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Dec 1, 2012

Hacking and Scamming on domains market


Some of the more experienced domainers always warned: the domainers who practice auction fraud are wasting time and money to sellers but they also lose their own time and without the intelligence that characterizes them, also lose time and money. It's always the big corporations with tighter security filters that stand to gain because those little crooks can not even be accepted. Both parties in an auction must have transparency, trust and honesty.

Recently (with FlippingHut) ourselves were victims of fraud and fake bidders when we put some of our domains at auction.

Despite our protests and criticism about their attitude, not only took the side of the offender, as opted to offend us using terms like "f .... yu" when we just tried merely to know the steps to follow to get the money gained with the auction they themselves emailed us WE WON.

The scammers and false bidders are everywhere in real life and now also on the Internet.

Despite our protests and criticisms about your attitude, not only took the side of the offender, as opted to offend us using terms like "f .... yu" when just tried merely to know the steps to follow to get the money gained with the auction they themselves told us we won.

The scammers and false bidders are everywhere in real life and now also on the Internet.
As in the movie "High Noon" with Gary Cooper, users and even some experienced domainers tend to pretend that nothing serious is going on, relying only on their own earnings, as if everything ended well with a happy ending.

To be continued...





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