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Re: Misspelled domain name scam

From: Rich Pulham <rich_at_internetcontentdevelopers.com>
Date: Wed 23 May 2001 10:57:32 -0500

JANET FOUTS <fouts_at_foggy.com> WROTE:

>Our domain name is tatu.com
>a company recently began to frame our site with his
>own, with no reference to their own company at all.
>doesn't make sense why, but I apparently can't make
>him stop...The addresses showing up in my logs are:
> http://www.tatueeka.cjb.net/
> http://eekajatatu.cjb.net/
> http://www.eekajatatu.cjb.net/

There is some simple JavaScript you can put in your
head that will break out of any frames. Try
Builder.com at
 http://www.builder.com/Programming/Stupid4/ss09.html?tag=st.bl.7264.dir1.Stupid4_9

Rich Pulham
www.InternetContentDevelopers.com



Received on Wed May 23 2001 - 10:57:32 CDT


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