Alert : Cache of 115 LLL .com domains stolen from their owner

Warning: Stolen domain.

Warning: Stolen domains.

In what appears to be the largest theft of three letter .com domains ever, a cache of 115 LLL .coms were reported stolen from their owner.

Domain investor, Qiang Du, who is a California resident, lost control to the valuable domain portfolio, after his AOL email account was compromised.

The list of LLL .com domains was offered for sale by an impostor, who created the email address “qiangcdu@gmail.com” and began contacting domain brokers, offering these domains cheaply.

Normally, owner Qiang Du seeks six figures for such domains, which triggered the suspicion of experienced domain broker, James Booth, sharing this information about the brazen domain theft.

The list of LLL .com domains that were reported stolen is as follows:

bqg.com
brj.com
cjz.com
cny.com
ddp.com
dfl.com
djl.com
dqc.com
fqc.com
fql.com
fqt.com
ftq.com
fzk.com
fzn.com
gjp.com
gjy.com
gzk.com
hbj.com
hhl.com
hxg.com
hyg.com
hzk.com
hzp.com
hzt.com
hzx.com
jnc.com
jqx.com
jwq.com
jxz.com
kgq.com
kgx.com
kjx.com
klq.com
kpj.com
kpy.com
kqg.com
kql.com
kqr.com
krw.com
ksz.com
ktq.com
kwj.com
kwq.com
kwz.com
kxb.com
kxh.com
kxj.com
lgz.com
mzc.com
ncj.com
njy.com
njz.com
nqg.com
nqy.com
nzg.com
pqp.com
pzq.com
qdz.com
qhm.com
qrd.com
qsd.com
qwc.com
qwg.com
qzj.com
rby.com
snq.com
sry.com
szj.com
tsj.com
txh.com
tyl.com
wfk.com
wfz.com
wkc.com
wqc.com
wqf.com
wqg.com
wqh.com
wqj.com
wqk.com
wqx.com
wqy.com
wxg.com
wyc.com
wzb.com
xdg.com
xfg.com
xjg.com
xjl.com
xqt.com
xtd.com
xws.com
xzg.com
xzl.com
ydw.com
ygr.com
yjg.com
yjt.com
ylc.com
ynj.com
yrd.com
yrj.com
ywj.com
yxk.com
yxl.com
zhg.com
zkg.com
znp.com
zpc.com
zpw.com
zpz.com
zqm.com
zrc.com
zty.com
zxs.com

There might be more domains that are stolen, which are not LLL .coms.

The stolen domains were all at Moniker, and their current WHOIS info has changed to Privacy.

The thief has changed most of them to point to zero click landers, some of which might lead to web pages serving malware; we do not advise you to visit these domain names.

We will update this post if there are any further developments. Many thanks to James Booth for reporting this domain theft.


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Comments

2 Responses to “Alert : Cache of 115 LLL .com domains stolen from their owner”
  1. Milan says:

    Literally this is over $5M, not petty theft anymore

  2. brad says:

    This is over $10MM!!
    However, I don’t believe this this is a theft.
    If the domains were stolen they should do it by PUSHING the domains to another Moniker account, since it’s still there.
    And if they really were stolen the owner would have got them back the same way if he notifies Moniker asap,
    like I did several years ago…. How easyyy!!

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