i’ve got an e-mail 1 hour ago from godaddy. e-mail comes from email@example.com and subject wasImportant ICANN Notice Regarding Your Domain Name(s). it’s getting annoying, asked me to confirm a few domains, i was worry about that and i suppose that is spam or scam!
here are e-mail content
Important ICANN Notice Regarding Your Domain Name(s)
Dear fatih simsek,
It’s that time of year again. ICANN (the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers) annually requires that all accredited registrars (like Go Daddy) ask their domain administrators/registrants to review domain name contact data, and make any changes necessary to ensure accuracy. According to our records you are the ADMINISTRATIVE CONTACT for one or more domains registered at GoDaddy.com, Inc. as of September 3rd, 2008.
To review/update your contact data, simply:
+ Go to www.godaddy.com/somelinkhere
+ Click on the “ICANN Domain Confirmation” icon at the top of the page
+ You will be taken to a landing page and asked to enter your Domain Information Key:
+ Enter your key and click “Go.”
Next, simply review the contact information for each domain name. To make a correction, log in to “My Account” with your customer number or log in name and password. Click “Domains,” select the domain to update, then click “Contact.” If you find that your domain contact data is accurate, there’s no need to take action.
If, however, your domain contact information is inaccurate, you must correct it. (Under ICANN rules and the terms of your registration agreement, providing false contact information can be grounds for domain name cancellation.) To review the ICANN policy, visit: http://www.icann.org/whois/wdrp-registrant-faq.htm
Should you have any questions, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call our customer support line at (480) 505-8877.
Thanks for your attention and thank you for being a GoDaddy.com, Inc. customer.
GoDaddy.com, Inc. Domain Support
If you are the domain administrator of more than one GoDaddy.com domain account, you may receive this notice multiple times.
Copyright (c) 2008 GoDaddy.com, Inc. All rights reserved.
I just spoke to godaddy about this e-mail they say that the mailing of these letters is legitimate, however, they also said that each letter should come addressed to you and your complete name.
According to the rep, it IS POSSIBLE that somebody is phishing with a similar letter since it is the time of year to get such letters.
In the POTENTIAL SCAM letter, they won’t have your name at the very least.
His reccomendation is to simply ignore and delete the letters and simply log directly on to your account and browse through your domains for accurate whois information.
There is NO reason to enter in the ICANN KEY if ou don’t want to. Just be sure that your data is up to date.
Be careful out there!
here are answer from email@example.com
|Support Staff Response|
|Dear fatih simsek,
Thank you for contacting online support.
GoDaddy.com has sent an email to all domain registrants asking for verification of domain contact information. ICANN (Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers) requires all registrars to do so each year.
We will be sending these notices over the next month, so if any of your domains are not listed, you will receive an email for these domains in the coming month. To proceed, please click the link that was sent in the ICANN email or paste the URL into your browser to verify your information.
***Please note that you do not need to do anything if your information is correct.***
If you are unable proceed through the link in the email and are unable to see the ICANN image at the top of our home page, please use the link that I have included below to insert your Domain Information Key from the email.