Domain name businesses ordered to pay $2 million for "misleading and deceptive" correspondence

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Domain name businesses ordered to pay $2 million for "misleading and deceptive" correspondence
The Federal Court of Australia has ordered two domain name registration companies to pay a combined $1.95 million for attempting to dupe Australian customers into buying new domain names by issuing deceptive 'renewal' invoices. The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) ...

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