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||Tue, October 16, 2001 at 10:18 PM GMT
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||Afilias Victim 07 ...
"I hope Aflias will do a excessive scan, too many of these names I pre-registered
for, and cost me money. I think you can call this the biggest (most fraudulent individuals)
internet fraud till today. It is reasonable to believe that many of the current .info
domains are fraudulant.|
Richard Henderson comments: "The biggest internet
fraud..." and over 50% of fraudulent applications were clearly fake (and admitted
to be fake) but were submitted by Afilias Board members own registrar companies,
who charged over $500,000 to execute the fraud.
So if Afilias challenge any of
these names, they are only challenging what they themselves carried out, at great
profit to themselves, and great loss to their defrauded customers.