Post your namespro account - who did you buy from?
Give me a call - we can sort this out with the other names you stole.
Prove to us you own these domains and i will gladly push them back.
These account hackings are getting ridiculous.
Theinvestor why do you think they are stolen? I don't see them mentioned in the original post.
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Nevermind I see them now.
Domain- who did you buy these domains from and when?
Here is the email he wanted paypal payment to : firstname.lastname@example.org
They are both in the Original post on the top.
User is using this email for stolen domains - email@example.com
gawab.com shows whois information of - Mehilba, Abdelrahman firstname.lastname@example.org
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Paypal shows this information regarding paypal email he sent me
Seller Reputation:(0) Verified BuyersAccount Status: Verified Account Type: US Premier Account Creation Date: Jul 29, 2009 PayPal Member For: 6 months 3 days
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Actual owner : The OP
Administrative Contact Information:
Name: Chinese Domain
Address 1: 7floor, Raycom Building, Haidian Qu
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It looks to me domain- is just using free web email accounts.
He has stopped replying since he has been accused. I await to hear from OP regarding current names in my hand.
I will await your response. Please PM me if i am not directly available through thread.
We got some names from domain- and paid him by paypal but paypal says it will not entertain dispute which are not goods purchases / services.
The names are done thru GoDaddy, godaddy irresponsbily suggest filing UDRP dispute!!
If they are, and you bought names from domain- via Paypal...
if they do actually belong to ChineseDomain then it is domain- that owes you money, NOT paypal
I can not stress enough or state it enough...
PayPal will not investigate and PayPal will not refund money on domains because it is non-tangible property.
if you paid by paypal. did you use credit card as funding? if so you can dispute with your credit card company.
this is why i immediately left negative feedback when dealing with "domain-" to avoid anyone else being scammed
BUT, PayPal can also resubmit the sale to the CC and the CC has to accept it.
Visa will bend over and grab their ankles and let PayPal ram in it and still bill and pass on the charges to you.
I know someone who personally went through this nightmare with a very large purchase from someone in Italy.
He disputed it with his CC (Chase Visa) and they removed the charges.
Then PayPal resubmitted the charges and once more Chase Visa charged him.
Again, there is little proof with non-tangible items as to who got what and who got screwed. And it does not matter how many times you file with PayPal...they will not even investigate these transactions.
To make a very long story short (this went on for months), he ended up having to negotiate with Chase - a 50/50 split...Chase would eat 50% of the charges and he would pay 50% of the charges.