30 May '17, 1pm

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, which is owned by Job.com, Inc. of Fredericksburg Virginia and founded in 2001 according to Crunchbase , has had some movements in whois. The registrant has changed to Xie Changzai of Fujian China and the email address of [email protected] . That email address is not associated with any other domain names and I wasn’t able to see any reports about Job.com, Inc. selling. Based on whois history, the last time the domain name was updated in whois was November 15, 2011. The website resolves as it did prior but for some reason this movement is suspicious to me. The domain is registered at eNom and I am attempting to contact the company for confirmation.

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