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Uniregistry: All is well, so please verify your email address

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Uniregistry.

Uniregistry sent out an email to its users yesterday, seeking confirmation of the recipient’s email address.

While that email did not address the recipients by First+Last name as every valid email from Uniregistry does, the message’s validity was confirmed later.

In a follow-up email, the necessity to verify email addresses was explained:

You recently received an email from Uniregistry with the Subject Line: Uniregistry Email Address Verification. The email requested that you verify the email address we have on file for you via a link. Please note that the email is legitimate but it may have been confusing. This was not our intent.

We are auditing the email addresses we have on file and are requesting that our customers verify their email address. Please accept our sincere apologies for any confusion this may have caused.

As a reminder all emails sent from Uniregistry have the following language in the email header:

โ€œReal Uniregistry email will always use the name and information you provided in your Account Profile Settings. Please keep this information accurate and up to date.โ€

We hope this clarifies our previous email.

Best Regards,

Uniregistry Customer Support

Recently, Moniker started seeking phone verification of accounts from certain countries that are prone to fraud. The email confirmation by Uniregistry is a requirement in order to maintain communication with the domain registrant accounts.


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2 Responses to “Uniregistry: All is well, so please verify your email address”
  1. SpamAndScam says:

    I wrote back explaining i do not click on links in email …….never

  2. Francois says:

    Like anyone I already verified my emails when I signed at Uniregistry so I seen no reason to verify again.
    For this reason I deducted it was simply phishing and put these emails into the trashcan.
    If these emails were really coming from Uniregistry then I think they have not been well inspired acting this way:
    The best solution was the next time the customer will log in to tell him to verify his email address again so the customer is sure the verification demand is real and secure.

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