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

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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:

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

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

Once made aware of the abusive practices of users, we purchased the rights of the email address back.
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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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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