Chinese Domain Name Registration Scams

In the middle of December 2012 an individual in China calling himself simply “John” attempted to scare me into registering the .asia, .cn, .com.cn, .net.cn and .org.cn versions of my website’s address using a Chinese Domain Name Scam. The individual responsible is almost certainly one Pan Xiaohong of Shanghai, who failed to convince me to purchase a single thing from him.

Chinese Domain Name Scams

Too Long; Didn’t Read?

    1. It’s a scam
    2. Delete it
    3. There’s no need to register these domain names through your usual registrar
    4. If you ask your usual registrar they will probably use FUD (fear uncertainty and doubt) to encourage you to spend money with them as most registrars are not much better than these scammers

The Long Version…

Here’s an email I received before Christmas from info@ygnetworksit.com:

Dear Manager,

(If you are not the person who is in charge of this, please forward this to your CEO,Thanks)

This email is from China domain name registration center, which mainly deal with the domain name registration in China. We received an application from BaoYuan Ltd on December 17, 2012. They want to register ” squelchdesign ” as their internet keyword and China/Asia (CN/ASIA) domain names. But after checking it, we find this name conflicts with your company. In order to deal with this matter better, so we send you email and confirm whether this company is your distributor or business partner in China or not?

Best Regards

John
General Manager
Shanghai Office (Head Office)
3002, Nanhai Building, No. 854 Nandan Road,
Xuhui District, Shanghai 200070, China
Tel: +86 216191 8696
Mobile: +86 1870199 4951
Fax: +86 216191 8697
Web: www.ygnetworkit.com

An odd email; Lots of broken English and things that don’t entirely make sense if you know anything about my company, but then it could be from a legitimate source that simply hasn’t taken the time to find out more about the company. I figured it had to be suspect, but gave them the benefit of the doubt to see where this was heading:

Hello John,

I’m not 100% sure I am understanding your question fully. BaoYuan are in no way associated with Squelch Design, today is the first time I heard the name.

Yes there would be a conflict if they go ahead and register squelchdesign.cn; Squelch Design does not actively operate in China, but is happy to accept custom from all over the world. I believe registering a company in China with the same name would cause brand confusion and erosion and, given that I went to great lengths to find a name that was not already in use, and having invested a great deal of time and money into Search Engine Optimisation, registering a similarly named website would be very poor etiquette. As far as I can tell BaoYuan are in the chemical/packing materials industry, so it strikes me as odd that they would want to register “squelchdesign” as a domain.

Many thanks,
Matt Lowe

Three days later I got a response. Not from John, but from Lin JianFa – supposedly an employee of BaoYuan – yet using the address jianfa.lin@yahoo.cn:

Dear Sirs,

Our company has submitted the “squelchdesign ” as CN/Asia domain name and Internet Keyword, we are waiting for Mr. John’s approval. We think this name is very important for our products in Chinese and Asian market. Even though Mr. John advises us to change another name, we will persist in this name.

Best regards

Lin JianFa

Immediately I smelt a rat, the style of the speech was absolutely identical to John’s, as was the formatting and with similar incorrect usage of punctuation. I’ve seen this before when I baited a Nigerian 419 scammer a few years back. The fact that this employee of the company was using a Yahoo address was just plain wrong. So far they’d set the scene: They’d heavily implied someone was going to take my company name and start using it, creating brand confusion, but they’d not yet presented a way to get money out of me. So, I carried on playing along:

Lin,

I believe that if you persist in using the name squelchdesign.cn you will only confuse my customers and yours, making it more difficult for my customers to find my website. May I ask what services/business your company would be doing with the name?

Many thanks,
Matt Lowe

That was the last I heard from Lin. John, however, did send me more emails:

Dear Matt ,

Based on your company having no relationship with them, we have suggested they should choose another name to avoid this conflict but they insist on this name as CN/Asia domain names (.asia and .cn and .com.cn and .net.cn and .org.cn) and internet keyword on the internet. In our opinion, maybe they do the similar business as your company and register it to promote his company.
According to the domain name registration principle: The domain names and internet keyword which applied based on the international principle are opened to companies as well as individuals. Any companies or individuals have rights to register any domain name and internet keyword which are unregistered. Because your company haven’t registered this name as CN/ASIA domains and internet keyword on the internet, anyone can obtain them by registration. However, in order to avoid this conflict, the trademark or original name owner has priority to make this registration in our audit period. If your company is the original owner of this name and want to register these CN/ASIA domain names (.asia and .cn and .com.cn and .net.cn and .org.cn) and internet keyword to prevent anybody from using them, please inform us. We can send an application form and the price list to you and help you register these within dispute period.

Kind regards

John
General Manager
Shanghai Office (Head Office)
3002, Nanhai Building, No. 854 Nandan Road,
Xuhui District, Shanghai 200070, China
Tel: +86 216191 8696
Mobile: +86 1870199 4951
Fax: +86 216191 8697
Web: www.ygnetworkit.com

Note the good cop/bad cop thing that he has going on with Lin; He’s doing me a favour by telling me they want to encroach on my company’s name.

The guys over at TechRepublic received an incredibly similar email back in 2009. Over at HoaxSlayer other people have reported, pretty much word for word, the exact same emails I have shown here. Even Wikipedia has an article on this scam. But I carried on playing along, curious to see how much he wanted to fleece me for:

Hi John,

How long is the dispute period?

Many thanks,
Matt Lowe

 

Dear Matt ,

The checking time will be over soon, we have not received your reply about the domain name and internet keyword since our last communication. You must know domain name takes open registration, this is international domain name registration principle. So the company has right to register them. As a domain name registrar, we have no right to refuse their application. We aslo suggest this company should change another name but they stick to this name so if your company want to prevent anybody from using these domains, the only way is to register these CN/ASIA domains and internet keyword. In our checking time, your company has first priority to register them. Could you tell us whether your company want to make this application to prevent anybody from using them or not?

Best Regards

John

 

Hi John,

Thanks for the reply. How much would it cost?

Many thanks,
Matt Lowe

And now, the moment of truth:

Dear Matt:

Thanks for your reply. If you would like to protect by yourself and according to our checking progress,
we will send an application blank to you. After you fill in it, you need to send it back to us. When we
received you information we will overrule their application and register for you in one day. And the
registration fee for CN domain is 38.8 USD year, ASIA domain is 36.6 USD per year, internet keyword
is 148 USD per year. If you want to protect yourself, I am very glad to help you. Right now, the checking
is going to the end, please reply in two working days.

Have a nice day .

Best Regards

John

So back in his first email he suggested BaoYuan wanted to register squelchdesign.asia, squelchdesign.cn, squelchdesign.com.cn, squelchdesign.net.cn, squelchdesign.org.cn, and the internet keyword “squelchdesign”. That’s one .asia, four .cn domains, and one Internet keyword. That comes to a total of $339.80 USD or approximately £214.

The moral of the story is if you get an email from China (or anywhere else for that matter) warning you that someone is trying to muscle in on your business’s name, be very careful. Very very careful indeed. Here’s the registration details for the scammer’s company:

pan xiaohong
lichenfang@zjedu.org
tel: 13661529704
fax: 02162961557
shanghaixingqunandanlu
shanghai,shanghai,CN
200010

I’m 99% sure that “John” is a fictitious character and that Pan Xiaohong is in fact the perpetrator. So maybe if you get an email from this John character, maybe try replying with “Hi Pan”, and see what happens? ;) Take care of your businesses guys.


Update 28/08/2013

The comments section below is getting pretty long as more and more people find this blog and send in the emails they received. As such I’m going to try and summarise the information in the comments below.

You might get emails from any of the following companies: YIGUAN, YIGUDNS, YIGUTEK, YGITECH or the domain names www.ygnetworkit.com, www.yiguannetwork.com, www.yigudns.com, www.yigutek.com, www.ygitech.com, www.cnygregistry.net, www.ygregistryltd.net, www.ygasia.org, www.ygcompany.org, pxisp.net or des-registry.org.
They might use one of the following names: John, Jim, Terry Tang, Peter Cheng, James Zhang, Simon Cheng, Gary Zhang, Mika Cao, Lan Du, Lex Ren, Jim Ying, Bill Cheng, Mark Wong or Abby Wang.
They might claim that the company attempting to register the domain is: BaoYuan Ltd, Weisheng company, Weisheng Holdings Ltd, Taisheng Limited, PengCheng Trading Co. Ltd, Huasheng Ltd, Huafeng Ltd or Kenpoco Ltd. Note that some, perhaps even all, of these companies are legitimate Asian companies and the scammers are simply using their names to try and give credibility to their claims.
You might be contacted by someone claiming to be from one of the companies above, usually using a Yahoo or Hotmail email address rather than a legitimate business address: Lin JianFa, Warren Chiou, Darren Chiou or Jiang Zhifa.

If you received an email with slightly different wording or from a different company then please feel free to post it in the comments section below so I can update the blog and we can all stay one step ahead of the scam.

About Matt Lowe

Matt Lowe is a WordPress web designer / developer based in Newbury, Berkshire. After 8 years of doing the nine-to-five for other companies and watching them make the same mistakes over and over he set out in business on his own, forming Squelch Design to help businesses get online and make money.

1,094 comments on “Chinese Domain Name Registration Scams

  1. Thank you for this information on your blog. We are a mexican company and today we received this e-mail:

    From: Robin Bu

    Dear Sir or Madam,
    This is the official confirmation, please review and reply it carefully. Today, our center received an application from HISFS Holdings Ltd applying to register “xxxxxx” as their brand name and some top-level domain names(.CN .HK etc). After our careful investigation, We found the main body of domain names is same as yours. As a professional registrar, We are obligated to inform you of this situation.
    We are handling the application and we need to confirm whether or not you authorize them to register them? Let me know your answer ASAP so as to solve this promptly. Thanks for your cooperation.
    Best Regards
    Robin Bu
    Service Manager
    Tel:0086.(0)551.63491 193
    Fax:0086.(0)551.63491 192
    Address:No.2 Building,Wanda Square,WuHu Road,Hefei China

  2. Dear Matt -thank you for your work, we received similar email yesterday, below is the email.

    From: Bruce Lee [mailto:Lee@moip-net.com.cn]
    Sent: 12 March 2017 11:33
    To: xxxxxxx
    Subject: About “my company name”
    Importance: High

    Dear President or CEO,
    I am grateful for you checking this letter out. We are a Chinese domain registrar. Recently, we received the registration request from HAOHE Global Ltd applying to register “my company name” brand and domain names(cn hk etc), which have same main body as your company’s name. We send this letter to confirm with your company whether or not you authorize them to register those names. Please give me your thoughts ASAP so as to let us carry on, Thanks.
    Best Regards,
    Bruce Lee
    Tel:+86-551 634911 93
    Fax:+86-551 634911 92
    No.6 Building,Wanda Square,Dongliu Road,Hefei China

  3. Received one this morning, form the email address RBu@molp-link.com.cn:

    Dear Sir or Madam,

    Sorry to bother you. We are domain registrar and received the registration request from KEINGS Int’l Ltd applying to register “xxx” brand and domain names(cn hk etc). We found those names have same main body as your company’s name. As a professional registrar, We are obligated to inform you of this situation. We hereby confirm with your company whether or not your company are affiliated with the applicant.

    We are handling the application. Let me know your positon ASAP so as to solve it promptly. Looking forward to your reply.

    Best Regards
    Robin Bu
    Service Manager
    Tel:+86-551 634911 93
    Fax:+86-551 634911 92
    Address:No.6 Building,Wanda Square,Dongliu Road,Hefei China

  4. I got a similar message yesterday. Thanks for the detailed description of this scam. Saved me a lot of time. Seems Pan is switching it up a bit. The email address used was rather than a yahoo address or something else obviously suspect. and he has a new name, Christian Lau. However, the body of the message was pretty similar:

    Dear Sir/Madam,
    Thanks for checking this email. We are a domain registrar. Today, we received a registration request from Adteo Global Limited applying to register [Company Name] Brand Name and domain names, which have same main part as your used name. Now, we are handling this application. We need to confirm whether this company is authorized by your company. Please let me know ASAP in order to do the next steps on this matter. Waiting for your prompt reply, thanks.
    Best Regards
    Christian Lau
    Tel:0086.(0)551.63491 193
    Fax:0086.(0)551.63491 192
    No.2 Building,Wanda Square,WuHu Road,Hefei China

    • Hi Hugh we received exactly the same message today…
      Dear Sir/Madam,

      Thanks for checking this email. We are a domain registrar. Today, we received a registration request from Michelle Cheung Capital Ltd. applying to register [our URL] Brand Name and domain names, which have same main part as your used name. Now, we are handling this application. We need to confirm whether this company is authorized by your company. Please let me know ASAP in order to do the next steps on this matter. Waiting for your prompt reply, thanks.

      Best Regards
      Christian Lau
      Tel:0086.(0)551.63491 193
      Fax:0086.(0)551.63491 192
      No.2 Building,Wanda Square,WuHu Road,Hefei China

  5. Dear CEO/Principal,

    This is Vince Lee—Senior Consultant of domain name registration and solution center in China. Here I have something to confirm with you. We formally received an application on March 13,2017. that a company claimed “Aitel Ltd” were applying to register “urbandefensekravmaga” as their Network Brand and some “urbandefensekravmaga” Asian countries top-level domain names(in/hk/tw/etc) and China (CN) domain names through our firm.

    Now we are handling this registration, and after our initial checking, we found the name were similar to your company’s, so we need to check with you whether your company has authorized that company to register these names. If you authorized this, we would finish the registration at once. If you did not authorize, please let us know within 7 workdays, so that we could handle this issue better. After the deadline we will unconditionally finish the registration for “Aitel Ltd”. Looking forward to your prompt reply.

    (This is a very important case, so please transfer this email to your CEO or Principal. Thanks a lot.)

    Best Regards,

    Vince Lee

    Senior Consultant Manager

  6. Dear sir or madam,

    We are a registrar for domain names authorized by Chinese government. Today, we received an application from New Java Global Co.,Ltd applying to register as their brand name and some top-level domain names(.CN .HK etc). After our initail checking, We found the main body of domain names is same as yours.

    We are handling the application and we need to confirm whether or not you authorize them to register them? Let me know your positon ASAP so as to solve it. Looking forward to your reply.

    Best regards,

    Warren Wang
    Tel:+86-551 634911 93
    Fax:+86-551 634911 92
    Address:No.6 Building,Wanda Square,Dongliu Road,Hefei China

  7. I received the following email about my company from this email address > zhang@e-sol.org.cn.

    For privacy reasons I have removed the name of my company – see email below .

    This is a letter to confirm the registration of your company name —————, please read this email in its entirety.

    Dear Sir or Madam,
    Thanks for reading this letter. This is a letter regarding ———– brand and domain names(cn hk etc). We are a Chinese domain registrar and received the registration application from “Hilin International Ltd” and found the main body of those brand and domain names is same as your company’s name. Therefore, we confirm with your company to verify whether or not you two companies are affiliated. Please reply me ASAP. Thanks for your cooperation.

    Best Regards,
    Evan Zhang
    Tel: +86.7395215980 Fax:+86.7395215981
    Address: 36 BeiJing Road Hefei 230001 China

    • Same here, except the sender had a different name but also came from e-sol.org.cn

  8. We received today this from following e-mail: JC@iqcsdns.cn

    “Dear Sir or Madam,

    This is a letter regarding the authorization of domain and brand names of your company, please take it seriously. We are a Chinese registrar for domain and brand names. The registration request has been received by our company from SIQL Global Ltd applying to register xxxxxxxxxxxx as their brand name and some top-level domain names(.CN .HK etc). We found the main body of those names is the same as yours after our initial checking.

    We are handling the request and needing to confirm whether or not your company authorizes the 3rd party company to register them ASAP. Please let me know your opinions so as to solve it promptly. Looking forward to your reply.

    Best Regards,
    Jerry Chan
    Tel:0086.(0)551.63491 193
    Fax:0086.(0)551.63491 192
    No.2 Building,Wanda Square,WuHu Road,Hefei China”

  9. I received the following today:

    Dear CEO or General Manager,

    This is a letter to confirm the registration of your company name ‘xxxxxxx’, please read it carefully. We are an agency engaging in registering brand name and domain names. Today, Our center received an application from ZEIL Trading Ltd and they apply to register ‘xxxx’ as their brand name and some top-level domain names(.CN .HK etc). We found the main body of domain names is same as your company name. I am not sure about the relationship between you and them. Please tell me whether or not your company authorizes them to register names.

    We are dealing with the application and we need to confirm whether you have authorized them? If you don’t authorize them, please reply me an e-mail. Looking forward to your reply.

    Best Regards,
    Bruce Lee
    Tel:0086.(0)551.63491 193
    Fax:0086.(0)551.63491 192
    No.2 Building,Wanda Square,WuHu Road,Hefei China

  10. I received the following email about my company from this email address > “Scott Zhang”

    For privacy reasons I have replaced the name of my company with “xxx” in the copy of the email below .

    “(Please forward this to your CEO, because this is urgent. Thanks)

    We are the domain name registration service company in China. On March 20, 2017, we received an application from Baokun Ltd requested “xxx” as their internet keyword and China (CN) domain names (xxx.cn, xxx.com.cn, xxx.net.cn, xxx.org.cn). But after checking it, we find this name conflict with your company name or trademark. In order to deal with this matter better, it’s necessary to send email to you and confirm whether your company is affiliated with this Chinese company or not?

    Best Regards,

    Scott Zhang | Service & Operations Manager

    China Registry (Head Office) | 6012, Xingdi Building, No. 1698 Yishan Road, Shanghai 201103, China
    Tel: +86-2161918696 | Fax: +86-2161918697 | Mob: +86-13816428671
    Email: scott@chinaregistry.com.cn
    Web: www . chinaregistry . com . cn

  11. Identical effort by the same scammer, this time the senders email address:
    Colby Fang

    Dear Sir/Madam,
    This is a letter to confirm the registration of your company name xxxxx, please read it carefully. Our center received an application from Ctrabo International Ltd and they apply to register xxxxx as their brand name and some top-level domain names. We found the name is same as your used name. I don’t know whether or not you have authorized them.
    We are dealing with the application and we need to confirm whether you have authorized them? Let me know quickly in order to solve this promptly. Looking forward to your reply.
    Best Regards

    Colby Fang
    Tel:+86-551 6349 1193
    Fax:+86-551 6349 1192
    Address:No.6 Building,Wanda Square,Dongliu Road,Hefei China

  12. (Please forward this to your CEO, because this is urgent. Thanks)

    We are the domain name registration service company in China. On March 20, 2017, we received an application from Baokun Ltd requested “revistayumecr” as their internet keyword and China (CN) domain names (revistayumecr.cn, revistayumecr.com.cn, revistayumecr.net.cn, revistayumecr.org.cn). But after checking it, we find this name conflict with your company name or trademark. In order to deal with this matter better, it’s necessary to send email to you and confirm whether this company is your business partner in China?

    Best Regards,
    Charles Xu | Service & Operations Manager
    China Registry (Head Office) | 6012, Xingdi Building, No. 1698 Yishan Road, Shanghai 201103, China
    Tel: +86-2161918696 | Fax: +86-2161918697 | Mob: +86-13816428671
    Email: charles@chinaregistry.org.cn
    Web: www . chinaregistry . org . cn

    This email contains privileged and confidential information intended for the addressee only. If you are not the intended recipient, please destroy this email and inform the sender immediately. We appreciate you respecting the confidentiality of this information by not disclosing or using the information in this email.

    To whom it concerns,
    We will register the China domain names “revistayumecr.cn” “revistayumecr.com.cn” “revistayumecr.net.cn” “revistayumecr.org.cn” and internet keyword “revistayumecr” and have submitted our application. We are waiting for Mr. Charles Xu’s approval and think these CN domains and internet keyword are very important for our business. Even though Mr. Charles Xu advises us to change another name, we will persist in this name.
    Kind regards
    Gareth Ren

  13. Received in Brisbane Qld, 18/03/2017

    (It’s very urgent, please transfer this email to your CEO. Thanks)

    This is a formal email. We are the Domain Registration Service company in China. Here I have something to confirm with you. On March 15, 2017, we received an application from Baokun Ltd requested “davidsonfg” as their internet keyword and China (CN) domain names (davidsonfg.cn, davidsonfg.com.cn, davidsonfg.net.cn, davidsonfg.org.cn). But after checking it, we find this name conflict with your company name or trademark. In order to deal with this matter better, it’s necessary to send email to you and confirm whether your company have connection with this Chinese company or not?

    Best Regards,

    Daniel Xu | Service & Operations Manager

    China Registry (Head Office) | 6012, Xingdi Building, No. 1698 Yishan Road, Shanghai 201103, China

    Tel: +86-2161918696 | Fax: +86-2161918697 | Mob: +86-13816428671

    Email: daniel@chinaregistry.cn

    Web: www . chinaregistry . cn

    This email contains privileged and confidential information intended for the addressee only. If you are not the intended recipient, please destroy this email and inform the sender immediately. We appreciate you respecting the confidentiality of this information by not disclosing or using the information in this email.

  14. Dear Sir or Madam,

    Sorry to bother you. We are domain registrar and received the registration request from RICINT Int’l Ltd applying to register “xxxxxxx” brand and domain names(cn hk etc). We found those names have same main body as your company’s name. As a professional registrar, We are obligated to inform you of this situation. We hereby confirm with your company whether or not your company are affiliated with the applicant.

    We are handling the application. Let me know your positon ASAP so as to solve it promptly. Looking forward to your reply.
    Best Regards

    Otto Bu
    Director
    Tel:+86-551 634911 93
    Fax:+86-551 634911 92
    Address:No.6 Building,Wanda Square,Dongliu Road,Hefei China

  15. And here is another example:

    From: Alan Liu [mailto:chinaregistry784@aliyun.com]

    (It’s very urgent, please transfer this email to your CEO. Thanks)

    We are the domain registration and solution center in China. On March 20, 2017, we received an application from Baokun Ltd requested “columbiamachine” as their internet keyword and China (CN) domain names (columbiamachine.cn, columbiamachine.com.cn, columbiamachine.net.cn, columbiamachine.org.cn). But after checking it, we find this name conflict with your company name or trademark. In order to deal with this matter better, it’s necessary to send email to you and confirm whether your company is affiliated with this Chinese company or not?

    Best Regards,
    Alan Liu | Service & Operations Manager
    China Registry (Head Office) | 6012, Xingdi Building, No. 1698 Yishan Road, Shanghai 201103, China
    Tel: +86-2161918696 | Fax: +86-2161918697 | Mob: +86-13816428671
    Email: alan@chinaregistry.org.cn
    Web: www . chinaregistry . org . cn

    This email contains privileged and confidential information intended for the addressee only. If you are not the intended recipient, please destroy this email and inform the sender immediately. We appreciate you respecting the confidentiality of this information by not disclosing or using the information in this email.

  16. I’m in :))
    Good luck everybody and fuck them.

    “Dear Sir or Madam,

    Sorry to bother you, we need your confirmation about the authorization of registration of your company name rdagroup, please read this letter thoroughly.

    We are the Chinese agency engaging in registering brand name and domain names. Our center received the registration request from Baro Monu Technology and they applied to register rdagroup as their brand name and some top-level domain names(.CN/.HK etc). We found the main body of those names is the same as your company name. I am not sure about the relationship between your company and the 3rd party company. Please let me know whether or not your company authorizes them to register names. We are handling the request and urgently needing your clarification.

    Thanks for your cooperation and look forward to your prompt reply.

    Best regards,
    Rick Ma
    Tel:+86-551 634911 93
    Fax:+86-551 634911 92
    Address:No.6 Building,Wanda Square,Dongliu Road,Hefei,China

  17. This is a letter to confirm the registration of your company name aprdefrance, please read this email in its entirety.
    Dear Sir or Madam,
    Thanks for reading this letter. This is a letter regarding xxxxx brand and domain names(cn hk etc). We are a Chinese domain registrar and received the registration application from “Hilin International Ltd” and found the main body of those brand and domain names is same as your company’s name. Therefore, we confirm with your company to verify whether or not you two companies are affiliated. Please reply me ASAP. Thanks for your cooperation.

    Best Regards,
    Aldrich Li
    Tel: +86.7395215980 Fax:+86.7395215981
    Address: 36 BeiJing Road Hefei 230001 China

  18. This is what I got today from Aldrich Li

    This is a letter to confirm the registration of your company name andreephotography, please read this email in its entirety.

    Dear Sir or Madam,

    Thanks for reading this letter. This is a letter regarding andreephotography brand and domain names(cn hk etc). We are a Chinese domain registrar and received the registration application from “Hilin International Ltd” and found the main body of those brand and domain names is same as your company’s name. Therefore, we confirm with your company to verify whether or not you two companies are affiliated. Please reply me ASAP. Thanks for your cooperation.

    Best Regards,
    Aldrich Li
    Tel: +86.7395215980 Fax:+86.7395215981
    Address: 36 BeiJing Road Hefei 230001 China

  19. This is a letter to confirm the registration of your company name xxxxx, please read this email in its entirety.
    Dear Sir or Madam,
    Thanks for reading this letter. This is a letter regarding xxxxx brand and domain names(cn hk etc). We are a Chinese domain registrar and received the registration application from “Hilin International Ltd” and found the main body of those brand and domain names is same as your company’s name. Therefore, we confirm with your company to verify whether or not you two companies are affiliated. Please reply me ASAP. Thanks for your cooperation.
    Best Regards,
    Aldrich Li
    Tel: +86.7395215980 Fax:+86.7395215981
    Address: 36 BeiJing Road Hefei 230001 China

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