NameCheap has come under fire from the anti-fraud community again.
From what can be gathered, NameCheap has been playing anti-abuse
games again. In the past Enom has diverted all issues linked to
NameCheap to them for abuse handling, despite Enom being the registrar
of record and ultimately responsible. In the process deserving cases for
termination due to fraudulent domain registrations details and usage
are ignored. Namecheap is using any excuse possible not to act on abuse
reports apart from replying why they can't do anything.
has a ring of Heihachi and fake German shopkeeper to it. I would have
really thought that these parties have learnt from lessons past, but it
A list of open issues with Enom/NameCheap has just been posted here: http://forum.aa419.org/viewtopic.php?t=69328
a pack of peanuts and popcorn. It seems this situation has gone on too
long and the anti-abuse community is gearing up ...