Fraud Alert

Beware of fake websites! is warning prospective clients about unauthorized third parties/agents who may be posing as GCMS Notes service providers. These individuals may use’s name, logo, and website design to gain the trust of prospective clients and ask them to make a payment at an illegitimate domain. This phenomenon is referred to as Domain Imposter Fraud.

To avoid these scams, always type the URL of the website directly into your browser’s address bar. Instead of clicking on a link in an email or social media post, type into your browser’s address bar and press Enter. This will ensure that you are taken to the legitimate website.

Domain Imposter Fraud: What It Is and How to Protect Yourself

Domain imposter fraud is a type of scam where individuals create websites that look similar to legitimate ones. The goal is to trick users. For example, below are some domain names that are extremely close to and were created with the intent to confuse users.

  • gcmsnotes
  • cicgcmsnotes
  • mygcmsnotes
  • applygcmsnotes
  • findgcmsnotes
  • getgcmsnote

Domain imposter fraud is a growing problem, as it is relatively easy to register a domain name that is similar to a legitimate one. Additionally, fraudsters are becoming more sophisticated in their methods, and their websites can be very convincing.

Fraudsters can use domain imposter fraud not only to trick users to drive traffic to an illegitimate website but also to steal a variety of information, including your personal and financial information.

Once fraudsters have your personal information, they can use it to commit identity theft, fraud, and other crimes.

How to protect yourself from domain imposter fraud

There are a few things you can do to protect yourself from domain imposter fraud:

  • Be careful when clicking on links in emails or social media posts. If you are unsure about the legitimacy of a link, do not click on it.
  • Hover over links before clicking on them to see the actual URL. If the URL does not match the website you expect to be taken to, do not click on it.
  • Type in the URL of the website you want to visit directly into your browser’s address bar. This is the safest way to avoid being redirected to a fake website.

By following these tips, you can help protect yourself from domain imposter fraud.

If you think you may have been a victim of domain imposter fraud, you should immediately contact the company or organization that was impersonated. Please forward us any information that you suspect may be from fake websites. We take any attempts to fraudulently use our brand very seriously.