Domain Name Scam: DROA

If you receive a letter in the mail from "The Domain Registry of America" read it carefully and you will discover that it a carefully designed to try and trick you into transferring your domain from your current Domain Name Registrar to them. Do not be fooled.

If you have any questions about this please contact us directly and we will be happy to answer any questions you may have.

Contact AlpineWeb.

 

Here is some additional information regarding the DROA Domain Name Scam:

Google: droa or domain registry of america

Warnings:
DNSCentral.com
Recycled-Traffic.com
WebHostingTalk
Federal Trade Commission

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