What is dnh*domain/hosting az?

The credit card charge DNH*DOMAIN/HOSTING AZ was first recorded on April 19, 2014. It has been flagged as suspicious by our users.

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Mark on December 01, 2016

Had a Dnh*domain/hosting charge of R1331.35 charged to my card without me ever eben using the card!!! I haven't even opened the pin for it ... Very fraudulent!!~!

Chief on May 24, 2017


Laurie Hornsby on September 26, 2017

$53.25 pending charge on my bank account with no permission! Dont know where it came from

Laurie Hornsby on September 26, 2017

DNH Domaine hosting pending charge of 53.25 on my ccard with no permission!

Gary on October 11, 2017

Just got charged $230.00 from these people and then a refund of the same amount. I do not have a website of any kind. Never heard of them until today. Looks like a scam.

Heather Campbell-Smith on November 16, 2017

I have a charge of 119.97 on my card (pending) on Nov 14,2017 from DNH*DOMAIN/HOSTING. Never used this card for my past website with Go Daddy. Confirmed that Go Daddy has not billed me since 2016 via PAYPAL. Do not understand how my credit card info was received.

Chris on May 25, 2018

At first didn't recognize the charge as i don't deal with this company, but did renew my domains with thinkprofits.com. The amounts matched. All good.

Susan Fudge on July 24, 2018

Same here. Never authorized charge and can't get through on the phone. PLEASE contact the Arizona Better Business Bureau.

Anteonet on September 11, 2018

It seems my elderly mother's bank card was cloned and a 2x charges totalling R1216.38 was done. Definitely a scam, do not know how they get the info.

margot murphy on September 17, 2018

I just noticed an unauthorized charge of 151.06 from Aug 2017

Banele on October 11, 2018

I have just charged R139.52 for a purchase I have never asked for at DNH*DOMAIN HOSTING SRV480-6242 what wrong I hv never purchased anything

Jacquelyn K on October 12, 2018

DNH* is totally unscrupulous! They make false charges, double charges, have terrible service, and they trick people into overpaying for services such as email by not specifying the time period being billed (for exampe: I was charged for a 2 year period when I could have been paying monthly. They don't explain that). Also, forget about a refund: I was double-billed for a two year period and they refused to refund me any of it. I am reporting them to the FCC, FTC, Arizona Better Business Bureau & will be writing letters to PC Magazine and all of my Facebook friends to warn them! Oh, yes, and know that the company is actually GODaddy. Theives!

Total Scam Charge Appeared on US Bank Card today on November 19, 2018

Unauthorized user attempted a fraudulent charge on my account today. The credit card company sent me a notice that there was a charge without the card being present - voila - has the card cancelled ASAP. I live in Dallas, Texas

szabophoto.com on February 27, 2019

DNH Domain hosting charge in March 2018 $275.76. I just figured it was my regular hosting fee??

eddiesmama@shaw.ca on February 27, 2019

DNH just put a charge through (Feb/19) on our VISA. Vancouver Canada $431.64 ?????

Amanda on June 26, 2019

I just signed up to get my website domain thru Microsoft and charge is the same as they told me it would be. Took the rest of the money of the card tho so wouldn't get charged anything extra

David Bruner on July 04, 2019

called co number told them to cancel. 2nd time it showed up

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