So, couple days ago I made a thread about someone iframing my site. I had never seen anything like this where my page was fully embebed in their site like it seemed you were acctually in my site but within their url. Found out after an whois to domain that their are 3 domains within that server and all were iframing my site. Strange thing is,If you go to the front page in the normal way of any those 3 domains, you get what looks like a legitimate 500 page (cut-and-paste, so it's all the same size): Oops! An Error Occurred The server returned a "500 Internal Server Error". Something is broken. Please e-mail us at [/B] and let us know what you were doing when this error occurred. We will fix it as soon as possible. Sorry for any inconvenience caused.[FONT=verdana][SIZE=2][COLOR=#000000] [/COLOR][/SIZE][/FONT][B]That [email] is not obfuscation on my part; it's the literal text of the page.[/B] And all the 3 sites had same inner page iframing my site like: site1.com/sshha/ site2.com/sshha/ site3.com/sshha/ Only iframe from site 1 was sending me the traffic though. Traffic was very targeted and same language my site, made sales and got facebook likes and visitors navigate my site just within the normal times and Ctrs like any user from organic traffic. I managed to break out of his frame with a JS frame buster because was afraid this could hurt my site and when now I go to site1.com/sshha/ and other two sites they have a new iframed site. [B]My questions to any of you who can help me solve this out is: [/B] Is there any particular reason why someone would do this? Was it to kill my rankings? Was it a mistake? I mean nobody sends 3k visitors/day to other with good intentions. And is there any way to know where the traffic was coming from? Thank you.