Skip to content

Influence.in remains banned in India in 2022 for exposing india’s biggest domain ownership, financial fraud

Worldwide only a person paying the domain renewal fees is considered a domain investor. Only in India, the government agencies want a private citizen, single woman engineer having a very low business income to pay all the domain renewal fees, other online expenses for influence.in and other websites in the network and then falsely claims that their lazy greedy fraud employees like goan bhandari scammer sunaina chodan, siddhi mandrekar, stock trader amita patel, haryana mba hr ruchika kinge, other powerful government employees who do not pay any money for domains, own influence.in and other domains of a private citizen, to give these domain fraudsters great powers, monthly government salary and dupe companies, countries and people with their lies regarding domain ownership.
Domains are always available for sale, domain sales are regulaly reported at Daaz.com, Dan.com, Sedo.com yet the government employees, indian tech and internet companies refuse to purchase the domains, paying the market price. Instead they continue with their great domain ownership, financial fraud, making fake promises of domain purchase every year.

Additionally the liar tech and internet companies are falsely claiming that owning domains like influence.in is very lucrative, when the domain investor makes less than Rs 100 per year from influence.in despite using multiple ad networks, and domain renewal fees charged by Nixi/Inregistry alone are usually more than Rs 450 per year
While indian residents cannot view Influence, getting the message that it is blocked, the website is getting some visitors from outside India