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BlackHat Question About Registrars!

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by whitemarketer, Mar 16, 2012.

  1. whitemarketer

    whitemarketer Newbie

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    Hello Friends,
    Is there such registrar who will IGNORE Wipo and other similar organizations' notices?!
     
  2. ehinoze

    ehinoze Power Member

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    Whats wipo?
     
  3. whitemarketer

    whitemarketer Newbie

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    Wipo is an organization who carries out the process of taking the domain name from you when you break the copyright of any company, When you use any brand name in your domain name.

    p.s please check google for wipo , I just can't post url here.
     
  4. whitemarketer

    whitemarketer Newbie

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    Can this kind of service principally exist for top level tlds ?
     
  5. dichotom

    dichotom Elite Member

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    When it comes to .com, .net, .org ultimately there is no protection like you are wanting regardless of the registrar you use. In the end they are all controlled from the US. There are apparently some foreign tlds that you can get away with it on from what people have said here before.
     
  6. whitemarketer

    whitemarketer Newbie

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    Do you mean that in this case price doesn't matter?

    may be there is some registrar who gets some some fee for "protection" from WIPO and similar organizations??
     
  7. mmBob

    mmBob Newbie

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    Ignoring WIPO notices would cost a registrar its accreditation, so I doubt any will deliberately ignore it. You could try using a registrar in some 3rd world country in the hopes that their response time will be a bit slower, but ultimately they will take down your domain.
     
  8. whitemarketer

    whitemarketer Newbie

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    Can you recommend any "good" registrar in 3rd countries?