To: help@[domain name redacted]
Date: 30 July 2010 06:16
subject: [domain name redacted]
Dear [domain name redacted] team,
Our organization received a formal application from a company who is called Toyton Ltd are applying to register "[domain name redacted]" as their domain name and Internet keyword. In order to prevent cyber piracy,Please explain:
1: Whether this company is your IT supplier or distributor.
2: Whether you are interested in registering these domains first to preservation your company’s brand. (.cn .com.cn .net .asia .eu and keyword etc…)
We are now obligated to inform you this issue ,So we will handle the next step after this audit procedure. Pls understand.
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I always love confidentiality statements on spam!
Both domains are Chinese registered and are hosted in Hong Kong. The email comes from a Chinese IP address.
Registrars are not responsible for checking trademarks. If they were then domains registration would take days and cost a fortune.This is simply an attempt to rip you off.