An e-mail to you or your business from Domain Services implies that your domain name may be expiring and that you may be in danger of not being able to be found on the web. The details about your contact information for your domain name may be out of date. They are offering to maintain your domain search engine information for one year for $75. This is an absolute scam. The company with whom you registered your domain name will contact you if your domain is going to expire in the near future.
The IRS is warning everyone of bogus e-mails that claim they are from the IRS stating that your payment has been rejected by the Electronic Federal Tax Payment System. The e-mail asks you to click on a link that may download malicious software and/or ask for personal information to steal your identity in a phishing scam. The IRS does not communicate with taxpayers by e-mail. For more information go to http://www.irs.gov/privacy/article/0,,id=179820,00.html.
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