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Final Notice of Domain Notification - (sample)

I received this unsolicited email from Domain Notice asking me to complete and return by fax a form regarding notification for my business address ( search engine subscriptions. Click the image on your left side to see the actual message. According to the email, this is a courtesy reminder to register my domain name search engine listing so my customers can locate me on the web. I guess I have to send them a post card.

This is why I have my domain name, I am using my email address @KING.NET to let them know how to get in touch with me.

And the email has this notice, it will expire on this date (today)! Laugh out load.

Google, Yahoo, MSN and other related search engine add your website for free. Why bother spending $75 for 1 year, $119 for 2 years, $199 for 5 years and $295 for 10 years.

Here's the link:
I always recommend the top 3 search engines for adding your website. Again, this is free and no need to spend your hard earned dollar for search engine. Go out and buy yourself a strawberry ice-cream for reading this blog.


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