Wow, someone wants to register your "wireless keyword." Ahem. No, nobody wants to register your domains. This scammer — whether his name is Mickeon, McKeon or otherwise — is sending out emails hoping that you'll be scared enough to buy overpriced services… which won't actually protect anything. It's a racket, it's a scam. Don't respond, don't be fooled by messages like this. Just delete them, and your Internet domains will be just fine.
From: "dave.mckeon" email@example.com
Date: March 27, 2010 5:43:12 AM PDT
Subject: FW: Notification of IPR and ISP
Reply-To: "firstname.lastname@example.org" email@example.com
We are an internet service provider and maintenance organization in Asia, responsible for the global domain name registration and protection of IPR(intellectual property right). Right here we have a very important issue related to your company's intellectual property, your confirmation is highly appreciated.
On March 10 2010, we received an application from one company named Lwoquen investment Company Limited, they want to register some domain name and trademark keyword. Currently, this application is right in the progress, however, when we were about to finalize the process, we double-checked these domain names and wireless keyword, the keyword is very similar with your company's trademark. Therefore we need to confirm with you (as follows):
1. whether your company consigned Lwoquen investment Company Limited to register the wireless keyword and domain names on the behalf of your company. If it is true, please let us konw, as we will help them complete the registration.
2. if your company did not consign Lwoquen investment Company Limited to register the wireless keyword and domain names, please reply to confirm immediately.
If you have any question, please let me know and your cooperation is highly appreciated.
Auditing Department Director
HongKong Net Cimpany Ltd
Tel: 00852-3060 6608 | Fax: 00852 - 3072 3949 firstname.lastname@example.org | Web: http://www.hknet.com