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Thursday, October 07, 2021

Adicator Scam Reviews BeAware WARNING

Adicator Scam Reviews

Be aware of these scammers!

TINA PANAHI Scam Reviews

301-220 Brew Street,
Port Moody, BC V3H 0H6

1 (604) 200 8200
1 (604) 200 6200


Don't make a big mistake by doing business with Adicator.

Adicator will register your business domain name under their account, which will technically make them the owner of your domain. If you ever want to transfer your domain at any point in the future, they will ignore your calls and messages, leaving you stranded.

The biggest problem people make is they don't register the domain name themselves. Instead, they get others to do it for them. Remember to register the domain yourself because when you get someone else to do it for you, they will technically become its owner and hijack the domain name.

Your domain is your website. It's something that all your customers remember, which is listed on your business card and flyer. It's not something that you can easily change if you have to change your domain name. It's the same thing as starting a new company again from the start.

You will have to make new business cards using your new domain website, new flyers, build your Google listing again, and create new social media accounts. Everything you worked hard for will go to nothing!

How do they benefit from hijacking the domain? Here are some of the ways they could benefit, including but not limited to:

1. They can commit extortion by blackmailing you at any time. They can ask for thousands of dollars in exchange for transferring the domain to your account.

2. They can sell the domain name to one of your competitors. Some competitors pay a lot of money just to buy competitor domains to redirect the traffic to their website by stealing all your traffic and customers.


A client of ours registered their domain with Adicator before. They found a much better company with better quality service and lower prices. When they wanted to transfer the domain away from Adicator, Adicator kept ignoring the customer's calls and messages.

We took over the matter by contacting Adicator ourselves. A person named AMIR CALAHAN answered the phone and identified himself as the owner of the business. We spoke with him very nicely and advised him we were calling on behalf of our client. AMIR CALAHAN suddenly became very rude, and he said, "I don't care who the f*** you are, have the client contact us directly." I advised him to watch his language and informed him that the client has been trying to reach him for several months and got no reply from them as they've been ignoring all his calls and messages. He then hung up on me.

AMIR CALAHAN is disappointed that he's losing his business. If Amir's prices were reasonable and the service was good, there is no reason why someone would want to switch from Adicator to a different company.

We believe that Adicator should be called "A Dictator" instead because their business truly reflects this kind of behavior.

Save your company, save your website domain name, and stay away from Adicator!

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