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Can I turn a .com domain name into bulletproof?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Aare, Aug 22, 2009.

  1. Aare

    Aare Registered Member

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    Hi,

    Can anyone suggest a method or service provider that would help me turn an allready registered .com domain into BP. I need a domain registrar that wouldnt care about complaint emails and who wouldnt take the domain away. Also total whois cover up.

    Let me know.
     
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    whois privacy don't care about complaints lol they forwarding you them lol :)
     
  3. Aare

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    I dont undrestand anything of what you just said.
     
  4. Aare

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    If I insert fake contacts to whois then they will take the domain away, the contacts have to be correct. Usual domiansbyproxy whois protection isnt enough. I need a company or an individual who can offer complete anonimity and I need to transfer the domain into that service provider account.
     
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    use google translator my friend if isn't so hard ... :tee:

    who told you that :)? I have LOADS of domains registered even with names like joe doe :) or mark the great :) , actually ... depend about what you are looking to do with the domain ....
     
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    Yes a trademarked one, with a possible lawsuit If I dont take it down. I'll figure something out, thanks.