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Re: Domain name hijack?
- From: Mehmet Akcin
- Date: Mon Jan 23 19:41:22 2006
Try to go http://www.archive.org/ and use way back machine to see if
there was any page with some contact information or anything like that
on the pages that were cached, might help, or might not.. dunno
sometimes it helps me.
On Jan 23, 2006 07:43 PM, Wil Schultz <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> The domain in question is a .com
> I've spoken with our current registrar and they cannot assist since it
> isn't in their database, so I'm dealing with the registrar that the
> domain shows at this point. I've asked her to make sure that no
> would be made until this is resolved, she seemed a bit overwhelmed and
> unsure but agreed. I really would love to know that the change was on
> July 25th, I suspect that it would have been the admin/tech contacts.
> I have our billing department digging up any financial records that we
> have on the domain as well.
> Mark Borchers wrote:
> >My take is that this last point you make is very pivotal. If
> >your registrar has surrendered your claim to the domain using
> >dispute procedures between registries, then I think your situation
> >becomes much harder. On the other had, if the two registries
> >contain conflicting information, then your prior claim to the
> >domain is intact and should work to your favor in the dispute.
> >>I've got calls into the current registrar to see what is
> >>going on, they
> >>were contacted at the same time I was and need some time to
> >>see what's
> >>going on. Anyone have any advice? Should I call ICANN? How can I
> >>out what that change was on July 25th?
Puerto Rico Top Level Domain
Phone 787-765-3263 - email@example.com
Phone 787-764-0000 x 5922