Monday October 17 2005

ACCC: Domain name renewal/registrations – don’t get caught

Filed under: General — Josh @ 7:27 am

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has produced a prepared a fact sheet on how to protect yourself against domain name scams.

Domain name renewal/registrations—don’t get caught

Topics covered include:

  • Unsolicited letters offering domain names
  • How to avoid problems
  • What’s in a domain name?
  • The business domain name
  • Same core name, but different domain names
  • The main players in the domain name arena
    • Australian .au domain name—key groups
    • Non .au domain names
  • Renewal dates for domain names
  • For more information on the domain name industry
  • Where to go if there are problems
  • How to protect yourself against domain name scams

Watchdog warns on domain name scams

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