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Domainnetworks.com Reports & Reviews (115)

• Nov 17, 2022

We have our business’s website domain through google… And they sent this saying our total for the domain is 289 dollars… It’s very misleading and I feel it’s confusing and I almost paid it. I’d like to report the way they sent this and worded everything.

• Nov 08, 2022

I received what appeared to be a bill saying my annual bill for my web site would be $289.this is NOT the company who provides me web site domain or hosting.

• Oct 21, 2022

Sends a bill/invoice to be paid to renew a domain. Complete scam. Almost fooled my elderly parents. I am sure they are getting paid a lot from unuspsecting elderly people.

• Oct 20, 2022

They sent us as a fake invoice, and when we reached out they said "This is an advertisement for our domain listing services"

and the mailer points out to a page that captures payment info:

https://domainnetworks.com/pay

• Oct 19, 2022

US Postal letter looked like an invoice from a domain name service that was hosting one of my domain names. It is actually an offer to list the domain on their "marketing site". This is the Internet twist on the classic "Yellow Pages" scam, the fine print makes this clear, but it is a misleading none the less. The "marketing site" is nothing more than a giant list of websites less useful than google... The letter was sent to my business where an unwitting employee might have paid the "invoice".

• Oct 17, 2022

We pay go daddy.com directly for a domain listing and our website which they are claiming we owe for is actually through media 99. It's a completely false bill that they want us to pay.

• Oct 10, 2022

Request appears as an invoice with a make checks payable to: Domain Networks $289

With a notice date and even lists bluehost.com on the document which is where I do host my website.

• Oct 05, 2022

I received a billing in the mail from Domain Networks saying my domain name will expire if I do not pay their bill by November 6, 2022 - I called my domain provider, Go Daddy and they confirmed the scam. - almost paid but did not - please warn others

• Sep 23, 2022

I received a bill in the mail, on September 22, 2022 with a due date of October 29, 2022. The amount due is $289.00. The business sends it out as if you are renewing your domain for your business website, when in fact they are not a provider. It provides many options to pay your "bill", and if people are not savvy they may feel they owe this money. They do state on the document that this is a solicitation, and not a bill, however I feel it is still a deceiving practice and needs to be stopped.

• Sep 23, 2022

Appears to look like an invoice with Payment sub & return envelope with a "return by date" and the letter looks a lot like an invoice.

This company sent an invoice for "Marketing Services" for a domain I own making it look like I am already a customer and just need to pay the bill.

Sent invoice for Annual Website Domain Listing.

Domain Networks sent a solicitation to our office stating we need to submit an online payment for a domain renewal of one of our businesses for $289. We are registered through a legitimate company, GoDaddy with a $19.99 annual fee. If any of our staff were to see this, they would assume that we were needing to pay the $289 for our domain annual fee. I'm so sick of other businesses preying off of legitimate businesses.

We received a very official looking invoice from a Marketing Services domainnetworks.com Renewal Notice. It is fake and said so in the fine print at the bottom of the page.

I received a postal mail from domainnetworks.com asking me to purchase a website named Pellamonut.com This letter was sent to my personal address with the domain name asociated to it. This website exist and has my personal phone number and my personal address associated to it.

Cleverly disguised "marketing" meant to look like an invoice.

Received in the mail an official looking invoice for Annual Website Domain Listing for $289. Lists dates from October 10, 2022 to October 10, 2023. Has our email address, address, and we do renew in the fall.

I received an invoice for website domain registration. My domain is held through a different co. When I called the company that holds my domain they informed me that this was a scam letter.

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They are an advertising company that sent out what looked like a bill for our business website / domain name hosting. But when reading carefully you realize they are trying to get you to pay for an add on THEIR website and actually have nothing to do with your own business website

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Scam company sending out ads in the form of invoices with very little noticeable information stating it is not a bill.

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