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Found A Killer Domain

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by spids, Apr 25, 2011.

  1. spids

    spids Junior Member

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    I found a 2 keyword domain with 200,000 searches per month with medium competition. It was great niche too, product in the domain. So I bought it through netfirms and decided not to go with the whois guard they offer free (because when you order whois guard the domain is under the registery name , so in my case wouldve been netfirms and they can steal it from you) my domain wasnt available right away so next day opened a support ticket they said it takes 24-48 hours for new domains, which is very odd because I have bought domains before, including from netfirms and never had this issue with new domains so waited 3 days sent another ticket, they replied that there was some mix up in the data base could I reorder so I tried but my domain was gone on the same day I tried to purchase it originally. It was registered at namecheap under private owner, coincidence? I think not. I then googled "netfirms scam" and they have screwed a lot of people. Dont trust them. They offer domains for $5 with free whois guard, shouldve seen it coming.

    Anyhow I plan on sending 10,000 links to the site tomorrow to get it blacklisted, its a great domain and I'm not going to let these fuckers get away with it.
     
  2. worldismine

    worldismine Regular Member

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    Suck man. I been fucked by GoDaddy before with them snatching up domain names from under ur nose and then reselling them as "premium" for hundreds more.

    If the domain you were trying to purchase was in fact registered the very next day @ namecheap, I would strongly recommend fighting for it. Call a laywer, call their support, talk to the higher ups. Demand proof of the "mix up"

    This is bullshit, and you should PPC this thread on GOOGLe for the word "netfirm"
    Shit like this works, I've seen people get what they want from big companies by attacking their credibility openly to the public.

    And yes, it's legal to do what I mentioned above.
     
  3. vishalgmistry

    vishalgmistry Regular Member

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    so what you want me to do ?
    sue netfirms.
     
  4. worldismine

    worldismine Regular Member

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    And since the domain is not yours anymore, can you post it? I might help you out by backlinking some gay porn 2 it :D
     
  5. aWas1

    aWas1 Registered Member

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    Just curious, is that 200k broad or exact searches a month?
     
  6. spids

    spids Junior Member

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    Phrase match, its a killer.
     
  7. spids

    spids Junior Member

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    PM sent, I dont want to post it on the forum because I plan on blasting it and want to completely cover my tracks.
     
  8. ShiftySituation

    ShiftySituation Power Member

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    And now you just gave him that KW to build a site around and do some SEO... I guess you like competition? Live and learn.
     
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    spids Junior Member

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    Read the thread... I LOST THE DOMAIN!

    He can have it, without keyword in domain for 200,000 searches a month, I aint wasting my time.
     
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