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Want to know how to conduct business like a scumbag?  Just copy these guys from Domain Names International of Colorado.

Domain Names International .

Domain Names International sleazy spammers.

Domain Names International
100 Fillmore Street
5th Floor
Denver, CO 80206


Domain Names International
11605 Meridian Market View #124-134
CO 80831

Apparently a registration expired for a domain similar to one that we own. “Alexander” then saw our site and started bombarding us with spam two months ago to buy it at an over-inflated price. Now why do we call “Alexander” a “scumbag”? Well, he has ignored repeated requests to stop spamming us about his crappy little over-priced domain. However, this has been a challenge as he uses fake email addresses for spamming us. His emails also include fake Unsubscribe links. Now that fact alone makes you pond scum.

It was only by doing a bit of digging that we discovered what a shitty two-bit domain speculation outfit he works for. Did I say it’s called Domain Names International ? Expect your anti-virus software to go crazy if you try to visit their site. It’s bad news all around. This is what happens. Click to enlarge image. I won’t grant these assholes an actual link.

Domain Names International sleazy spammers.

Domain Names International sleazy spammers.

If you want to let the world know that you are dishonest scumbag just use Domain Names International’s methodology.

1. Spam people and don’t allow them to remove themselves from your spam list.

2. Be a gutless coward who uses fake emails.

3.  Use fake Unsubscribe links.

The takeaway here is two-fold:

1. Domain Names International is a scumbag outfit.

2. Never use a scumbag outfit. Go with legit domain registrars.

Scam alert!

16 Responses to How to Do Business Like a Scumbag: Domain Names International

  • OMG I completely agree. These people spam the shit out of me. The sad thing is, one time I actually wanted to business with them, and there customer service was non-existent. One of the worse spammers out there. Fuck you Domain Names International

  • Domain speculators are vermin. Meth heads are higher up the food chain. These guys sound like real losers.

  • Do a search on “Domain Names International, scam” to read up on these asswipes.

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  • And the sad part is my client lost their obscure name (worth nothing to anyone else) and got “rifled” by someone named “Alan” at Namesecure (or at least Namesecure transferred me to him). The next thing I know, I get an email from Alexander from which redirects to (you guessed it) …Domain Names International for the privilege of bidding thru auction for the name. Note their Colorado address yet theit Tenn. address listed ??

  • Even if you have never used an auction sniper you should consider doing so. Sure, this is a new way of doing things but it is a method that will benefit you in many ways. What do you have to lose? Give an auction sniper program a try. Soon enough you will realize that this is the only way to deal with those pesky online auctions! `

  • Speaking of the top level domain name since this plays a large role in picking the right domain name for domain name registration; many experts have noted that before you go for a domain name registration, you should identify your top level domain. The .com is the most common top level domain that is used today, for it stands for commercial domains. Of course there are other types and each has its own uses and functions.

  • Domain Names International is a fraud company, doing all the illegitimate activity, they wont transfer the domain, even after we make payment, they make false promise…….future of a business is defined by the trust it gained from the customers.

  • These guys are professional spammers. The worst. They have sent me hundreds of email spams on domain names that have expired. I called and spoke to 3 different individuals and they simply keep sending the spam crap. They should be shut down by the authorities. The worst joke of a ‘business’ I have ever dealt with. I have reported them to the Better Business Bureau of southern Colorado too.

  • Near that Falcon, CO address is the best little donut shop called “Southern Maid Donuts”, in the strip mall. Just in case you would like a snack while you are trying to hunt down this company in the area.

    I myself have gotten this spam. My problem is that I actually want this domain. I have noticed that the website that used to be there is gone now, which makes me think these guys actually got it. Which is probably why I will never get a hold of it. Sad.

  • Hahaha! The bastards now call themselves SADRAH.COM.

    Welcome to Domain Names International (SADRAH.COM). Domain Names International is the DBA of InTrust Domains, of Colorado Springs, CO. You can find our new listing at the Better Business Bureau of Southern Colorado here. At Domain Names International, we offer premium domains for sale at great prices with best-of-class customer service.

    We won’t bore you with a lot of words here, instead, take a look at what our customers have to say about us!”

    They even go on to provide “testimonials”, from fake people I’m sure. Best advice; if you have a domian you like/love, set it to auto renew so it doesn’t get harvested by the likes of these sons of bitches.

    • They also call themselves

      • The reason you find them under different domain names is because once they obtain a domain, they forward it to their older site. The Nashville address is a shell space with nothing in it. All mail to that address is forwarded. They actually have an office in TN but in another city that the address is not disclosed, due to safety or hiding. They intercept goDaddy and other auction site bids, buy the domain for anywhere between $12 to $49 and then sell it for $397. They may be doing something legal but ethically they are the scum of the earth. They also have no legal recourse to do anything if you don’t pay them because they know they have sent you an invoice under false pretenses. They will only stop calling you after you ask to be removed several times, threathen legal action and or complain to the BBB.

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