Lawsuit says three three-number domain names were stolen from an eNom account.
A federal lawsuit alleges that the domain names 224.com, 605.com and 452.com have been stolen.
Ian Andrew of Traffic Names, Ltd filed an in rem action (pdf) against the domain names in U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia.
Traffic Names alleges that it is the rightful owner of the domain names and that they were stolen from its eNom domain name registrar account.
According to the suit, the plaintiff became aware of the theft after one of the domains was listed for sale. The thief allegedly tried to sell 605.com through 4.cn, and 4.cn noticed the recent domain name ownership change. The company contacted Traffic Names to make the company aware.