(If you are NOT CEO,please forward this to your CEO, because this is urgent.Thanks.)
are the department of registration service in China.We have something
need to confirm with you. We formally received an application.One
company which called "TML Investment Corp" are applying to register
"PrintNet" as internet brand and CN domain names as below :
" on July 14th,2009.After our initial examination,we found that the
internet brand applied for registration are as same as your company's
name and trademark.These days we will deal with it, hope to get the
affirmation from your company. If your company has not authorized the
aforesaid company to register these,Please contact us as soon as
In addition,we hereby affirm that our time limit for
dissent application is 7 days.If your company files no dissent within
the time limit,we will unconditionally approve the application submitted
by "TML Investment Corp".
Address: Room 1501,No.12,Lane 788,Xiupu Road,Nanhui District,ShangHai,China
receipt of this e-mail, follow up phone calls are usually made by the
'Auditing Office' to reinforce the legitimacy of the threat, and
recommendations are made to secure these domains. The success of this
current scam is entirely dependent on the organisation (which is being
allegedly threatened) unnecessarily registering additional domains to
protect their internet trademarks.
Printing Industries advises
anyone who receives correspondence from sources similar to those
detailed above to ensure that they have appropriate rights to their
existing domain name(s) etc. It is recommended that you ignore all mails
related to these 'domain threats'.
If in doubt, contact Printing Industries on (02) 8789 7300 for advice.
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