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  1. #11
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    It appears that "Domains By Proxy" is also hiding further Russian wife / dating sites. THIS GODDAMN SCAM IS SO HUGE!! In addition to the previous ones, and I'm sure there are more out there:


    1.)
    Registrant:
    Domains by Proxy, Inc.

    Registered through: , Inc. ()
    Domain Name: DREAM-MARRIAGE.COM

    Domain servers in listed order:
    NS43.DOMAINCONTROL.COM
    NS44.DOMAINCONTROL.COM


    2.)
    Registrant:
    Domains by Proxy, Inc.

    Registered through: , Inc. ()
    Domain Name: YOURBRIDE.COM

    Domain servers in listed order:
    NS1.EV1SERVERS.NET
    NS2.EV1SERVERS.NET


    3.)
    Registrant:
    Domains by Proxy, Inc.

    Registered through: , Inc. ()
    Domain Name: LOVERSPLANET.COM

    Domain servers in listed order:
    NS1.LOVERSPLANET.COM
    NS2.LOVERSPLANET.COM


    4.)
    Registrant:
    Domains by Proxy, Inc.

    Registered through: , Inc. ()
    Domain Name: INTERNATIONALMARRIAGEBROKERS.COM

    Domain servers in listed order:
    NS1.BIZLAND.COM
    NS2.BIZLAND.COM


    5.)
    Registrant:
    Domains by Proxy, Inc.

    Registered through: , Inc. ()
    Domain Name: INTIMATELOVERS.COM

    Domain servers in listed order:
    NS1.BIZLAND.COM
    NS2.BIZLAND.COM



    6.)
    Registrant:
    Domains by Proxy, Inc.

    Registered through: , Inc. ()
    Domain Name: THERUSSIANWIFE.COM

    Domain servers in listed order:
    NS19.DOMAINCONTROL.COM
    NS20.DOMAINCONTROL.COM


    7.)
    Registrant:
    Domains by Proxy, Inc.

    Registered through: , Inc. ()
    Domain Name: ALICEAGENCY.COM

    Domain servers in listed order:
    NS37.DOMAINCONTROL.COM
    NS38.DOMAINCONTROL.COM



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    swazzie, you must feel like Woodward and Bernstein after they uncovered the Watergate cover up! Sorry to tell you, but that FSU cutie you were writing to, may just as well be a fat, bald, sweaty guy with bad BO named Boris, who happens to have some photos of a girl he paid for them or some pics he stole off the net.


    Train returns

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    I'll join the chorus of praise for swazzie's work. Though I'm an imbecile with computers and know next to nothing about agencies
    (in the "good old days" you COULD find real women on the free sites),
    I can still see this as a competent job.

    I can only add a bit of information to PeopleSmok's contribution. While I was engaged to, and living together with my UA "fiance?", she had four active profiles going at the same time. Three of them at the same site. After we broke up, I had them eventually removed, but she would pop up all over the place again with slightly different personal data, like age, hometown etc.

    Not being a scammer, but rather a professional dater, she couldn't lie too much, because her clients would meet her in person.

    So the value of exposing scammers or agencies lies not only in the individual cases, but also as general warning examples to newcomers on the scene

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    PS I was born in and lived my first 29 years in Denmark, and I noticed, that amongst your research results, there is a danish company. If you need any help with translation from danish or something else inside my capacity, please tell me.

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    Hey Swede,

    I think what I'm really needing to do is find-out who operates "Domains By Proxy" because it is their service that allows these guys to operate with impunity, and in my oppinion most likely receive a cut from the scams, if not operating them altogether. I mean why would they have this stuff about "criminal sopoenas" on their site? I'VE NEVER SEEN THAT. *ANYWHERE*.

    I think I may have been grasping at staws with googling "Robert Simenon" although it is iteresting to note that it proves what most of us already basically knew: That the testimonials on these site are total BS. This guy met his wife on two different sites and they have two different names! WOW! You would think that they would take 30 seconds to change the testimonials but I guess they're too busy counting their money. It was the track of SIMENON that led me to the guy in Denmark. And while I suspect he too is a scammer, I don't find any connection between him and "Domains By Proxy".

    That's where I'm focusing and I WILL be calling the Arizona Attorney General to discuss this with him and I'll let everyone know what he says.

    Swazzie



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    BOB PARSONS OF GODADDY OWNS DOMAINS BY PROXY!

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    Source: http://www.theregister.co.uk/2002/09...nymous_domain/

    A new sister company of Go Daddy Software Inc is to start offering internet users anonymous domain name registration from today, becoming the first major domain name registrar to do so, Kevin Murphy writes. Go Daddy founder Bob Parsons has set up Domains By Proxy Inc, essentially a Go Daddy reseller that will enter its own contact information, rather than the registrant's, into the Whois database, whenever a registration is made.

    The idea is to offer people who wish to publish anonymously online a means to do so without having their home address, email address and telephone number available publicly. The service would be useful equally to people concerned about spam as those that have personal reasons for not connecting their real life with their web site.

    "Go Daddy is not withholding registrant information," Parsons told ComputerWire. "Domains By Proxy is purchasing the domain, then giving the customer the full benefits of ownership." The service will likely cost $5 to $10 more than a regular registration with Go Daddy, Parsons said, though pricing had not been confirmed at press time.

    He said that registrants enter an agreement that allows them to do anything with a domain they could do if they owned it, including sell or transfer it, but they don't actually own it officially. If registrants do anything bad with the domain, such as provide illegal pornography or send out spam, they lose the benefits of anonymity.

    The Internet Corp for Assigned Names and Numbers mandates that all accredited domain registrars provide complete and accurate contact information in all their Whois database entries. This obligation is backed strongly by the intellectual property lobby, which likes to be able to notify people of trademark or copyright infringements online.

    According to Parsons, users who sign up for the service still have to abide by ICANN's Uniform Dispute Resolution Policy, which is used to settle disputes over trademarks in domain names. Anonymity can be withdrawn if a trademark infringement occurs, but it was not immediately clear how DBP determines infringement.

    In addition, Domains By Proxy may be protected by two layers of removal from the ICANN accreditation contract. First, Go Daddy, which has the contractual relationship with ICANN, is a separate company from DBP. Second, officially it is DBP that "owns" the domain, and therefore must provide its contact details.

    "It was not necessary to get ICANN's approval," Parsons said. "There are no violations of ICANN's rules or policy." An ICANN spokesperson agreed that, at first glance, DBP does not appear to be doing anything wrong. ICANN is looking more closely to make sure, the spokesperson said.

    The service will have the added benefit for Go Daddy of protecting a portion of its registration base against the predatory tactics of competing registrars. At least three registrars currently stand accused of data mining Whois to find the addresses of their competitors' customers, for the purposes of luring them away.

    Users of the service can have email sent to the address in the Whois forwarded to them, and can even have DBP act as a snail-mail proxy, for an additional fee. Parsons said the company has patents pending on the technology behind the service.

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    swazzie, I think that now your barking up the wrong tree. Domains by proxy sounds like a company that simply sells domain names and may be hard to pin down as a "conspirator" in any wrong doing. It'll be hard enough to prove RBrides did anything wrong, or had any knowlegde of what people put did that profiles on the site. If your heart is in it, go for the little fish first and work your way up to what you think may be the big shark.

    Think about it. A guy says, "I want the domain name RBrides.com." Another guy says "Okay, I can set that up for you." How can you prove collussion just because a guy sold a name? We all know RBrides is dirty, but it'll be hard enough just to prove that they had any foreknowledge of what individuals posting profiles on the site were doing once two consenting adults leave their messaging system and go to private e-mails.

    See the problem??? I'm sure there are ways to find and prove everything, but what will be the cost??? That's why so many people don't go after the sites. Some go after the individual scammers, but even that get's a bit sticky if you can't go to the country to file a complaint and prosecute. This is why most scammers get away with it and all we can do is exchange information about them.

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    Well your point is well taken. However my intent isn't to expose rBrides as a fraud since the informed at least already know that. It is to expose the operators who hide behind this anonymity-service at Domains By Proxy. I know it's really a pointless endeavor, but just to be a thorn in the side of the rBrides dicks would be a little satisfaction. Moreover, if everyone had an I'm just a little guy who can make no difference attitude you wouldn't have seen the recent prosecutions of Match.com and Yahoo Personals by the Federal Government. Those scams came to light from two seperate but equally pissed-off guys on opposite ends of the country. See my post about domestic scammers for the full info on that.

    Swazzie

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    I have to praise your work Swazzie,I like your passion to nail Rbrides,I have been following with great intrest.
    But i know in a Australia if you aid a criminal to perform a crime you are just as giulty as the criminal,Isnt Rbrides aiding criminals to perform thier crime,for example not deleting known scammers from thier site and supplying an unmonitered site for them to operate in,my book they are as giulty as sin.If they operate out of America arn't they open for possible prosicution???

    SCAMFREE

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    Yah it like that line in Erin Brokovich, "I know it and you know it, but show me the evidence that prooves it". Additionally, as opposed to most countries where you have clear divisions between business, law-enforcement, military and government, in Russia all the lines of distinction are blurred. Everyone works for somebody who knows somebody and they all want to make money. A few years ago the World Bank gave Russia TWELVE BILLION dollars to improve their countries' infrastructure. ALL OF IT was siphoned-off into a thousand dummy companies run by the 13 so-called "Oligarchs".

    In any event I just want to be a pest. I know in reality I can't shut them down per se, but if the identity of so and so who runs rBrides were to be publicized through my efforts that might piss him off and that's worth the 30 bucks I lost.

    Oh and I changed my profile on rBrides. I am now an eight foot tall, 400 pound lesbian who only likes anal sex. And I borrowed someone's joke I found here saying my job is to expose internet scammers and I want to send you money. Lots and lots of money! They don't even read it! I got another new email from another scammer tonight. Bikini shot of course. Same form letter I've read a hundred times.

    Anyway, thanks for the feedback.


    Swazzie



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