Report

To initiate the reporting process for property theft, it is strongly advised to promptly engage with the appropriate law enforcement agency. Various local law enforcement agencies offer convenient online reporting options, while others may necessitate an in-person meeting with a law enforcement officer to formally document the incident. In cases involving stolen vehicles, it is imperative to promptly notify the local law enforcement agency regarding the theft.

For instances of internet crimes, the recommended course of action involves reporting the incident to the Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3). Notably, there is currently no designated official platform for reporting the theft of domain names. However, following the filing of a police report, individuals are encouraged to reach out to us, providing an opportunity to list the stolen domain name.

In the pursuit of domain name recovery services, consider exploring the comprehensive options detailed below under the section dedicated to Domain Names. Your cooperation in adhering to these procedures ensures a systematic and effective response to instances of property theft.

Stolen Vehicles

VINCheck┬« Lookup – https://www.nicb.org/vincheck

DIGITPOL – https://digitpol.com/stolen-car-database/

VinAudit – https://www.vinaudit.com/police-stolen-vehicle-database

National Insurance Crime Bureau NICB – https://www.nicb.org/

Internet Crimes

Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3) – https://www.ic3.gov/

Cyber Crime FBI – https://www.fbi.gov/investigate/cyber

Report a Crime USA.Gov resource – https://www.usa.gov/report-crime

Domain Names

Someone Stole My Domain Name: Here’s What You Do – https://www.billhartzer.com/domain-names/someone-stole-my-domain-name-heres-what-you-do/

DNAccess Domain Name Recovery Service – https://www.dnaccess.com/stolen-domain-recovery/

Hartzer Consulting Domain Name Theft Resource – https://www.hartzer.com/domain-name-theft/

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