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Can I find all of someones websites using WhoIs?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by chunker, Mar 26, 2009.

  1. chunker

    chunker Newbie

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    Hey people,

    Sorry if this is in the wrong place. I need to find all the websites this guy owns. I know one of his, I have done a whois, but I cant see from there the other domains that he has.

    This dude ripped me off.
     
  2. megabump

    megabump Registered Member

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    domaintools.com is a good place to start
     
  3. chunker

    chunker Newbie

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    Thats cool but you have to pay...... Are there any places I can find it for free?:D
     
  4. Patrat

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    You have to pay its the only way that I know. DomainTools.com is your best bet. You have to pay for the report but the person who ripped you off prob used fake info anyway as we all do. If not he has prob done it via domains via proxy.

    State how he ripped you off - the situation at hand and you may find someone here to help you. Usually the furthest it will go is you submitting an article to scam.com etc. I would just say goodbye to your money and move on.
     
  5. chunker

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    Well I was an idiot. I trusted him in a joint venture and he didn't pay up.

    He hasnt used fake info, I can see from domaintools.com that he has 5 domains.

    I am going to try and find out if he has a socialbookmarking account that he has used for all his sites.
     
  6. Patrat

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    Yes but he could be using a pen name also. Did you have a JV contract, was it signed, did you have a legally binding contract? If not you have lost your money. This is why I never do joint ventures with unknown people/someone you never meet etc.

    My advice do a JV always with someone well known and looked upon as an expect. Someone thats superior to you in the field. Do a JV and use their resources like lists etc and you take a far less cut, give them 80% and you take 20% or 70/30. I always do it this way and profit more.