I received four identical versions of this message, targeting four separate domains — some of which were entirely unrelated. Don't be fooled, don't respond to these domain scams. Once you respond, they'll find ways to get money out of you, by selling you "services" that you don't need, or by registering your domains themselves, and then trying to selling them back to you.
I changed the domain in the message to MYDOMAIN.
Date: July 20, 2009 5:03:53 AM PDT
Subject: Internet copyright of MYDOMAIN (To Principal)
We are a professional intellectual property right consultant organization in Asia, who mainly deal with the global domain name registration and internet intellectual property right protection.
Right now we have an important issue to confirm with you. On July. 18, 2009, we formally received an application, one company named "Shasea International Holdings Ltd." applied for the brand keyword "MYDOMAIN" and following domain names:
with our organization.
During our preliminary investigation, we found that these domain names' keyword is identical with your trademark. I wonder whether you consigned Shasea company to register these domain names with us? Or is Shasea company your business partner or distributor in Asia? If you have no relationship with this company, we assume that they have other purposes to obtain these domain names.
Currently, we have already postponed this company's application temporarily. Therefore please let the relevant person make a confirmation with me by telephone or email as soon as possible.
Thanks & Regards,
Mail: Jack@oneeasyidc.hk & Jack@oneeasydnr.hk