If you have a website, you need to read this important business-saving article by Lynn Carlisle, Carlisle Communications, Inc.
My Domain Has Been Stolen!
Take a few simple steps to protect your domain name from being hijacked
On a recent Monday morning, as was her usual practice, a friend and business associate started her daily online session by checking on her own domain, let's call it "myshop.com." What she saw started her heart racing. The content, graphics, links, everything at myshop.com had completely changed. Calls to her web developer and her host confirmed her fears: they hadn't made any changes. A quick check of her WHOIS record made the day go from bad to worse: my associate was no longer listed as the domain owner and someone else's company name and contact information was now on the official registration.
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A big thanks to Mike Hartnett of Creative Leisure News Online, a business newsletter serving professionals in the arts & crafts industry, for publishing Lynn's article. Visit Creative Leisure News at http://www.clnonline.com