United States Domain Registration

Public access to a domain name registrar fully accredited by the
Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN).

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Beware of domain update scam: We have been repeatedly hearing from customers who received a letter or eMail concerning their .com domain registration, most of the times from a domain registrar called Domain Registry of America (droa.com). In this official looking letter you are told that the domain you registered expires soon and informed about the steps to take in order to keep it. Don't follow those instructions. This organization has no administrative powers concerning .com domains. There scam is that they look up .com domains that expire soon and get your contact data from the whois data. By filling out the forms provided (which includes telling them your credit card data) you sign a contract and make them your domain service provider. Most of the time you pay significantly more than before. If you have registered your domain with United States Domain Registration, there is no need to get in touch with any other company or organization. Please ignore any letters from Domain Registry of America. You will automatically receive eMails from us when your domain needs attention or updating.