Phishing emails sent to domain registrants
Recently there have been some massive phishing attacks against domain owners. As you may know, we are a reseller of domains through eNom and some of their customers have been targeted in these attacks.
Our customers, in turn, have forwarded emails they've received from firstname.lastname@example.org, which is not a valid eNom address. These emails claim to be Domain Suspension Notices and prompt the recipient to click a link to download a list of complaints against the domain.
If you receive an email from an address at enom.com.org:
- Do not click any links contained in it
- Do not reply to the email
- Do not call any phone numbers listed in the email.
Please let us know if you have any questions at all.
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