Beware of letters from Network Media Group

200901230948573371A while ago, we already told you that you should beware of letters from Domain Renewal Group (DRG). This now applies also for letters from Network Media Group. However, they even go a bit further.

DRG sent you a letter in which they told you, you had to pay them to renew certain domain names. If you had a closer look at the letter then you could notice in small print that you were transferring your domain name to them. NMG sends you a reminder in which they try to sell you domain names which look like your current domain name. No small print here, so it looks like you’re dealing with an unpaid invoice. So they act in a more brutal way than DRG. Therefore we strongly advise you to ignore the reminders of NMG.

If you receive any requests regarding your domain name, we advice you to contact your current domain name registrar since they will be able to tell you what is real and what isn’t.

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This post was written by lieve on January 23, 2009

3 Comments so far

  1. willunerkanntbleiben May 7, 2009 5:09 pm

    Hi @ all,
    as a systemadministrator from a german company i will inform you about Our companyname is not, it is only for example. Today at 07 may 2009 we recive a bill from to register our domain at .biz, .org, .info an they need 229€ for one year!. The normal price with our provider is aprox. 20-30 € / year. Warning abot this company. Nobody from our company take this order. Normaly the laydis from the office pay all bills. Be prepared for this bill!

    Greetings from a systemadministrator from germany

  2. Christoph May 29, 2009 12:24 pm


    I just received such a notice and had a closer look. For all of you that need peace of mind on this, it says

    “This is a solicitation on a previously sent offer, there is no obligation to pay”

    in small grey print as the second paragraph under the “total payable” line.

  3. Iver Olsen June 4, 2009 3:16 pm

    Some of our customers in Norway have also gotten this bill, so I guess they are expanding? 🙂


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