We got a notice in the mail for renewal of our domain name. Checked out the phone number online and found out it was a scam.
Review by Samueil1 year ago
I received a letter in the mail with a request to renew my site address in order for it to be kept open and they were only holding it until January 2019. When I called them after renewing online to ask what their relationship was with my hosting company (Bluehost) and them, he went on to scream at me over the phone and called me an idiot and went on and on. I hung up and called back in hopes of getting someone else, but he kept answering the phone by saying 'are you calling back to admit you're wrong'. At that point, I knew I had been scammed because no company would ever be that rude to a person. I'm a little concerned that I used a credit card to do this. Please advise as to what I should do.
Review by DerryG1 year ago
I thought it was legit, I paid them with a check and now I am unable to contact them. I found where they are a scam. I did not give them a CC number. My check was posted on Oct 5, 2018.
Review by Iliketurtles2 years ago
I took over as treasurer of a high school team booster club and received a bill from IDNS. When I called the company to find out when we last paid it and what it was for, the person was nasty to me stating that what I received was not a bill when it quite certainly was offering me renewal of a service for 1,2, or 3 years that doesn't provide anything.
Review by Mr Kelvin2 years ago
Sending me bogus mail for me to pay for domain services I DO NOT have with this company.
For the past two years, my company mailbox has been receiving mail from iDNS, claiming that we need to renew domain services with them. However, all my hosting services come from a totally different company. I've tried calling this company numerous times to be removed from their mailing list, only for them to literally, hang up in my face. I've seen "companies" like this before; they are fraudulently trying collect payment from website owners, by posing as their web hosting company. Luckily, I know this is a scam, but others who aren't aware (including affiliates of my own), would be scammed by this company.
Review by Jafer2 years ago
They send a letter that indicates they are renewing your domain. I thought I was mailing payment (on 7/28/17), to the company with which I have registered my domain previously. On August 11th, I noticed it was not the same company, so I emailed them at the address provided on bill stub. I received an immediate response, advising I would receive a refund within 3-5 weeks. As of 10/9, I had not. When I called, I was told I should receive the check by Friday, the 13th. Upon not receiving, I called them again. The man on the phone was extremely rude. They are a scam!!! We should have some recourse against scammers like this.
Review by Moiika Bloy3 years ago
They send you what looks like an invoice to renew your domain name. Reviewing the details it says its an offer to change to their company for renewal. They receive your money, and do nothing for you. Thousands of people fall for it. They are rude when you call, and basically call you stupid for not reading carefully.
Review by Soleille3 years ago
Received a professional looking letter telling me that it was time to renew my domain and that they would do it for 5 years for $180.00. paid by check on July 13, 2016. they cashed it on July 26, 2016. never received any sort of communication from them at all.
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