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support@corp.lawyer.com
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lawyer.com

Post by support@corp.lawyer.com » Fri Dec 12, 2014 4:04 pm

Site URL: http://lawyer.com
Scorecard: View scorecard

Introduction:
Lawyer.com is a leading online lawyer directory in the United States. We were not the owners of the @lawyer.com email addresses at the time the complaints were made, they were used by registered users of mail.com a 1 & 1 company. Lawyer.com uses the email address @corp.lawyer.com. Once made aware of the abusive practices of @lawyer.com users, we purchased the rights of the @lawyer.com email address back.

Our company is just a lawyer directory that does not engage in any consumer emailing or marketing, we help users find a lawyer that can help them with their case.

Has privacy policy?
https://privacy.truste.com/reseller/pri ... 1e0af308e3

Has a way for users to contact site owners?
http://www.lawyer.com

Whois Information:
http://whois.domaintools.com/lawyer.com

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This post was generated automatically. All information is as entered by the site owner.

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Dutch Mountain
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RE: lawyer.com

Post by Dutch Mountain » Sat Dec 13, 2014 7:02 pm

Found the site and many others related to the WORLD ACCELERATOR. COM site in a blacklist, such as:
SCANDAL.COM; COUPLE.COM; LAWYER.COM; ACCOUNTANT.COM; TEACHER.COM; INNOCENT.COM; WORLDMEDIAGROUPLLC.COM .

But that was about a year ago and I can't recall what list it was.

See details:
https://www.mywot.com/scorecard/worldaccelerator.com
https://www.mywot.com/scorecard/worldmediagroupllc.com
https://www.mywot.com/scorecard/teacher.com
https://www.mywot.com/scorecard/innocent.com
https://www.mywot.com/scorecard/couple.com
https://www.mywot.com/scorecard/accountant.com

[cite]We were not the owners of the @lawyer.com email addresses at the time the complaints were made[/cite]
Huh ? But you owned ( and still own ) the URL and that's the landing page also, I assume.

[cite]Once made aware of the abusive practices of @lawyer.com users, we purchased the rights of the @lawyer.com email address back.[/cite]
Again I'm lifting my eyebrows.
"Purchase back" what is rightfully yours ? That's weird IMO

So please give some evidence that the situation has really improved.
People may say anything but is it true.
I'm not believing you on just your blue eyes ( Dutch idiom ).


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henryvoll
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RE: lawyer.com

Post by henryvoll » Mon Aug 31, 2015 1:59 pm

I must agree with Dutch Moutain's comments here. It does not make any sense that you would own the domain, but not the email rights. I work in IT, and setting up domains for business is part of what I do. You would have to explicitly allow someone else to use your MX-records (related to your domain, and email traffic), which would require an active participation on your part.

You don't purchase parts of a domain. When you purchase a domain, you own all aspects of it - including email.

Now, having another look at your site today - I must admit it looks legit enough. I recognize some of the listings are real lawyers in my area, so I will do you the favor of paying more attention, and I will indeed change my score if I see the proper changes have been made.

However, the explanation you are offering here sounds more to me (an IT guy) like a coverup - which might very well be the covering of a horrible mistake made, that has been recified, but if that is the case you should own it and apologize. I am sure more people would be open to changing their rating.

I have nbever - since then - had trouble with this domain, so I am inclined to think that SOMETHING has indeed been fixed. I just don't believe that it was "purchasing the rights to use your own domain's MX-records".

The only way that makes any sense, is if we look at it from a different angle. Someone else, entirely, owns the domain, and they allowed you to use the web-address. That would still leave them in control of everything technical, and thereby also the MX-records. I just don't see why you would do that, and if you did - you certainly got in bed with some shifty people who would then against your wishes sell the rights to use the domain-nam to scammers.

Doesn't make any sense to have multiple groups, seperated from eachother, using the same domain.

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