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ZML.com : Domain seized by ICE contains video about counterfeit goods

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ZML.com, a premium “Chinese letters” LLL .com domain is in the hands of Homeland Security Investigations (ICE).

The domain was seized in 2010, long before the Chinese mania for domains without vowels or the letter “V” started.

Prices for such letters have skyrocketed since, although in recent weeks they have fallen back substantially.

Back in the day, ZML.com was a source of pirated movies, and due to its popularity in the past, it serves as an educational portal about counterfeit goods.

Sounds like a great way to waste a three letter .com domain name!

Although the homepage displays the standard ICE message about a seized web site, a few seconds later it forwards to the following video.


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One Response to “ZML.com : Domain seized by ICE contains video about counterfeit goods”
  1. Jamie Zoch says:

    To note, as mentioned on DotWeekly… the domain did expire and was later renewed by ICE.

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