Anyone else getting messages on their website from a go domain world? They say I need to take immediate action to pay for something I never signed up for.

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Triblu Premium
Hey Aaron,

Seeing as you have already been helped with your question here, I have only one tidbit to offer you and that is a video: to help you determine this in the future.

Hope you find this helpful.
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AaronGriffin Premium
Thanks for the tip
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ChrystopherJ Premium
It is definitely a SCAM and therefore SPAM as no domain registrar would ever leave you a comment on your website. They would email you directly.
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AaronGriffin Premium
Thank you for your answer. I already marked it as spam. It just seemed strange and had all these links which I did not click.
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AbieAJ Premium
I always go to the main, if you cannot find a main and there's no dealings with the specific party, I'd say ignore.

lLots going round this time of year or since pandemic started.

Best wishes.
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AaronGriffin Premium
Thank you for the answer. I'm going to try to find the main source.
Have a great day 😊
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GeoffreyC1 Premium
Your title, this could be a scam. What are you referring to. It certainly couldn't be WA if you are here and see what it's all about. So let me know what the scam is please.
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AaronGriffin Premium
I never said anything about Wealthy Affiliate. If you read my message, it says "has anyone received a message on their website from a go domain world dot com? I am a member of wealthy affiliate and have been for 3 years. I got a weird message on my comments on a blog. It is telling me I have to pay for some service I never signed up too or my website will be no longer valid. I am just wondering if anyone else has received this message.
Thanks.
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LauraFuller Premium
Oh my, I never thought you were calling WA a scam. In no way shape or form.

Laura
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GeoffreyC1 Premium
Lol that message is completely different to what I read the last time. I think there must have been some error in the messages. That is extremely weird. As I would not have written that had I read what is there now!!!

No I've never heard of them. I thought you were calling WA!!!
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Eugene Premium
I agree with you Geoffrey. At the beginning it looked like is WA that was a scam.
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AaronGriffin Premium
Oh. My comment was not directed at you at all. Lol the gentleman before your comment, I think believes I was referring to WA. I could be wrong tho. Punctuation and simply reading comments can be confusing sometimes. Lol
Thanks again for your answer earlier.
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AaronGriffin Premium
Maybe I worded it incorrectly. I wasn't referring to WA one bit. I'm a member and I am doing well here. Been with WA for 3 years already.
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GeoffreyC1 Premium
No nothing to do with your wording, I read a different message.
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LauraFuller Premium
I know it wasn’t directed at me. Just supporting you. But looks like it was all a mistake and cleared up now.

Laura
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AaronGriffin Premium
Lol. No worries, I think I worded it strange and I got my answer. I definitely think the message I got was a scam trying to get me to buy something or steal my information. Hey, all the best to you :)
Aaron G.
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LauraFuller Premium
I haven’t gotten that one but many like it. It smells like a scam to me. I would spam it and ignore it.

Laura
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AaronGriffin Premium
Thank you Laura for responding. I have marked it as spam.
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