Don’t Be Duped by Deceptive DNS Invoices
Earlier this week one of our clients contacted me about a “statement” she received for DNS services. The “statement” (shown below) is deceptively designed to look like an invoice for existing services. It’s phony and there’s no need to pay it.
If you receive one of these invoices, throw it in the trash. Or better yet, file a complaint with the Better Business Bureau.
It’s reminiscent of the deceptive domain name renewal notices Domain Registry of America sends out.
OurChurch.Com (and all web hosting companies I’m aware of) includes DNS services with every web hosting package. While there are circumstances in which someone may choose to use 3rd party DNS services, they are rare and not the norm.
Have you received one of these phony DNS Services invoices? What do you think of it?