New gTLD Domain Name Spam Emails

In just a few hours I got 2 different emails from people or companies trying to sell me .uno and .xyz New gTLD domains. That is excluding all the registrars that are sending me 10s of New gTLD related emails every day. And that is on top of the usual emails trying to sell me a great *****, ***.asia or this premium (example) domain that they got yesterday.

The irony is that it was for 2 New gTLD, .uno and .xyz, that I have publicly spoken about. And what I said was not good:
1. New gTLD Ranking – Domain name registrations and overall domain investing potential
2. Is .Uno The First Cybersquatting Registry? (,,
3. auction ends at $8,100 at Namejet but no one has to pay – #bullshit

The first was trying to sell me It was written in Spanish that I don’t understand and they cc the email to every single person owning a casting related domain name. Of course I can see the email addresses of all the other people and they can see mine. So it only proper that I post all their email addresses: and and By the way I don’t own any .uno domains and I won’t be buying any. Thanks

The second was from the .xyz registry itself. I wonder how they got my email address. (I don’t think I have ever contacted them.) It is not hard to find but I have to wonder. In short they say is the next .com, they expect 1 million registrations by year 1 and I should register all my domains in .xyz too. I highlighted my favorite parts:

I wanted to personally invite you to register,, and the rest of your portfolio in the truly generic and flexible .xyz namespace between now and June 2. With over one million .xyz domain name registrations expected in the first year, I want to ensure that you are able to take advantage of our priority Landrush registration period to not only protect your investment, but also leverage the Generation XYZ community we are cultivating to connect with the next generation of internet users.

Recently featured on VentureBeat and NPR’s Morning Edition, .xyz was highlighted as the next .com. As an innovative new website platform, .xyz gives individuals and businesses a unique and affordable channel to connect with their audience all over the world using a cohesive web presence ending with .xyz. In other words, this is an opportunity for you to secure short and recognizable premium .xyz domain names before they are offered to the general public on a first-come-first-served basis.

We are working very closely with a number of registrars to promote .xyz to the world. I recommend you speak to your registrar about this opportunity, or let me know if you would like me to facilitate an introduction.

You can read more about .xyz in our articles on Quartz or CNET, or visit our site Please do not hesitate to contact me if you have any questions about .xyz or the registration process.


About Konstantinos Zournas

I studied Computer Engineering and Computer Science in London, UK and I am now living in Athens, Greece. I went online in 1995, started coding in 1996 and began buying domain names and creating websites in 2000. I started the blog in 2012.


  1. My guess is they are scrapping whois data, and aggressively using free email marketing as one avenue to market their extension in the glut of .anything type domains.

  2. I got it also, I assume I got this email because I registered these words in .today:

    “I wanted to personally invite you to register,, and the rest of your portfolio in the truly generic and flexible .xyz namespace”

  3. Here is the only one I want lol:

  4. It is registry reserved. LOL.

    Registrant Name:Domain Administrator
    Registrant, LLC
    Registrant Street1:2121 E Tropicana Ave Suite #2
    Registrant City:Las Vegas
    Registrant State/Province:NV
    Registrant Postal Code:89119
    Registrant Country:US
    Registrant Phone:+1.8009998422
    Registrant Fax:+1.7023578299

  5. Just received one from Dotster (have account/zero domains) and (have account/1-2 domains). Both have unsubscribe links.

  6. Same here, got an email from .xyz registry and one from noktadomains.

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