Have you ever received a notice in the mail to renew your website domain? If so throw it in the garbage immediately. The only authorized company that can renew your domain is from where you originally bought it from. Most companies use a domain registrar like GoDaddy.
What’s going on, everybody? There’s a chance that if you have a website, at some point you may have received a letter that looks like this in the mail from a company called Domain Listings outta Las Vegas, Nevada. What it is, is it’s telling you that you need to renew your domain and it costs about $300 to do so.
Well, when you get those letters, throw ’em into trash. I get calls, emails, texts, all the time from clients who get these, wondering why their domain. Is about to expire, and I’m here to tell you that it is NOT. The only place that you can renew your domain is the registrar that you initially bought your domain from when you set up your website, something like GoDaddy or Blue Host, those are legitimate registrars. This is not.
This is an online business directory that’s misleading people with these letters saying that you need to renew your domain when in fact it’s just some business directory somebody set up with the company. So there’s no need to acknowledge this letter at all. Throw it in the garbage, or if you wanna spend a couple hundred dollars and throw it out the window, go ahead and respond and pay the fee. If not, make sure your domain is renewed because they will take down your website and sell it to somebody else. Talk to you soon.
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Benjamin Ricciardi is the founder of Ironclad Restoration Marketing, A digital marketing agency that specializes in the Restoration and Cleaning industry based in South Florida. Benjamin is the author of The No Bulls**t Guide to Internet Marketing for Restoration Contractors and hosts The Restoration Rundown Podcast, a podcast that is focused on everything related to marketing and owning a Restoration and Cleaning Business. Connect with Benjamin and Ironclad Restoration Marketing on social media for the latest tips and tricks on how to grow your Restoration Business.