The problem with the scam below is that he us real domain names and buy the emails from the real domain providers. Than it does not matter how many times you block him because he have 10000 of domains names and he just keep on spamming until someone buys his overpriced domains. Even if you report him he will change the domain name and send you another email. Do not reply him do not talk to him do not click on his links just delete them.
from Arthur Simmons
date Wed, Nov 24, 2010 at 7:48 PM
hide details 7:48 PM (2 hours ago)
I contacted you the other day about xxxl.com, but you did not indicate interest in it. If you are interested in the domain, you can take priority position to acquire it here: http://TITUSMUSIC.COM/c951b28fd14c49ae
Also, I have received a number of questions from my morning email about domain purchases. So, I thought I would take a moment to answer the most common questions:
1. I don’t want to rebrand everything – Not to worry, you do not have to rebrand at all. After you buy the domain, my system can automatically link beforetravel.com to your website (before-travel.com for example). You will be up and running with the new domain almost immediately.
2. I used to own this domain and lost it! – If you owned the domain previously, we will work with you. Our company has special policies and discounts for domains accidentally lost by previous owners. Previous domain owners have priority to acquire the domain.
3. How much does the domain cost? – We accept all reasonable offers on domains and we sell the domain first-come, first-serve to the first reasonable offer.
You can submit your offer on xxxx.com here: xxxxx
Most find my priority domain notice system to be very useful. If you prefer not to receive these messages, please simply send me a quick email and I’ll be sure you don’t receive any more.
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