Internet users browsing the unofficial website JebBush.com were redirected to Donald Trump's website. (Victoria M. Walker/The Washington Post)

Type in JebBush.com and you get ... redirected to Donald Trump?

Internet users first noticed Monday that a site that one might think leads users to information on the former Florida governor's presidential campaign is instead sending browsers to the site for the New York businessman, DonaldJTrump.com.

Nobody knows exactly who's involved. The site appears to be registered through an Australian firm that registers domain names, but information on the individual owner isn't available.

No matter who's responsible, this is yet another example of Trump outdoing Bush, whether he meant to or not.

"The campaign is not involved," Trump campaign spokeswoman Hope Hicks said in response to questions about the website redirect.

And Team Bush doesn't know what's up, either.

"We have focused on promoting our campaign’s website, jeb2016.com," Kristy Campbell, a Bush campaign spokeswoman, said in an email.

Bush's campaign website and logo both avoid using his last name — a subtle nod to the fact that despite the public pride for his family, it remains a liability with many voters.

This isn't the first time a website name has targeted Bush: Earlier this year, the Democratic National Committee launched JebWBush2016.com to call attention to how the GOP presidential candidate's policy positions mirror those of his brother, George W. Bush, the former president.

As The Daily Caller first noted, JebBushForPresident.com is a site run by a gay couple that writes about their life together. JebBushForPresident.net is an anti-Bush website.